Save Battery on Android using Wi-Fi Saver
In this post, are going to show you how you can better manage the Wi-Fi connectivity of your Android device in order to keep it from using too much power to allow you to save battery life. Wi-Fi can consume a lot of your battery life by keeping you connected to the internet even if you are not using it at the time.
To better manage your devices use of Wi-Fi in order to save your battery, we are recommending that you use an app called Wi-Fi Saver. Wi-Fi Saver can manage your connection efficiently which can save the battery of your Android device. The app will turn off the Wi-Fi if the signal is weak or if there is currently no need for internet connectivity. Wi-Fi Saver can also automatically turn on the internet when connectivity is required.
Wi-Fi Saver saves you battery life by ensuring you are not staying unnecessarily connected to internet.
Wi-Fi Saver has basic saver mode, which saves battery with basic Wi-Fi optimization operations; low strength saver mode, which saves battery during time of weak signal strength; and specific auto connect mode, which means that your device will only connect to the internet when you want it. To better manage Wi-Fi use and save your battery, simply enable or disable your desired option on Wi-Fi Saver.
How To Save the Battery of An Android Device Using Wi-Fi Saver
- The first thing that you have to do is to downloadWiFi Saver Application and then install it on an Android device.
NOTE: Wi-Fi Saver requires your device to be running Android 4.0+. If you are not running that yet, you are going to need to update your device before installing Wi-Fi Saver.
- After installing Wi-Fi Saver, go to your App Drawer. You should find the Wi-Fi Saver application there.
- Open Wi-Fi Saver.
- You will be presented with a list of battery saving mode options, enable the options you want or think that you will need.
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