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S7 edge capacitive key lights

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Hi 

I have an s7 edge,and as I am trying to save as much battery as possible

My question is this is there a safe way to turn the lights of for the capacitive buttons at the bottom.

I've noticed activating power saving mode stops them from lighting up but surely there must be a manual way of doing this 

Thanks

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Superuser I
Superuser I
Hi

I didn't find a way when I owned the s7 edge but in all honesty they won't use that much juice.
People are more concerned over possible screen burn from them.

Current Phone ~

Samsung Note 9 Model: SM-N960 Dual Hybrid 512Gb_ Samsung One Ui / Pie.

Samsung Gear s3 Frontier Watch
Samsung Galaxy Tab A {2016}SM-T580

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Superuser I
Superuser I
Hi

I didn't find a way when I owned the s7 edge but in all honesty they won't use that much juice.
People are more concerned over possible screen burn from them.

Current Phone ~

Samsung Note 9 Model: SM-N960 Dual Hybrid 512Gb_ Samsung One Ui / Pie.

Samsung Gear s3 Frontier Watch
Samsung Galaxy Tab A {2016}SM-T580

Apprentice

The real problem here is that Samsung did not give us any GUI in the settings to control these buttons (turning light on/off and turning the actual buttons on/off). I have read that there was such a setting and that it was removed, but noone at Samsung Support knows about this and can give me an answer to why it was removed...

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Really strange move by Samsung and i cant help wondering if Samsung has thought about the many disabled persons who use this settings to help them with their phones.

Every maker of mobile phones has these settings today, but not Samsung in this model.

Such a strange move and not very clever decision to remove them

and you cant help wonder, why??

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