Samsung has set a new standard for smartphone innovation. To empower more users with enhanced work and play skills. The company is continuously working with partners around the world to make more Galaxy devices have up-to-date mobile experiences.
Samsung also offers the Galaxy’s High-quality, High-performance Battery. Every Samsung mobile device is equipped with a high-quality to strengthen your Galaxy experience.
Galaxy comes with an integrated state-of-the-art Lithium-ion (Li-ion) battery that is both lightweight and long-lasting. And learn more about battery life and proper use to maximize your battery’s performance.
Batteries are consumables, and their lifespans are affected by their usage patterns and environments. If you find yourself charging your phone too often, and your battery life has noticeably diminished.
Galaxy’s AMOLED Display has a high contrast ratio that will increase battery consumption. Increased screen brightness, longer intervals before screen timeout, high-performance apps, streaming high-resolution content, and location services or other allowed services will also increase battery consumption.
Learn about proper battery use and care to ensure their safety and efficiency:
Optimal Battery Usage Environment
Galaxy battery is designed to perform best at 0°-35°C. And continuous use or charging in extreme temperatures may accelerate battery deterioration. The temporary exposure to extreme temperatures will activate the device’s safeguards to minimize damage, and charging will be limited to protect the battery from overheating.
Settings Tips to Extend Battery Life
- Optimize your battery in Settings.
- Go to Settings and click Device care.
- Tap Optimise now to optimize your Battery, Storage, Memory, and Security.
- Tap Battery in Device care.
- Check your Usage by apps
- Click on unused app and toggle Put app to sleep.
- In Battery, tap See more to go to Settings and click Sleeping apps.
- Tap Add to select apps you want in sleep status, then tap Add once again.
- In Battery, tap See more to go to Settings and toggle Optimise settings,
Brightness, Screen timeout, and Media volume will be set to the default values.
- Click Optimise settings to adjust settings to your preference.
Enable Power mode
When the battery is running low, enable Power mode to extend battery life. Once Power mode is enabled, background apps will be restricted from Wi-Fi and mobile data, and energy-consuming features such as Always On Display will be disabled to extend battery life.
You can adjust the CPU speed, brightness level, and background networks to your preference.
Clean up unused apps and features
- Go to Device care in Settings and click Battery, and then Battery Usage.
- Click See more and tap Hide OS and system apps Check the battery usage and details of apps actually in use.
- In Settings click User account on the top right.
- Tap See more and click Sync settings.
- Disable auto-sync for apps like Gallery and Reminder to lower battery consumption.
- Turn Bluetooth off when you’re not using it to lower battery consumption.
Change Display Settings
Turn the display off by pressing the power button when the device is not in use. Set Screen timeout to a short interval. Lower your brightness. The brighter the screen, the higher the contrast ratio, which leads to higher battery consumption. Extend battery life by using a dark-tone wallpaper or theme.
Mastering Smartphone Screen Issues: DIY Hacks with Samsung’s Digital Service Center
What if your smartphone’s touchscreen isn’t working properly, and you can’t manage the time to visit a service center? Don’t worry, you can effortlessly ensure optimal device health and get personalized support right at your fingertips by using Samsung’s Digital Service Center.
Here are DIY hacks that would ensure smooth functioning of your smartphone’s screen:
Screen doesn’t detect single-finger touches
- It’s possible that ‘TalkBack’ feature might be on. To disable ‘TalkBack’, tap on the settings icon once to select, followed by a double tap to open it.
- Scroll down and open ‘Accessibility’ and go to ‘Installed Apps’. Double tap on ‘TalkBack’ and then tap once on the on and off switch at the top right.
- Tap on ‘Turn off,’ and the ‘TalkBack’ feature will be disabled. You can also turn off ‘TalkBack’ using Bixby by simply pressing and holding the Bixby button and saying “Turn off TalkBack”.
Display’s touch sensitivity is too low
- Any attachment to the screen may affect the touch sensitivity of the device. But the touch sensitivity can be easily changed by following a series of simple steps.
- Navigate to ‘Setting’ and select ‘Display’. Scroll down to find the option for ‘Touch Sensitivity’ and toggle it on.
- If the touch sensitivity issue persists, try removing your phone’s screen guard and retesting your phone.
Screen doesn’t detect S-Pen input
- Any third-party accessories with a magnetic component, such as a phone cover, can affect S Pen recognition.
- To fix this, remove the accessory and install a Samsung-authorized cover, and try again.
- For optimal S Pen performance, avoid exposure to magnetic objects.
Download One UI 5.1.1 Always On Display with new clock styles
Samsung’s latest foldable smartphones come preinstalled with One UI 5.1.1. This new software comes with improved animations, some new useful features, and usability improvements. In addition, the One UI 5.1.1 brings a new Always On Display Clock Style and revamps one, which is available for download.
One UI 5.1.1 enhances the circular dial Always On Display clock, bringing the same-sized clock numbers. Besides, it adds a new clock style, which is in a horizontal arrangement and showcases time and date along with the day. The latest version of the Always On Display app brings new clock styles to One UI 5.1 phones.
Using the download link, you can download the APK file of the Always On Display app version 126.96.36.199 via mega.nz (via tarunvats33). Hopefully, Samsung will bring the new additions to Galaxy users with future update to the One UI’s AOD app.
- Always On Display v188.8.131.52 — Download [mega]
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How to remove Moisture or Foreign Material from Samsung phone
Thanks to intelligent software, Samsung phones showcase necessary prompts that help you avoid major damage. Similarly, here’s a common notice, which appears on Samsung devices when it detects moisture due to water insertion or dust particles near the charging port.
No doubt, moisture may impact the performance of your device if not handled with care. Commonly, moisture may be accumulated inside the charging ports, under the screen, inside the headphone jack, and behind the camera lenses.
Therefore, it’s advised to protect your phone from moisture by placing it inside a waterproof zip-lock pouch while traveling in rainy weather. You should also avoid using your Galaxy device with wet hands. In case you find that moisture has accumulated in your phone, then follow the tips given below.
Steps to remove moisture
If the charging port has moisture, a pop-up will appear on your device.
Warning: Don’t use charging/USB port
We’ve detected moisture or foreign material in your charging/USB port. Check your charging/USB port for any foreign material such as dust or debris. To prevent damage to your phone, don’t plug anything in until the charging port is clean, the moisture is gone, and the notification is cleared.
To dry the port, shake out any moisture, then wait for it to dry, which could take several hours. You can speed up during by pointing a fan or dryer (cool air only) at the port.
In the meantime, you can charge your phone wirelessly.
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To dry the port, gently shake out the moisture, and then wait for it to dry. Wait for moisture to evaporate, however, it could take several hours. Unplug all cables or accessories. Do not plug them in again until the handset is completely dry.
Clean your device: Clean the glass, ceramic, and metallic surfaces of your device with a lint-free microfiber cloth. Try charging the device after a few hours. If you see the alert again, it is possible that there may still be moisture inside the port.
In that case, you need to get in touch with our Samsung customer care for further assistance or visit the nearest Samsung service center.