With the help of a little trick, you can use a hidden setting on Android to optimize the cell phone battery of your Samsung Galaxy smartphone.
Anyone who spends a lot of time on the Internet and browsing on their smartphone faces the problem of their device battery draining quickly. If you use a WLAN for this purpose, you can save electricity directly with a simple network setup.
Samsung Galaxy: A trick that makes your battery last much longer
In addition to the traditional power saving mode, which allows devices to conserve the Galaxy device’s battery, there is also a separate function dedicated to WLAN. According to the description in the settings menu, this helps: “Reduce battery usage by analyzing Wi-Fi traffic patterns.”
The feature can be accessed in different ways. Availability depends, among other things, on your Samsung model and the current software version. Setting options can vary by device. At the very least, your Android version shouldn’t be too old.
This is how it works:
In Settings, find Region Wireless internet service. Settings > Connections > Wi-Fi
Next, look for options like “Smart Wi-Fi” or “advanced”
Then activate the option there “Wi-Fi power saving mode”
More options thanks to developer options
Within the various menu items under “Intelligent Wi-Fi,” you will find various setup options as well as the version number. Tap it 10 times in a row to open advanced developer options.
Developer options primarily provide users with various diagnostic views on the quality of their device’s connection to the actively used Wi-Fi network as well as the reception of neighboring networks. Here you can also view historical data logs focusing on all measured activities, or just those recorded by the router or applications. These tools can be useful for finding dead spots or tracking the amount of data that applications are processing in the background.
In the following video, YouTuber Jeff Springer explains developer options in detail:
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