Disable Galaxy S9 Plus “Apps are using battery” Annoying Notification
Samsung’s Galaxy S9 is officially on sale, so we ran through its best software features and even took a look at a few hidden things you might not know about. A new phone is always exciting, but there are a few annoying issues with any device. One such issue is the persistent Android System notifications in Android Oreo on the Galaxy S9.
The Android 8.1 Oreo notification shadow or interface tells the user about all the background apps consuming the battery, yet this comes as no surprise. We all know that all apps will consume the battery while we are using it. Is this a problem as long as the handset is a new one or do you want to enjoy it as much as possible?
If you are not bothered about the background apps that are consuming your battery’s juice (at least not at the moment), then let me tell you that there is a pretty easy for you to disable this notification.
Don’t you know what to do or where to start from? Here’s the detailed operation:
How to Disable Galaxy S9 Plus “Apps are using battery” Annoying Notification:
- Start by swiping down the notification shade;
- After doing that, you must swipe right on the notification that says “X Apps are Using Battery”;
- At this point, you should see a Settings cog icon to the left. Tap on that Settings cog to access your notification settings for your Galaxy S9 Plus device;
- Once you’re in the App Notifications settings, scroll to find a Apps consuming battery setting somewhere down in the list of all the system’s notifications;
- Then, the final step is to simply turn it off.
And that’s all for this time. If you have any concerns regarding this guide, do let me know in the below comments box. Or you may use the contact form if you are shy and don’t want to share your issue this way. In any case, I am here to do my best to help you!