power &# 8211; tightly integrated Android app already helps extend the battery savings and term
The power range is reached by the Android settings. He is a native component of Android and every Android smartphone (but with different functions, depending on the version of Android) here. Here you can View the current battery level, enabled the power saving mode and get detailed information about the course and use.
Of the course shows us how the Battery level over time has changed. At the same time we can see how good the cellular signal whether WiFi was enabled and the period in which the screen turned on. If the mobile or Wi-Fi signal here breaks off again, which is also a sign of poor reception and you should think about how you could improve it.
Of the area use is even more interesting. Here we can get a rough picture of the app has consumed a lot of energy. Here, Android takes into account how much time the app has taken the CPU to complete and how long she had ever active.
By the way: If the process here Android OS, the Play Services or the Android system is always close to the top, it may be that you have to do with the Android OS bug. Whether you are concerned, you can check here:
- Android OS consumes too much battery?
- Google Play services consume too much battery?
If you click on an entry, you get more information on the app. In addition, you can stop here or completely uninstall. But beware: The information is not always accurate and not extensive enough. Therefore, we also need other tools to battery eaters better go to the bottom.Start Photogallery(9 pictures)Android 8.0 and iOS Oreo 11 compared why Android still has ahead
System Panel / Task Manager &# 8211; Task killers are harmful to the battery life
you need necessarily a task manager? We are talking about deliberately by a Task Manager, no task killer. Say goodbye to that a task killer could contribute to battery saving by the thought. On the contrary, often such app even leads to the fact that the battery is drained faster.
Why is that so? Coarse: The killer kicks apps from the memory of Android, which then may need to be reloaded later. While consuming no energy Apps if they only inactive are in memory. Also, you can not prevent that services be restarted again in the background with a task killer. And the constant training and switching apps consume more battery life significantly, as it would save the short off apps. So always uninstall in doubt unnecessary apps.
More information can be found in the very interesting article about Task Manager and killer. Android: even further into the details of these really informative articles will stay away from the main memory
View currently active processes with system Panel
Here you can see which apps on my HTC One just inactive in memory to store:
Nevertheless , a task manager, of course, make sense. With it, you can see which apps are currently running and how much memory and CPU time they need. Apps you here who take a lot of computing power of the CPU to complete, you should consider whether it is justified in relation to the benefits. When one gambles much a game, it takes a lot of CPU time, that's clear, but if an app that is rarely used, is constantly running in the background, then that is a sign that you should remove them.downloadQR codeSystem Panel App / Task ManagerDeveloper: NextApp, Inc.Price: 2.39 €
In addition to the active and service processes is therefore always looks in a Task Manager inactive. Do not worry: These use any extra energy as I said, Android holds just in RAM to load them later faster. If an active app requires a lot of RAM, which is not bad in general, but it can lead to inactive thrown apps from the store, so as not to slow down the phone.
The service processes are services that run in the background and have currently open not have its own UI. These include Facebook, WhatsApp, etc. When they are "kills" manually, they are loaded again and again. An off does not increase the battery life, but reduced in contrast.
In the app SystemPanel I most personally think you can also very beautiful the consumption of individual apps over a certain period of time display:
But unfortunately, the app shows "only" how much CPU time certain applications have needed. That's not meaningful enough for us.
How you can still save significantly more battery to the reading Wakelocks, we look at on the next page using various auxiliary tools for smartphones.