Please share the detailed procedure. Which settings you enabled and disabled in app manager from the scratch
I'd love to know how to do it, might even add it in OP !
Using this I can deactivate many activities and increase battery?i dont know if it works for newer updates but
the procedure is simple
1st install splashtop.apk
2nd grant all permission
3rd activate as admin
4th make secure folder
5th install splashtop.apk inside securefolder
6th repeat 2nd and 3rd
7th deactivate admin and uninstall the splashtop outside of secure folder
8th uninstall secure folder
9th install the ccswe apk
here is the vid i found and the apks are on the links
I have the same phone as you, but with AT&T in the US. Honestly, with all the optimizations you did, 4hr 30mins is not the greatest battery life. From 100% to 20% you should consistently be getting 8 hours of SOT. Average battery drain is about 10% per hour. I think you are doing something wrong, but I can't seem to think what it is, because your SOT is way too low for this phone model. If you are happy with it, then that's great, but I definitely think you can achieve an even greater SOT.Hi .... Writing this review about Galaxy S22 Ultra (Snapdragon Version - 512GB) .....
Software Version : BVKB
Google Play System Update : 1 July 2022 (Unable to update to current. Stuck with it)
Country in Use : India
Sim : Dual Sim ( Jio (4g) and BSNL(2g))
Wifi : Day time
Mobile Data : On After 8pm till next day mrng around 7 am
Auto Sync : Always ON (disabled when battery was about 14% )
AOD : Off
Refresh rate : Min 60 and Max set to 96
Resolution : FHD+
Uninstalled Apps : 200+ with script from OP
Additional Apps Used for tweaking : Disconnect Pro (Thanks to @OktaviAnabelle , Purchased from Samsung Store), Samsung Package Disabler Pro, (purchased from https://www.packagedisabler.com/)
Connected Bluetooth Device : 2 Devices... (galaxy Buds 2 Pro and Galaxy Watch Classic 44mm Lte)
NFC : On when using selected apps ( routine via Bixby)
Secure Folder : I'm using and not disabled
Launcher : One UI
GOS : Disabled via Package Disabler Pro
Keyboard Vibration : On
Quick Share : Enabled.
above are my configurations. Almost using most of the required service except GOS, Smart View. S22 Ultra is my daily driver. Last week I factory resetted my S22 ultra and after reset i only restored wifi settings and call log, call block list and rest i setup a new phone. Paired my bluetooth devices, configured all banking apps, configured knox oriented apps like disconnect pro, secure folder. ONce everything is set for my regular use, i disabled 200+ apps via adb and applied few adb command from OP too. Then cleared cache via recovery and galaxy app booster. After 2 battery cycle here is my 3rd battery cycle stats ..Also attached Accu Battery Pro stats ..
I dont feel any lag in UI.. Somewhere I can face lag in twitter... Using Revanced Twitter and Youtube...
Note : In my experience if you are going to use the script to disable apps via adb or any 3rd party apps, first set up your phone completely for normal use, like pairing bluetooth devices, creating secure folder, installing vpn certificate, adding accounts,update necessary libraries and apps whatever it is, first set it up completely for your use and after 1 battery cycle disable apps what all you don't need. If done this way 100% there are no issues with bootloop or device connection error or whatsoever....
Thanks to @Hamid Chikh and @OktaviAnabelle
I too understand that..from my observation i see that phone deep sleep is way less..lot of wakelocks ..also finder is using lot of battery....I have the same phone as you, but with AT&T in the US. Honestly, with all the optimizations you did, 4hr 30mins is not the greatest battery life. From 100% to 20% you should consistently be getting 8 hours of SOT. Average battery drain is about 10% per hour. I think you are doing something wrong, but I can't seem to think what it is, because your SOT is way too low for this phone model. If you are happy with it, then that's great, but I definitely think you can achieve an even greater SOT.
I'll try to answer based on my personal experience , so this is just my opinion.Thank you! This afternoon I tried to reactivate it before your answer and it worked!
Does this problem connect also to time vocal reading while playing music? I hope so..
Anyway, why you talk about "uninstalling"?
I always disabled all my (60) processes, somebody told me they is risky to uninsall it. Then this procedure is just for about few mb to gain, does should really worth it?
Framework & AuthTouchService : I never check battery usage of small things, I couldn't understand if it drains or not without them, so for being sure is better to keep them working?
I thought that would be for most of phones the same result, like "80% of phones would work better disabling /enabling them".
Then, as last question, I don't want to become maniac of debloating, I already check many lists and I would love to simplify the topic : instead of debloating lot of things (that many times doesn't consume), wouldn't be better to list just the top 50 main processes to debloat (average) ?
So we all should be fine with them....
I'm not a mega mind, but I feel that the following 100 processes disabled (after first 50)wouldnt consume more than a 0,5% of battery.. So why losing time disabling them?
I'd like to thank everyone that made any kind of contribution to this project, financial or other, because this thread wouldn't have been here if it wasn't for you guys ! THANK YOU
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.