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How to Extend Battery Life on Samsung S24, S24+, S24 Ultra, S23, S23+

Last Updated on January 8, 2024 by Bestusefultips

Samsung’s latest flagship, the Samsung S24 series, has good battery life compared to the previous model, the Samsung S23 series. There are several settings available on your phone that will reduce your Samsung phone battery life. Check out the settings to extend battery life on Samsung S24, S24+, S24 Ulltra, S23, S23+, and S23 Ultra 5G. Also, you can check out this tomsguide article about the Galaxy S23 battery life test for all three models.    

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How to Extend Battery Life on Samsung S24, S24+, S24 Ultra, S23 Ultra, S23+ and S23

Apply the solutions below to improve battery life on Samsung Galaxy S24 and S23 devices. Compatible with other Samsung One UI 6.0 and 5.1 devices.

Set Screen Timeout to 30 Second

If you’ve set the screen timeout high (5 minutes or 10 minutes), set your Samsung phone screen timeout as 30 seconds will stop battery draining.

Step 1: Go to Settings.

Step 2: Tap Display.

Step 3: Tap Screen timeout.

Set Screen Timeout to Improve Samsung S23 Battery Life

Step 4: Choose 30 seconds.  

Turn Off the Always-On Display

When enabled always on display on your phone, it will show notifications, date, time, and battery percentage on your screen, which will increase battery drain. You can turn off or set a schedule to turn on Always on Display on your Samsung phone automatically.

Step 1: Go to Settings.

Step 2: Scroll down and tap the Lock screen.

Turn Off Always-On Display to Improve Samsung S23 Battery Life

Step 3: Toggle off Always On Display.

Set Schedule to Turn On AOD: Settings > Lock screen > Always on display > Show as scheduled > Set start & end time > Done.

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Reduce Brightness Level

Reduce Brightness Level to Fix Galaxy S23 battery life problem

Pull down the notification panel at the top and move the brightness slider to the left or set Auto brightness.

Enable Dark Mode

You can use dark mode on your Samsung Galaxy devices to improve battery life.

Step 1: Go to Settings.

Step 2: Tap Display.

Enable Dark Mode to Improve battery life Samsung S23

Step 3: Choose a Dark.


Swipe down the notification panel at the top and tap Dark theme in quick settings tiles to turn it on/off.

Change the Screen Refresh Rate or Motion Smoothness

You can switch the screen refresh rate on your Samsung device. Also, change the screen resolution to save battery life on your phone. 

Set Motion Smoothness on Galaxy S23 to Fix Battery Problem

Motion Smoothness: Settings > Display > Motion smoothness > Standard > Apply.

Screen Resolution: Settings > Display > Screen resolution > HD+.

Enable Power Saving Mode to Improve Battery Life on Samsung Galaxy

One of the best advantages of using power saving mode is that it improves the battery life on your Samsung phone by automatically limiting several settings like turning off the Always-on display, limiting CPU speed to 70%, motion smoothness changed to standard (60Hz), limiting background network usage, decrease brightness by 10%, turn off edge panels, turn off 5G, and limit apps & home screen. 

Step 1: Go to Settings.

Step 2: Scroll down and tap Battery and Device Care.

Step 3: Tap Battery.

Enable Power Saving Mode to Extend Samsung S23 Battery Life

Step 4: Toggle on Power saving.

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Close All Running or Recent Apps

Close All Running Apps to Fix Samsung S23 battery life problem

Several apps are running in the background, causing the battery draining problem on your Samsung phone. Stop or close all background running apps to increase battery life.  

Swipe up and hold to view all recent apps > Close all.

Enable Put Unused Apps to Sleep

Enable Put Unused Apps to Sleep to Extend Battery Life Samsung Galaxy S23 Series

This feature helps limit battery usage for apps you don’t use often. It includes sleeping apps (Running in the background occasionally), deep sleeping apps (Never running in the background), and never sleeping apps.

Settings > Battery & device care > Battery > Background process limits > Toggle on Put unused apps to sleep.

Disable or Uninstall Unused Apps

If you don’t use some apps on your phone or open apps sometimes on your phone, delete those apps.

Disable or Uninstall Unused Apps to Save Battery Life on Samsung S23

Step 1: Long-press any app from the app drawer or home screen and tap Uninstall.

Step 2: Tap OK.

You can only delete third-party apps from your device. To delete system apps or pre-install apps, you need to disable them. You can’t delete system apps from your phone. 

Disable App on Samsung: Settings > Apps > Select the app > Disable > Disable app.

Read More: How to Delete Apps on Android

Turn Off Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and GPS

Turn them off if you don’t use a WiFi network, Bluetooth, or GPS (Location). 

Swipe down the notification panel at the top and tap the option you want to turn it off.

Turn Off Auto-Sync

By default, enable auto-sync data on your Samsung phone. It will use WiFi or cellular data in the background to update your phone’s data, increasing battery usage. Ensure that auto-sync is enabled for the daily usage apps. 

Step 1: Go to Settings.

Step 2: Scroll down and tap Accounts and Backup.

Step 3: Tap Manage accounts.

Step 4: Tap your Google account.

Step 5: Tap Sync account.

Step 6: Toggle off the option you don’t use.

Disable Auto Sync Data: Settings > Accounts and backup > Manage accounts > Toggle off Auto-sync data.

End the list of methods to extend your Samsung Galaxy’s battery life. Which of the above-given methods do you use to improve battery life? Tell us in the comment section.

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