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How to use Android Pies' Dark Mode to save battery life



Android users have been asking Google for years to add a dark theme or a dark mode to the mobile platform. With Android Oreo, Google added a dark mode, which was activated based on the background used. Google then removed the feature and said it was accidentally released. Starting with Android Pie not only is the Dark Mode back, but there is also a manual way to switch to it when needed.

Why would you like to use a dark mode on your Android device outside of your look? According to Google the battery life is saved. It turns out that the entire empty space used by Google (and Apple) in recent years uses more power, which in turn drains the battery. A darker interface requires less power and less load on the battery.

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The process depends on your device. In general, however, you must do the following: Open the settings and select Display . Then tap Advanced and scroll down until you find Device theme . Tap it, followed by Dark . Now when you see your app tray or quick-setting card (swipe down from the top of the screen), the camera is in dark mode.

Samsung's One interface, which includes Android Pie, is now deployed on some devices now. To enable Dark Mode for devices with a user interface, you must switch to Settings > Display > Night Mode and toggle the switch "Turn On Now" in the Move the "On" position.

Each device manufacturer has a different method of implementing a dark mode. For example, Samsung uses the dark mode for all its own apps. Third-party apps, such as Chrome or Gmail, do not reflect the setting.


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