How To Close Background Apps On Galaxy S20 And Galaxy S20+ Plus

Samsung Galaxy S20 owners should be able to shut down background apps in order to conserve battery. It’ll also reduce data usage by closing background applications on the Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S20+ Plus. Emails, social media, and lifestyle apps running in the background search the internet for new emails. This results in a large amount of data usage and battery life. To save battery life, it is recommended that you manually update your app.

We’ll show you how to disable and close background apps for the Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S20+ Plus.

Close background applications

  • Turn on your smartphone
  • Click on Latest apps
  • Select the Active Appsicon
  • Click on End or End All
  • Click on OK

Disable background data from all services by closing it:

  • Turn on your smartphone
  • Click on Data usage
  • Select the context menu
  • Uncheck Auto sync data
  • Click on Ok

Disable background data in Gmail and other Google services.

  • Turn on your smartphone
  • Click on Accounts
  • Select Google
  • Choose as the account name
  • Check the Google services you wish to disable in background

Disable background data on Twitter:

  • Turn on your smartphone
  • Click on Accounts
  • Tap on Twitter
  • Uncheck “Sync Twitter”.

Facebook asks you to remove background data from your own menus. Follow these instructions:

  1. 1. Turn on your smartphone
  2. 2.Go to the Facebook settings Menu
  3. 3.Tap on ‘Refresh Interval’
  4. 4.Tap on Never

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