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How to manage app power saving on Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus

Samsung galaxy S9 and galaxy S9 plus has several battery saving features such as Power saving mode, App power monitor, battery saver, Performance mode and more. In this tutorial, I’ll show you complete guide to manage app power saving on Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 plus Oreo. Samsung galaxy S9 & S9 plus app power monitor feature is helpful to save power from stop apps using your battery while not using them.

You can see specific apps and background activity using this app power monitor. Also enable/disable power saving for specific apps on your Samsung galaxy S9 and galaxy S9 plus Oreo. Follow below given step by step process to manage app power saving on Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus.

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How to manage app power saving on Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus

Step 1: Long press on Power saving mode in quick settings or Swipe down notification panel and tap on Settings icon

Step 2: Tap Device maintenance

Here you can see Battery, Performance mode, Storage and Memory options.

Step 3: Touch Battery

Step 4: You can view list of apps that running background even you are not using app power monitor

Step 5: Select apps you want to save power in your Samsung S9 & S9 plus Oreo

Now this selected apps save battery in your galaxy S9 and S9 plus. You can also see unmonitored apps on S9 & S9 plus, these apps use much power and app power monitor will not do anything to stop apps background process. In list of unmonitored apps include Android wear, Android auto, Samsung Gear and more. In Samsung galaxy S9 device maintenance settings, you can see battery usage by specific apps and app running in the background even not using. You can close apps or if unnecessary then uninstall apps from your devices.

And that’s all. We hope this makes it clear how to manage app power saving on Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 plus Oreo. If you found it helpful, don’t forget to share with others. Tell us in below comment section if you have any question.

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