Galaxy S20 And Galaxy S20+ Plus: How To Close Background Apps

Samsung Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S20+ Plus owners need to know how to close background applications to save battery. You can also close background apps on Galaxy S20+ Plus to reduce data consumption. This will help keep apps up-to-date. Emails, social networks, and lifestyle apps that run in the background scan the web looking for new email addresses, which can lead to large data and battery drain. To save your Galaxy S20’s battery, you can manually update the app.

If you are new to Android, we will show you below how to close and turn off background apps on Galaxy S20 or Galaxy S20+ Plus.

How do I close background apps:

  • Turn on your phone
  • Click on Recent Apps
  • Choose the active appsicon
  • Tap on End Or End all
  • Click on OK

How do I close and disable background information for all services?

  • Turn on your phone
  • Tap on Data use
  • Select the context menu
  • Uncheck “Auto-sync data”
  • Click on OK

How can you disable background data for Gmail or other Google services?

  • Turn on your phone
  • Tap on Accounts
  • Select Google
  • Select to designate the name of your account
  • You can uncheck any Google Services that you want to disable in the background

How do I disable background data in Twitter?

  • Turn on your phone
  • Tap on Accounts
  • Tap on Twitter
  • Uncheck Sync Twitter

Facebook will require you to disable background information from their menus. Follow these steps:

  1. Turn on your phone
  2. Goto the Facebook settings page
  3. Tap “Refresh Interval”
  4. Tap Never
Galaxy S20 And Galaxy S20+ Plus: How To Close Background Apps

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