Turn on Battery Saver on Pixel 3 Device (by yourself or not)
Do you remember what happened three months ago? Several Google Pixel owners noticed that the software’s Battery Saver feature had been switched on all by itself. This happened when the phones were near a full charge, not when the battery was low which makes it all even stranger. However, the mystery was solved. This had to do with an internal experiment to test battery saving features. This was mistakenly rolled out to more users than intended, but many loved it and decided to go for the Battery Saver all the time.
Do you also want to enjoy it on your Pixel 3? I was just thinking of that too! To save power with battery saver, your Pixel phone will do a few things that will definitely make a difference. It indeed disables or modifies settings upon reaching the specified battery power level, but this is what you want, right?
I am talking about stop using the Location services when your screen is off or waiting until you look at an app to refresh its content, like email or news. Even more, your Pixel will stop apps from doing things in the background, unless you turn off battery optimization, of course. Don’t you want all these as soon as possible? Choose one of these two options right away:
Turn on Battery Saver on Pixel 3 Device by yourself:
- Swipe down from the top of your phone’s screen;
- Then, just tap Battery saver and you are good to go. Do you see how simple it was?
Don’t you have time to always do that? You are not the only one complaining about the lack of time, so let me come with a second procedure. This will definitely help you:
Automatically Turn on Battery Saver on Pixel 3 Device:
- At first, you have to open your phone’s Settings app;
- Tap Battery and then Battery saver;
- Then, hit the option that says Turn on automatically;
- Now, you just need to pick when battery saver will turn on. For example, at 15% charge or 20% charge.