How to Save Samsung HP Batteries So that Use Can Take Longer
Gadgetren – It’s no secret that most cellphones nowadays are generally equipped with very large batteries so they can be relied on when doing activities in everyday life.
Apart from that, a number of manufacturers are also equipping their cellphones with an increasingly better power management system. The goal is for their devices to strike a balance between performance and power consumption.
Even though it is equipped with a large capacity battery and an increasingly better management system, unfortunately that does not mean that today’s cellphones are perfect. Still, there are some of us who will feel the device runs out of power quickly.
How do we use the device so that the settings that are applied will greatly affect this. Not to mention, the storage capacity of cellphone batteries will continue to decrease over time.
Luckily, there are a number of tips and tricks we can use to save battery consumption when using cellphones made by Samsung. Some of them are as follows.
How to Save Samsung Mobile Battery
Restricting Apps Behind the Scenes
- Enter page Settings
- Go to settings Battery and device care
- Select the menu Battery
- Click settings for Background usage limits
- Enable option Put unused apps to sleep
- Open the menu Sleeping apps or Deep sleeping apps
- Tap the button Add (ikon +)
- Select the app you want to restrict
- Tap Add one more time
Limiting applications running in the background can be the first step if we want to save cellphone battery. In addition, this step can reduce the workload of the device so that it can run more smoothly.
Removing Unused Applications
- Open Settings
- Enter page Apps
- Find and select the application that you want to remove
- Tap the button Uninstall
In addition to limiting services running in the background, it’s a good idea to consider removing applications that are rarely or no longer used. This step can certainly be more effective in reducing the workload of the device.
It’s just that for Samsung’s default applications, we probably won’t find the Uninstall option because it doesn’t support it. We can also choose a button Disable to disable it alternatively.
Take advantage of Dark Mode
- Visit page Settings
- Enter the menu Display
- Tap an option Dark on the top menu
Changing the theme to dark can also be a step to save Samsung cellphone battery usage. Especially if we use a device with an AMOLED type panel because it actually turns off the backlight when displaying black.
Disabling WiFi, Bluetooth, Location and NFC When Not In Use
- Drag the status bar down to open Quick Panel
- Tap the icon WiFi, Bluetooth, Locationand NFC if it is active
Turning off WiFi, Bluetooth, Location, and NFC can also reduce the level of power consumption on a cellphone. Scanning or tracking carried out by some of these features can certainly be one of the reasons why the device’s battery can be drained.
Turn off the Nearby Device Scanner
- Enter to Settings
- Open the settings menu Connections
- Click a section More connection settings
- Turn off the option Nearby device scanning
Going further, we can also turn off support for nearby device scanners. This feature is no less useful because it will periodically search for other devices such as earphones but it will drain the battery a little.
Reduce the Screen Brightness Level
- Open the menu Quick Panel like the steps above
- Slide the brightness setting to the left
- Make sure the brightness is still enough to see the screen display
Saving battery usage on Samsung mobile phones can also be done by reducing the screen brightness level. The higher the problem the more it requires a bright backlight or LED which requires more power.
Lowering the Refresh Rate Setting
- Enter settings Display like the previous steps
- Click the menu Motion smoothness
- Change settings to Standard
Several middle and upper Samsung cellphones are equipped with high refresh rate settings to pamper users. Unfortunately, you have to sacrifice power consumption because it will make the device even more wasteful.
Changing the refresh rate setting to standard, either from adaptive or high, can certainly be a solution for this. On cellphones made by Samsung, we can follow the steps above to do this.
Changing Screen Resolution
- Go to settings Display from the page Settings
- Tap the menu Screen resolution
- Change settings to HD+
The screen to a high resolution can also make a cellphone’s power consumption even more wasteful. On a number of cellphones made by Samsung, fortunately we can set the settings to HD + even though the image display will be a bit sacrificed.
Turn off the Always-on Display (AOD) Feature
- Enter page Settings
- Tap the settings menu Lock screen
- Turn off the option Always On Display
Always-on Display is one of the features offered by Samsung on a number of its devices. Although it can make it easier for us to check a number of activities such as notifications, clock and battery percentage, it requires power to keep the screen on.
To save battery usage on Samsung cellphones, we can turn off this feature. We can also change the settings to options show for 10 seconds by knocking Always On Display in the settings menu Lock screen as another solution.
Turn on the Power Saving Feature
- Page access Battery and device care from Settings
- Enter the menu Battery
- Turn on the button Power saving
- Tap on the option to make advanced settings
Taking advantage of the power-saving feature of Samsung’s battery management can also be the next solution. But keep in mind that some features and device support will be limited when we activate this option.
We can even manage delimiters further. For example, setting the maximum CPU speed to 70 percent, turning off the Always-on Display, lowering the brightness to 10 percent, limiting applications and the main screen.