When installing some apps on standard Android (non-rooted) phones, I have mixed results on them automatically starting up on boot. On some phones (or android versions?) it will work perfectly ok (reboot phone and the app is started up automatically), while others they are not.
Example: Linphone. This is a VOIP App , and thus quite annoying to have to manually boot.
Conversations is another example, but this one has a special setting that allows you to “force” it start on every boot.
So I wonder 1.- Is there any generic way to force an app to start on boot (I remember some time ago there was an app called autostarts here in f-droid, but now it’s gone)? By generic I mean not relying on any special configuration of the app to force it.
2.- What is different from the f-droid Version as opposed to the Play Version of this app where it does start on boot?
Thanks in advance.