The Galaxy S9 is a smartphone that just oozes productivity together with its very fine craftsmanship.
But when you’re getting notifications like the “<number> apps are using battery” notification it kinda defeats the whole purpose of staying productive and remaining focused on your work.
In this guide I’ll show you how you can get rid of the ‘Apps are using battery’ notification on Galaxy S9 (you can always enable it back at anytime if you wish to) so that you get a peace of mind. 🙂
How to Get Rid of ‘Apps are using Battery’ Notification on Galaxy S9: 3 Steps
Step 1: Go ahead and swipe down for your notifications shade from the top of your screen, and then swipe right on the “<number> Apps are using battery” notification.
Step 2: Now you should see a Settings cog icon to the left. Tap on that Settings cog to access your notification settings for your Galaxy S9.
Step 3: Once you’re in the App Notifications settings, scroll a little down to find a Apps consuming battery setting somewhere down in the list of all the system’s notifications. All you have to do is just turn it off.
You won’t be disturbed with ‘Apps are using battery’ notification ever again (unless of course you enable it back). 🙂
Share this guide with anyone or whether they’re your friends or your family and help them if they’re looking to get rid of the intrusive “Apps are using battery” notification on their Galaxy S9.