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How to get rid of ‘Apps Are Using Battery’ notification on Galaxy S9 & Galaxy S9 Plus? [Guide]

Purchasing a brand new smartphone like the Galaxy S9 and the Galaxy S9 Plus come with a wave a of new possibilities and lots of new features to try out. This will range from Samsung’s animated emoji to the variable aperture that can switch from f/1.5 to f/2.4 under certain lighting conditions. One of the things is the improved speed thanks to the latest Snapdragon 845 and Exynos 9810 chipsets.

How to get rid of ‘Apps Are Using Battery’ notification on Galaxy S9 & Galaxy S9 Plus?

However, as important as these small hardware changes are, what is also important is the software. Lots of times, you will find that users are receiving that irritating ‘Apps Are Using Battery’ notification when in fact the device is working perfectly fine.

If this notification continuously pops up on the Galaxy S9 or Galaxy S9 Plus, then there is a way to disable them and save you from the bulk of headaches that you normally encounter. Out of the box, the Galaxy S9 is running Android Oreo and continues to give the user those Android System notifications. If you want to disable these notifications, you can follow the steps given below.

How to disable ‘Apps Are Using Battery’ notification on the Galaxy S9?

After swiping down the notification panel, you will be able to swipe right on the ‘X Apps are Using Battery’ notification. This will reveal a Settings cog which you can tap to access the notification settings for Android System Settings. Tapping on the cog will bring you to the detailed notification settings.

From here, you can scroll down and find ‘Apps consuming battery’ in the list of system notifications. If you turn this off, you will stop seeing this notification for good. While this is good news for you, there other other notifications that cannot be disabled.

What notifications cannot be disabled?

Things like Wi-Fi status and missing SIM card notifications cannot be altered and it is something that you will have to live with for now. Still, you can follow the same steps given above and switch them to low priority so there are no interruptions in your workflow.

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M. Omer