Tips & Tricks

5 Fool-Proof Tips To Boost Your Samsung’s Battery Life

Is your Samsung phone’s battery life a problem for you? Don’t worry, since we’re here to help! To get more life out of your Android device’s battery, here are the best ways to do it: 

Switch To The Dark Side

If your phone has an OLED screen, it will aid in battery conservation. Because OLED screens do not require a backlight, rich blacks are achieved by turning off individual pixels. As a result, using a dark theme reduces the amount of power required to light up your phone screen, conserving battery life.

Background Apps Are Your Enemies

Even after you exit most apps, they remain active. That’s where Android’s app-specific battery management features come in.

You can prevent an app from accessing the battery in the background with a simple switch. This can be found by going to Settings > Apps & Notifications and then tapping Advanced > Battery > Background restriction on the relevant app’s page.

Disable Google Assistant

Google Assistant is a voice-activated assistant that helps you get things done. It watches for a wake command like “Hey Google.” It does, however, necessitate constant listening for the wake command, which consumes more battery power.

To find it, you’ll have to jump through a few hoops. To begin, open the Google app > Select the More option > Tap Settings > Tap Settings again under the Google Assistant title > Select the Assistant tab next, then at the bottom of the list, hit your phone’s name. 

And voilà! You’re done when you turn off the Google Assistant option.

Delete Unused Accounts

If you have numerous accounts on your Android smartphone, you can quickly deplete your battery life as each account syncs data from the internet, such as contacts, email, images, and more. 

Removing irrelevant accounts will also help you cut down on the amount of data you consume on your phone. However, if you don’t want to delete these accounts, you can disable auto-sync for them as a workaround. 

Turn It Off From Time To Time 

This is the most basic, but keep in mind that your smartphone is also a computer if you want to get the most out of its battery. It lowers your personal radiation exposure, increases the battery life of your phone, lowers energy usage, and extends the total lifespan of your phone.

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