How to Save Battery Power on the Samsung Galaxy S6

How To Save Battery PowerSamsung Galaxy S6 is equipped with plenty of high-quality technology, which of course consumes much battery power.

how to save battery power on galaxy s6

How to Save Battery Power on Galaxy S6

If you don’t like to charge your smartphone so often, you can read on this posting of how to save battery power on the Samsung Galaxy S6.

  1. Switch off unnecessary features on the Samsung Galaxy S6
    When you turn on, such as: GPS, Bluetooth, NFC, Wi-Fi, of course they consume a lot of battery power. So, it’s better for you to switch off the features that you don’t need. To do this, pull down the status bar on the Samsung Galaxy S6 and switch off the functions via the shortcut.
    You can save a lot of electricity need during this deactivation for the following features:
    –    Wi-Fi
    –    Bluetooth
    –    GPS
    –    Rotate Screen
    –    Gestures
    –    NFC
    –    Smart Stay
    –    SmartScroll
  2. Turn off the apps that you don’t use
    On your Samsung Galaxy S6, actually you can use the Android Assistant app that you can download from the Google Play Store. If you have downloaded and installed the app, you can notice the apps that drain your battery. Tap on “Processes” to view the processes that are currently running.
    After that, from the home screen navigate your Galaxy S6 into Menu > Settings > Applications > Application  Manager > tab “All”. After that, search the app that is considered as the electricity draining on your Samsung Galaxy S6.
    Disable the app by tapping the Application Manager on the corresponding entry, and then tap on “Disable” button. Now, the app is now disabled and no longer active.
  3. Turn the Galaxy S6 into the GSM mode
    Switching your Galaxy S6 from the automatic or automatic LTE mode to GSM mode will help in saving your Galaxy S6 battery.
    To turn your Samsung Galaxy S6 into the GSM mode, navigate your device to Menu >  Settings > Mobile Networks > Select and activate “Network mode” and then “GSM only”.
    You need to remember when you are surfing on the internet using the GSM mode, the speed is not high. So, if it is necessary, you can switch back to automatic.
  4. Switch your Galaxy S6 into the airplane mode
    At night, when you don’t expect for important calls, messages, etc, it’s worth to switch your Galaxy S6 into airplane mode. In this mode, all transmitting and receiving modules are deactivated on your smartphone, so the battery power can be saved. Your device will lose the power approximately in 1-2 percent capacity in this mode.
  5. Use the Power Saving Mode
    On your Samsung Galaxy S6, there is a power saving mode in the Android settings. Activate this feature to save more energy. To activate the feature, you need to pull down the status bar and tap the power saving mode icon.
  6. Adjust the screen brightness on your Samsung Galaxy S6
    By pulling down the status bar, you can see the features available on the Samsung Galaxy S6. Of course you will see brightness slider for adjusting the brightness level. If you attempt to save the battery power, always try to set the brightness screen at the lowest level, because the screen is one of the energy consumers that should be adjusted manually.
    Apply some tricks above to save the power of your Galaxy S6. You will get a longer battery life.

 


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