I use my iPad exclusively to control Roon via my Nucleus. More often than I care to admit, I lean the iPad on the floor against my chair and forget to put it to sleep. The next day its battery is dead and I have to recharge it yet again.
Is there a way to set Roon to automatically put my iPad screen to sleep after its been idle for several minutes. It will automatically go to sleep if I leave it on any other screen, but as I’ve said, I only use my iPad to control Roon.
what ipad? this happens once in a while for me too, but when it wakes back up, it returns to the same album. it happens far less on an ipad pro with more ram … ios boots things out of memory far less often when it has ram to spare
Samsung is notoriously bad for reusing model names on multiple products, but there are 4 products named the Tab S2. The best are from 4 years ago, the worst from 5 years ago. they all have 3GB ram, which should be more than enough for Roon (by a lot). If they are dumping Roon from memory, it means Android is being overly aggressive since it is expecting you to be using many apps. Try closing out (fully dismissing) most apps and see what happens… or if you are visiting the web browser, close out all your tabs. It might help.
As for the One Plus 5, it should have no issues… want to try the same thing and report back? try to take a video with another phone of what you are talking about exactly as well… maybe something else is going on…
@danny it happens definitely the more apps that are running, but this is still annoying. Other apps that are running don’t have to do this and they are also server based like Roon. Plex for one once opened never needs to reconnect regardless of how many apps are running. Is Roon that taxing on the os it needs to be closed or be disconnected?