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Was the device assigned to a child? Is the currently used App shown in the notification area by TimeLimit? Does TimeLimit show that a permission is missing? Some smartphones have got power saving features which terminate Apps running in the background (like TimeLimit) or prevent the autostart. You can find informations about the power saving features at https://dontkillmyapp.com/. If you disabled thee optimizations for TimeLimit, then you should not allow accessing this configuration Apps.
After setup, some Apps are added automatically to the allowed Apps. Depending on the device, more Apps must be allowed to use some features like telephony. You can check that by trying to use these features and adding the required features to the allowed Apps at the lockscreen of TimeLimit.
You should not allow preinstalled Task-Managers, system boosters, ... because they could allow killing TimeLimit. If such Apps were downloaded later, they are not a problem because they have got lesser permissions then preinstalled Apps.
Allowing to access the system settings is no problem in most cases.
Send a crash report if you are asked for it and please send a message to the support where you tell what you did to trigger the crash.
This is often caused by older phones, which wrongly report that the usage stats access was granted.
Open the device entry in TimeLimit, tap on "usage stats access" and enable TimeLimit in the list.
Regular in app purchases are used. You can use any payment method which is supported there. If you don't want to enter your payment method, you can use a Google Play gift card. These are available at many stores.
To detect if your child circumvents TimeLimit, you can enable the device admin permission. To circumvent TimeLimit, it's required to disable this permission and this disabling is logged by TimeLimit.
Another technique is to create a new system user or use the guest mode. You can prevent this by deleting the guest account, creating a new account for the child and setting a password for the primary account.
It is better if your child agrees with TimeLimit and the chosen rules. If this is not the case, get in touch with the support.
Open TimeLimit and select the tab "uninstall". Confirm that you want to uninstall TimeLimit. Then, TimeLimit is disabled and you can remove it.
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