Samsung recently launched two new flagship smartphones, the Galaxy S20 and the Galaxy S20+ Plus. These two smartphones are great phones but there is a problem with the Galaxy S20+ Plus’s rapidly dying battery.
These issues can be caused by the type of apps being used, or Android software bugs that must be fixed. Here are several solutions to fast battery drains on the Samsung Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S20+ Plus.
Reboot Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S20+ plus
Factory resetting the Samsung Galaxy S20 or Galaxy S20+ Plus is a great option when your Galaxy S20 battery has run out. Factory resetting a Galaxy S20 can also be used to give the device a new start.
Disable Bluetooth LTE, Location, Bluetooth
The Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S20+ Plus are very sensitive to the Internet, and can quickly drain their battery. These services may be needed from time to time, but if you don’t need them, turn them off to see how long your Galaxy S20 battery life is without sacrificing battery life. If you don’t wish to disable Location (GPS), the smartphone can be set into power saving mode. It will only wake it up when needed, such as for Navigation. Bluetooth is another silent killer.
Disable Wi Fi
If the WiFi is turned on continuously, it will drain the battery of the Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S20+ Plus. It’s unnecessary for most people to connect to every Wi-Fi network available. However, it’s a good idea not to do so. Turn off WiFi when you are not using it.
Use Galaxy S20 Energy-Saving Mode
There are many options available to fix a dead Galaxy S20 battery using the “Power saving mode” feature. You can also restrict background data. Another option is to restrict background data, such as turning off GPS, backlit keys, and lowering screen frame rate. It also allows you to control the processor. This mode can be started manually or automatically by the phone.
Disable Or Manage Background Sync
These apps can still drain your Galaxy S20’s battery even if you have opened them. To fix the Galaxy S20’s fast-draining battery, close all open apps. You can do this by going to Settings-> Accounts, and disabling sync for apps that you don’t use. The Galaxy S20’s battery life will improve if you disable Facebook background sync.
Your Galaxy S20 will reduce the amount of tethering you do. Although the tethering function is useful for connecting other devices to Internet, it can quickly drain the Galaxy S20’s battery. You can fix a dying battery on your Galaxy S20 by turning off the tethering or reducing the time it is used.