Galaxy S20 And Galaxy S20+ Plus: How To Turn Off Background Apps

Samsung Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S20+ Plus users should know how to turn off background applications to reduce battery drain and data consumption. Apps that run in the background constantly try to connect with the Internet to stay up-to-date, using battery and data. If you don’t use background apps often, it is a smart move to turn them off to get the most from the Samsung Galaxy S20+ Plus.

Your phone’s apps are constantly surfing the web looking for new email and updating themselves. This can use a lot of battery and data. By turning off background applications and manually updating them, you can save battery on your Galaxy S20 or Galaxy S20+ Plus. These are the steps to disable background apps from Samsung Galaxy S20+ Plus.

How do I close background apps:

  • Turn on your phone
  • Take a look at the most recent news
  • Tap on Active Apps
  • Choose an End
  • Tap OK

Disable and close background data for all services:

  • Turn on your phone
  • Select Settings
  • Browse and select Data usage
  • Click on the three dots to open the Context menu
  • Deaktivate Auto-sync data
  • Click on OK

Disable background information for Gmail, and other Google services.

  • Turn on your phone
  • Go to Settings
  • Tap on Accounts
  • Select Google
  • Tap on your account name
  • Check the Google Services that aren’t being used in the background

How do I disable background data in Twitter?

  1. Turn on the smartphone
  2. Go to Settings
  3. Tap Accounts
  4. Tap on twitter
  5. Uncheck Sync Twitter

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

  1. Turn on your phone
  2. Open the Facebook Settings Menu
  3. Tap On Refresh Interval
  4. Choose Never
Galaxy S20 And Galaxy S20+ Plus: How To Turn Off Background Apps

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