Among the different components that make up our phone, one of the ones that usually generates the most concerns is the battery. We all want it to last as long as possible and to be almost infinite, but this is practically impossible, especially since we are used to using mobile phones for all kinds of activities.
Of course there are methods to save battery, although you should know that they imply consequences for your smartphone, such as the impossibility of using certain applications or sacrificing part of the performance to extend the duration. One of the most outstanding tricks under this premise comes from the Android 13 update of the operating system and we will tell you about it below.
Extreme battery saving with Android 13
Today, charging the mobile takes very little time thanks to the fast charging that most launches boast. However, this cannot prevent the battery from running out when we are away from home and the only alternatives available to us are through enable options within settings from our terminal.
The function that we are going to talk about today is the android 13 extreme battery saver, which goes beyond the classic modality that we usually activate. An option that will allow you the luxury of extending the autonomy of your device up to 10 more hours in the case of not using it much.
Configure this tool to save battery on your android phone It is quite simple and below we leave you the necessary steps that you must follow to do so:
- Open the settings of your smartphone.
- Go to the “Battery” section and access its interior.
- Select the “Battery Saver” section.
- Go to “When should it be used” and configure this function to your liking.
Be careful, because it is important that you know in advance that this feature prevents from using (In the first moment) of almost all applications from your mobile except for: Phone, Messages, Google Play, Camera and Clock. However, you can add other apps manually through the “Essential applications” option, although depending on the one chosen, the battery consumption will be higher.
There is also the possibility of schedule extreme battery saver. You can choose to set this mode based on your routine and use of the smartphone or based on the remaining battery percentage. Our recommendation is to bet on this last proposal, since it is much more precise and more in line with our preference.
Another way to save battery
Our terminal hides a wide list of options to increase the battery and one of the most reduces consumption is the background activity restriction by the applications. There are apps like Facebook or other services that wear out autonomy even without being open. So the best thing you can do is disable this activity by doing the following:
- Access the settings of your Android phone.
- Locate and enter the “Applications” section.
- Select any of the apps and then open the “Battery usage” section.
- Uncheck the “Allow background activity” box.