The most common reason for this is that you have enabled the accessibility shortcut when you enabled accessibility services and the service is being turned off by accident. Go back to your accessibility screen and make sure the accessibility shortcut is to the off position. (left)
Xiamoi devices might also need to disable the MIUI optimization under developer options. Once you find your MIUI optimization make sure the switch is to the off position. (left)
Xiamoi devices (or devices that use MIUI) may also need to whitelist the app for auto start. You should be able to find this under settings -> apps -> permission -> autostart and make sure the app is listed there.
While not wide-spread, some Android devices experience issues where the Accessibility services that allow apps to "talk" to each other in the background keeps shutting off intermittently.
This is a bug within Android itself and impacts any apps that use Accessibility services to perform specialized tasks - not just the Maxymo app.
The most common reasons for shutting down your device are:
- Google playstore/services were updated
- The device had a software update
- The device ran low on battery
- The device ran low on memory
- The Drivers Utility Helper app updated
- The device ran clean-up and disabled the service
- There was a crash from the app and the service could not be restarted
So while we can’t fix the bug in Android’s code, if you have one of the affected devices and have noticed that the Maxymo accessibility service occasionally disables itself, the solution below typically fixes the problem.
Step 1: Reenable accessibility services on your device
- On your device, open Settings > Accessibility > (installed services if there)
- Scroll until you find Maxymo.
- Toggle Accessibility to Off and then On again (it may show as on but could still be disabled).
- Restart your device