Instead, put your idle phone in sleep mode to save battery power. Your phone goes into sleep mode automatically after 30 seconds of inactivity on the screen. You can adjust the sleep time out for a longer duration.
Galaxy S8 (j6ltedx) and later
- Here's how to be an S10 master
Go to Solution. View solution in original post. Have you verified that Do Not Disturb is turned off? There may be some settings that need to be adjusted. Let me know if these suggestions help! Do not disturb is off, so that is not the issue. Is there another setting I should be checking? Does pressing the power button once put the phone is safe mode? If not, what does that action do? Press the power button on the side of your phone, press and hold the power off option until you see safe mode populate on your screen, then tap on safe mode.
Samsung Galaxy S10 and S10+ home screen tips
We've scoured deep into this phone to root-out everything you could possibly want to know about it. Here's how to be an S10 master. Just start typing your search query and this universally searches your phone returning settings, apps, contacts, calendar appointments. It's really powerful. You can also launch it by bringing up the apps tray, and tapping the finder bar at the top. The home screen part of the launcher. It's where you unlock your phone to, the place for app shortcuts and widgets and it's where you return when you're finished doing something in an app. Edit your home screen: A long press on the wallpaper on any home screen lets you edit the wallpaper and themes, widgets, pages or further settings. This area will also let you add or delete complete screens, so if you want a widgets page, this is where you go. Get more on your home screen: You can change the size of the screen grid on which your shortcuts and widgets sit, depending on how dense you want the home screen to be.
The hints show adaptive battery being much more eager than in stock Android. After 3 days any unused app will not be able to start from background e. We strongly suggest to turn off Adaptive battery and Put apps to sleep options per instructions below. Yes, Samsung - a dominant vendor in the Android market - is now using one of the nastiest battery saving techniques in the industry. They kill background processes and render alarm clocks and other apps which rely on background processing useless. See below for workarounds. At some unclear moments maybe on app update, OS update? Below are walkthrough screenshots for Galaxy S