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Need a Battery Boost? Turning Your Android Phone's Background Data Might Help -Nigerian

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There are few smartphone hacks as useful as ones that extend your device's battery life, and via this reddit post by user u / neq, you might be able to give up your Android phone's battery life.

The post claims that by disabling always-on mobile data, you could as much as double your device's screen on time (SoT)What is the average length of time your screen is during a single battery cycle. Doubling your SoT would indicate a drastic change in battery life, but saving any additional power is helpful.

How to disable always active mobile data

  1. Put your phone in developer mode by navigating to Settings> System> About phone, then scroll down to Build number. This time you see a notification that your phone is in dev mode.
  2. Go back to Settings> System, scroll down and tap the new Developer options tab.
  3. Scroll down to the Networking category, and find the option "Mobile data always active." Tap the slider next to this option so it's off (greyed out).
  4. The setting is now disabled. If you wish to disable dev mode just tap the slider in the large, blue "On" banner in Developer options, which wants to turn it off. Remember that you want to turn it back?

Does this actually work?

We tried to use this hack as a see-saw when it came to our Pixel XL.

Screenshot: Brendan Hesse

The Pixel 2 and Nexus 6.1 had it on by default, while Neq's Reddit post and other comments appeared on the Pixel XL or simply the result of prior fiddling with the phone's settings some Nexus 8, Note 9, and Galaxy S9 + users had it off. Either way, it's worth checking if it's on mobile data is enabled, and turning it off if it is. The juice would normally be relegated to keeping your phone connected to the mobile network.

We should point out that this is the only thing you will ever want to know about Wi-Fi sources. The point of always-on mobile data is when your Wi-Fi signal is weak.

Other battery-saving tips for Android

Extend your battery life on your Android phone:

  • Reduce brightness. You can change at any time from the quick settings to the notifications tab.
  • Reduce or turn off sound for ringtones and media playback. Use your phone's volume buttons to turn down the volume, but you can make more changes in the settings menu by going to Settings> Sound,
  • Turn on the Adaptive Battery feature. This is found in Settings> Battery, and will automatically use it for certain apps while they're not in use. You'll find other important battery information in this menu, too.
  • Use wired headphones instead of Bluetooth when possible. Not only does Bluetooth burn up battery life, but analog audio connections so sound better, too.
  • Use the battery saver mode, This can be enabled manually in the quick settings menu, however, if you go to Settings> Battery, you can do it automatically on certain battery levels.
  • Using Airplane mode If you do not need to be connected to Wi-Fi, the mobile network, or Bluetooth you still want to use certain battery life. This can be enabled in the quick settings tab.

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