In this tutorial, I will walk you through the fastest way of activating power saving mode on the new Samsung Galaxy S20 handset. Here’s how to enable and use Galaxy S20 power saving mode through the notification panel.
Running low on battery is inevitable among smartphones. That said, any device can run out of battery regardless of its battery capacity. Depending on usage, a device can run out of power quickly. Thankfully, advanced power features are already embedded into most, if not all modern smartphones. By enabling these features, you can stretch your phone’s battery life and wrap up all things that need to be done before your phone runs out of power completely.
The galaxy s20 comes with a 4,000mAh battery capacity. It’s apparently smaller compared to the Ultra version. Nonetheless, there’s a way to stretch that capacity to more than enough to get you through the average day. Read on for more information.
Easy steps to activate and use Galaxy S20 Power saving mode
Time Needed : 3 minutes
With Power saving mode, the battery life is extended by limiting access to certain apps and services on your device. It also limits the CPU usage of your phone. The following steps demonstrate a quicker way to enable and use power saving mode on the new Samsung Galaxy S20. Here’s how it’s done.
Go to the Home screen to get started. Then swipe down from the bottom of the screen to access the notification panel.
The notification panel contains shortcut icons or controls to access key features and system functions of the phone.
Tap the Power icon on the upper-right corner right before the Settings icon.
This will open the screen with the main power options.
Next, tap the Emergency Mode icon.
The Emergency mode pop up menu will show up.
Read and review the emergency mode information then tap Turn on to continue.
On the next screen, you will see a few apps you can use for emergency purposes.
Your phone is already running in power saving mode in this state.
To exit power saving mode, navigate to the upper-right corner then tap the Quick menu icon to view its sub-items.
The quick menu icon is represented by three vertical dots.
Then tap the option to Turn off Emergency mode.
Doing so will disable Power saving mode and reactivates normal mode.
- Android 10, One UI 2.0 and up
- Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20 Plus, Galaxy Ultra
While in Power saving mode, battery consumption is limited because a lot of services including flashlight are turned off. As a result, the battery life is extended.
Power saving mode can also be accessed through the settings menu. Apparently, this is a longer process compared to the above steps.
To access power saving mode through the galaxy s20 settings menu, simply go to Settings-> Device care-> Battery menu. From there you will see different power features you can use. To access and activate Power saving mode, you will need to tap on Power mode under Power management section then select the mode for longer battery life.
Power saving features like this usually come in handy whenever your device runs low on power and you badly need to use it.
Among the available power mode options are high performance, optimized, medium power saving and maximum power saving.
By default, your phone is set to use optimized power mode. This means that the recommended balance of performance and battery life is currently applied.
There is also an adaptive power saving feature that can be enabled to set the power mode automatically according to your usage patterns.
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