Enable Power Saving mode on your phone is very important to make the device work longer. Even though this device comes with a huge battery life that can last for a single or two days, depending on the frequency. If your’e S23 users, here’s how to enable Power Saving Mode on Galaxy S23.
Your device is useless if there is no battery. Also, you need to know this tutorial just in case there is no electrical outlet to plug your charger into. For this reason, knowing the power-saving mode feature in this device can help you manage your battery precetange.
Steps to enable Power Saving Mode on your Galaxy S23
The easiest way to enable power saving mode on Galaxy S23 is from the Quick Settings panel. Simply, pull it down. This way will help you get the Power Saving icon. Here, you can tap to enable or disable the feature.
Additionally, you can configure this feature from there. Here are the following complete steps:
- Go to the Quick Settings panel, and pull it down. To do so, you can swipe down the top of the screen. Doing this will help you find the Notification panel. Swipe it down again from the Notification panel. Another way to open the Quick Settings panel is by swiping down from the top of the device screen by using your two fingers.
- You can find the icon on the first screen. Now, look and then tap on the power saving mode icon to activate it. Tap and if the icon goes blue, it means it is on. However, if the icon goes grey, it means the feature is off.
- To manage the power saving mode, simply tap and then hold on to the icon for a few seconds. You will enter the Settings screen.
- To configure this power-saving mode, tap on the switch. You can use it to enable or disable the feature.
How to set up the power saving mode on your phone
By default, the Power Saving Mode is disable. You need to activate first before you can enable it by tapping on the quick panel. Here’s how:
- From the Home screen, swipe down from the top to open the notification panel then tap the Settings icon.
- Select Battery and device care and tap Power Saving.
- Tap the switch at the top of the screen to turn on Power saving.
Other Ways to Save Battery Life
If it is greyed out, it is better to disable the Power saving mode first. Your option is to disable Always on Display. If you turn it on, you will save battery life because it can take too much battery even though your device is locked.
The second choice is to limit CPU speed. We recommend you limit it to 70%. Also, you must enable it because if you are saving up battery power, you would not want to use CPU-intensive applications.
Additionally, you can consider Decreasing brightness by 10%. When you activate this Power Saving feature, it means that your device will reduce the screen brightness by 10%.
The last choice is Limit apps and the Home screen that must be disabled by default. It will allow your device to work for selected applications and then limit the background activity. It will also switch to a dark theme and turn off the Edge panels.
Once configured in the Power Saving battery mode, tap on the switch to enable it.
That is the complete tutorial on how to enable power saving mode on Galaxy S23. Eventually, you can enable this feature from Settings. Go to the Settings icon and then choose Battery and device care. After that, choose the battery, and tap the switch to Power Saving to activate it. To open more options, tap on More battery settings.