If you own a Samsung Galaxy S20, or Galaxy S20+ Plus, this article will show you how to set up Power Saving Mode to be on continuously. The Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S20+ Plus do not have the ability to charge the battery. It is essential to be able to set the Galaxy S20 or Galaxy S20+ Plus into power saving mode to conserve battery for times when you are unable to charge your Samsung Galaxy.
The Galaxy S20+ Plus’ power saving mode reduces power consumption and allows you to use the phone for a longer time. Go to the status bar to activate the power saving mode for the Samsung Galaxy S20 or Galaxy S20+ Plus.
Samsung has the standard setting so that Power Saving Mode on Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S20+ Plus can only be activated when the phone’s battery life falls below 20%. If you want Power Saving Mode enabled on Galaxy S20 or Galaxy S20+ Plus, we will show you how.
Keep Power Saving Mode On Permanently for Galaxy S20 & Galaxy S20+ Plus.
- Turn on the Galaxy S20, or Galaxy S20+
- Select from the Menu
- Go to Settings.
- Choose from “Battery”.
- Select “Power Saving Mode”.
- Click on “Start Power Saving” to see some of the options available:
- At 5% Battery Power
- At 15% battery power
- 20% Battery power
- At 50% battery power
- Select “Immediately”
Following the above steps, you can immediately set your Samsung Galaxy S20/S20+ Plus to Power Saving Mode.