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5 Simple Ways To Save Battery Power On Your Samsung Phone [Easy Guide]

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The majority of people are pretty much concerned about how fast their phone’s battery drains and these people are usually Samsung and iPhone users. So in this article, be showing you some sneaky tricks to make your phone’s battery power last longer with some extra juice to keep you going.

1. Use Power Saving Mode.

Use Power Saving Mode

It’s as simple as it sounds. Just go to your Settings >> Battery and Device Care >> Battery >> Power Saving Mode. You won’t see the difference after turning this on but this feature here reduces background network usage, syncing, and location checking is limited. This also limits the CPU speed to 70% and decreases your phone’s overall brightness by 10%.

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2. Find Out Which Of Your Apps Is Draining Your Battery The Most.

Find Out Which Of Your Apps Is Draining Your Battery The Most

In this setting, you can find seldom-used apps that are unnecessarily draining your battery even though you are not using them. Go to Settings >> Battery and Device Care >> Battery >> Tap on the chart you see above.

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3. Turn off Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and Location.

Turn off Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and Location

Leaving these features on can drain your precious battery in an unthinkable way. It drains your battery power by constantly searching for a connection. The simple way to turn them off is by sliding down your Quick Panel and tapping the Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and Location symbols.

4. Reduce Your Phone’s Brightness.

Reduce Your Phone’s Brightness.

Reducing your phone’s brightness makes the display easy to look at and one of the best ways to save your battery life. You can do this by just sliding down the Quick Panel from the top and then sliding the brightness bar to the left to reduce the brightness.

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5. Check How Hot or Cold Your Phone Is.

Extreme temps make your phone work harder to perform and can drain your battery life in doing so. The best temperature to use your device is between 32 and 95 degrees Fahrenheit for it to operate best.

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