So I have been dealing with this for months, but it has just gotten worse and exhausting. I have to constantly restart Syncthing manually on Android 8.0, every now and then. And when I check back if a folder is synced, it’s just to notice that Syncthing had been killed (a few minutes/hours) before. So I am constantly restarting a service that is supposed to run on background, and it almost never keep running for more than 10 minutes.
When I disconnect from wifi and reconnect, it doesn’t start automatically in background anymore, like it did before. I even tried an automation app to start it when on a wifi, but it was a bit cumbersome.
Syncthing was running fine on Lollipop, started doing this on Nougat and got nearly unusable on Marshmallow. Don’t know how things will go on Android P.
I’ve double- or triple-checked all the settings: disabled battery optimization disabled on Android, tried every single settings combination on Syncthing (wifi only or not, charging only or not, background/foreground, experimental features etc.), to no avail.
I’d just like it to run continuously in background.
Help, please. HELP.