After seeing how to get rid of this bloatware on our Android device, today we speak of a guide on how to block the processes in the background of any application on Android 7.0 and 7.1 Nougat; the best part is that all this can be done without root permissions .
As we all know, especially when we install many applications on our smartphone, it can happen that some of these consume battery unnecessarily because of background processes (someone said Facebook?). It seems that Google is working on the problem with the new version of Android, the O, but before it arrives on our non-Nexus devices / Pixel will still take several months (if you get there).
If you have Android onboard Nougat (regardless of version), the procedure in question, that you should follow carefully to avoid damage or trouble, you can also manually stop the running in the background of the application processes.
The procedure is described in Italian , and you can find it in our forum following the link at the bottom here: we remind you that everything is done at your own risk, neither the author nor the guide TuttoAndroid assume responsibility for any damage.