How to extend battery life in Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge without ROOTING or any system hacking
Galaxy S6 and S6 edge have 2550 and 2600 mAh battery capacity respectively.
As compared to previous flagship phones and features packed these two device looks to be running with lower battery capacities.
A high end device having high end features require more battery backed power, but reverse is the case with S6 and S6 edge.
So how you do manage when you will be running out of battery when you need it the most.
Here you go how to manage your power consumption of the device without ROOTING or without any system customization.
Your phone has inbuilt power saving features that we are going to use.
Head to Settings > Battery. You’ll see two options: Power Saving Mode and Ultra Power Saving Mode.
The Power Saving Mode will restrict some of the features and will help you save battery consumption.
You can run on Power Saving Mode all day without any impact on your performance and day to day usage.
The Ultra Power Saving Mode will restrict background data usage, lower your processor speed and may restrict other things to save more battery power.
Use this mode when you are really running out of battery and you know that you will not be able to recharge it soon.
You may say that when I have so many features in my phone why I will be using any of these.
The answer is: Yes of course you have loads of feature packed on your phone but you are not using all of the stuffs all the day long.
It’s really better to use the features when they are needed and let the system decide how it will manage those stuffs.
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