How To Save Battery Life When Playing Genshin Impact on any Android and ios Devices | 2022
Try out the battery saver mode
Different phones have different battery saver modes. In an iPhone the battery saver turns off some of the system’s visual effects, and cuts down background data. Google doesn’t really want you to use the battery saver mode it built into Android much. It restricts performance, background data and location services. And it also puts great big red bars on the top and bottom of the screen to remind you you’re using “rubbish” mode. A phone using battery saver does not look good.
However, Samsung, Sony and others put their own battery-saving modes into their phones. And they aren’t just made for emergencies. These, like iOS’s power mode, usually reduce performance, screen brightness and background processes. Switch it off before you start playing, but these modes can really improve how quickly the thing drains down normally. Most don’t feel like too much of a daily compromise either.
How to improve your iPhone’s Battery Life for Gaming?
Siri has been a savior in many situations, however, it is time to give her a break during our gaming periods. Gaming itself is a battery exhausting activity for any phone and Siri does not stop functioning when you are playing games. Turning it off will save the battery otherwise spent on Siri’s background activities.
To turn off Siri, go to Settings, followed by Siri and Search and disable options that do not serve your purpose at the moment.
Make sure Auto brightness is on or dim the screen
Make sure your phone is not set to a too-high brightness. If you find you constantly have to pull that slider down when at home, or indoors, make sure auto brightness is switched on in Settings. This uses an ambient light sensor on the front of the phone to judge how bright the screen needs to be.
Most of you probably use auto brightness already. Your other option is more painful: turn the brightness down pretty low, then back up when you want to play. If you have an Android phone, you can then put a brightness widget on your homescreen to give you backlight control without pulling down the control bar.
The other screen troubleshooter for improving your battery life is the time-out. This determines how long your screen stays lit after you stop using the phone. As standard it should be set to 30 seconds. The crucial part is making sure you didn’t increase this to several minutes, months ago, while you were using the phone to read a chilli recipe, and forgot to switch it back.
You can lower this below 30 secs too. But get lower than 15 seconds and you may find the aggressive time-out annoying. In both iPhones and Android you’ll find this control in the Display part of Settings.
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