06-03-2022 12:09 AM - last edited 06-03-2022 12:12 AM
06-03-2022 01:25 AM in
06-03-2022 05:22 AM in
Please use your phone as normal and then when the battery % is low go into your phone's Device Care section and tap on tbe Battery Section.
There it will list all the apps that have been using your battery.
Please screenshot that page with also using the scroll capture so all the page is captured, and then upload that screenshot into your thread here.
In the interim here are some settings I use on my Samsung Galaxy s²² Ultra 256gb.
Daily Driver > Samsung Galaxy s²³ Ultra 512Gb in Phantom Black.
The advice I offer is my own and does not represent Samsung’s position.
I'm here to help. " This is the way. "
06-03-2022 10:08 AM in
@Mezzz: If you have only been using your Galaxy S22 Ultra for a week, then it is likely that it is still learning your usage patterns for better optimisation. If you head to Settings > Battery and Device Care > Battery, and look to the bottom right of the usage graph, does it mention that it is learning your usage patterns? If so, you should expect to see an improvement to your overall battery life in the coming days.
06-03-2022 10:57 AM in