To keep your phone’s battery alive is a perennial struggle. Google has added a number of energy-saving features to Android over the past few years.
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- In Android 5.0 Lollipop, Google introduced a feature called “Battery Saver”. That is to take out more life out of your phone when it’s almost drained. When you enable Battery Saver mode, Android throttles your phone’s performance, limits background data usage, and reduces things like vibration in order to conserve power.
Just go to Settings > Battery on your phone and flip on the Battery Saver switch.
- The feature called Doze puts your idle phone into a deeper sleep. Doze is a battery-saving feature that puts your phone into a super-deep sleep when it’s idle. The Doze mode shuts off network access and defers any syncs. Instead, it waits for occasional “maintenance windows,” when the phone wakes up briefly, to run those jobs.
- App Standby sleeps apps you rarely use
Ever download an app, install it, and then forget about it for a month? App Standby keeps few days—and if it hasn’t sent you any notifications—it’ll enter App Standby, where it’s no longer allowed to those apps from running in the background and draining your battery. If you don’t use an app for a run in the background or access the internet until you purposely opens it again. If you don’t, then it will only run briefly once a day or so, and when your device is plugged in, before re-entering standby mode.
- TheAdaptive Battery learns your usage patterns. Google recently announced the next version of Android, currently codenamed “Android P,” which will deliver yet another battery-saving feature—this time with more machine learning. Adaptive Battery attempts to learn which apps you use when. Based on this information, it will restrict the apps it doesn’t expect you to open anytime soon.