Not only your recommended preset but also his and I decided to merge both two and not to mention that I used the new present as a basis for removing apps and not my old one with the apps that caused drainage. After all the cell phone is very stable with most of its functions, but needing to adjust certain points but running well.
I disabled the GOS by giving ADB authorization to the App Manager program with the wireless debugging method. the good thing is that it can be done without a computer
Navigation is integrated with the main launcher of the system, only root and android pie can do this feat.I have used Nova launcher for years, what I would like to do is disable one ui home. Of course you can disable it but you lose navigation functions, does anyone know a way to disable one ui home but use abd or SetEdit or something to restore navigation functions?
Disabled apps can't run in the background.
Ah yesss i forgot to mention about refresh rate , yes i play alot with my refresh rate i would say its very situational , mine is @90hz most of the time , but i also lowered it to 60hz at some point , for example (but not always) : if i just listening to some music or podcast in the background i would probably set it down to 60hz , what is the point to have a high refresh rate when i didn't even scroll , touch or look at it ?
I'm really sorry , i must have forgotten to edit MyPreset , it's updated now .
Thank you. Please share disabled list also if possible
There you go.
Have you try to uninstall the updates ? (Gos) simply disabling the app wouldn't erase/decrease its size , uninstalling update of the app does , but after some time it will increases again but not much , here is mine after 2 months of disabling & uninstalling the update.
Right , i never posted an actual picture , but i remember very distincly i got 14 h 58 m screen on time & around 3 h screen off time (+ youtube and some other apps after i'm done with Quickedit)You never posted an actual picture of 18 hours SOT only pictures where your phone was active for a period of time and after that you just calculate how much SOT you would get. But that's not how it works.
Also I have the same phone as you and I don't even get 10 hours of SOT even when applying all of your settings. Even phones with the most power efficient cpus don't get 18 hours of SOT yet alone a samsung phone.
I think you are just a very light user (given that you are spending hours on quickedit) and that's why your phone gets more SOT than everyone else here.
Would like to see an actual SOT of your phone where you use it like everyone else here with a little bit of gaming, youtube etc.
I did however, follow all the ADB commands that are suggested in OP. I'm running on FHD+, Adaptive Motion Smoothness (via Galaxy Max Hz app), Processing speed set to Optimized. Enabled CPU Responsiveness, enabled performance limit. I know it sounds crazy, but I get the best of both worlds with the performance limit ON and CPU Responsiveness ON, the phone is insanely fast and battery is great. I tried different combinations and this has been my best result in terms of battery life and I'm still at 42%. My benchmarks are still 1200, 3400.