There is a time when the phone Android It no longer feels like new and you should review the settings to save battery. It is true that it will depend on the use you give to the cell phone, but there are some adjustments that you can make so that the device has greater autonomy without so many deprivations on the way.
In case you have a cell phone Android made by Samsung, there is a very useful tool to save battery. You have to go to Settings and then choose the option “Device care”. There you will have to select the “Optimize now” button. That will cause the system to close the apps that are running in the background and save energy for what matters.
another solution in Samsung is to put apps to “sleep”, which ensures that they don’t run in the background when you’re not using them. This means they won’t receive notifications or updates, which helps prevent these features from draining your phone’s battery. However, sleeping apps may run in the background if you start using them again.
If you don’t want sleeping apps to work in the background, you can put them into “deep sleep”. This option allows applications to work in the background only when you have them open and prevents them from resuming their activity.
You must follow the following path: Settings > Device care > Battery > App power management. There you will have a menu to put to sleep the applications that you do not use. Choose Sleeping Apps to manually put apps to sleep when they are not used frequently.
The last resort is third party apps like AccuBattery Y Greenify.
AccuBattery measures battery usage over time and allows you to look for any degradation. It can alert you when your battery is full or let you set the battery to charge just under 100 percent.
Meanwhile, Greenify lets you force apps to hibernate (regardless of whether they want to), saving you from unwanted battery drain.
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