Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is a stylish QHD display, Snapdragon 805 quad-core processor packed with a powerful battery of 3220mAh. However, here are few tips and tricks to extend Galaxy Note 4 battery life to get more juice.
How to Extend Battery Life of Samsung Galaxy Note 4
1. Reduce screen brightness and Screen Timeout
The QHD display of Samsung Galaxy Note 4 uses a lot battery power when it is at its brightest. Hence, it is better to control the brightness of the screen manually. You can control screen brightness by turning off automatic brightness by swiping the Notification Menu of the device. Remember, once you disable the auto brightness, it will also disable the Galaxy Note 4 sunlight reading mode.
Adjust Screen Timeout by going to Settings >> Display >> Screen Timeout.
2. Turn on Power Saving Mode
Samsung has included two battery saving features to help extend battery life- power saving mode and ultra power saving mode.
Power saving mode lets users to avoid usage of background data. To enable Power Saving Mode you will have to pull down the status bar from the top of the screen and then tap Power saving and then tap OK.
3. Turn on Ultra Power Saving Mode
Ultra Power Saving Mode will save your battery life by restricting access to an app to a limit.
How to Enable Ultra Power Saving mode
– Pull down the status bar from the top of the screen and Scroll to the right and select the “Ultra power saving mode” option.
– First time users will be required to accept the Terms and Conditions to use the feature, and then tap Next.
– You will get a popup for Ultra Power Saving Mode which will display your current battery percentage and Estimated max standby time. tap to “Enable” the Ultra Power Saving Mode.
4. QI charging backup
Galaxy Note 4 does not comes with QI wireless charging, however, Samsung has now introduced replacement back covers which is like S-View Flip Cover or stock cover. QI Wireless charging feature makes your Galaxy Note 4 charge at a faster rate.
5. Disable Unnecessary apps and processes which use battery
Check applications which are consuming more of battery life. You can head over to Settings >> Battery and check apps which are consuming more battery life. You can then decide to either disable apps or uninstall.
6. Turn off Ok Google
Everyone likes “Ok Google” feature, however, it can consume battery life of your Galaxy Note 4. To Turn Off OK Google – Go to “Voice settings” and tap on “Ok Google detection” and uncheck “Always On”.
By following the above mentioned tips you will be able to extend battery life of Samsung Galaxy Note 4. However, you can opt for a battery replacement if your issues are not fixed.