How to get rid of the annoying “apps are using battery” notification in Samsung Galaxy S9

The most awaited Samsung’s flagship mobile, Galaxy S9 is officially on sale in Pakistan. We went through and checked out some of the Oreo software features on Samsung Galaxy S9. In the process, we found one recurring problem, which was Apps are using battery notification. It’s always exciting to get hold of a new mobile, however, each device comes with its pros and cons. Similarly is the case with Samsung S9 and new Android 8.1 Oreo software update.

If you are an Android user, then you might have noticed the new system notification interface in Samsung Galaxy S9. This new Android 8.1 Oreo notification shadow or interface tells the user about all the background apps consuming your battery.  Unfortunately, most of the users find these apps are using battery notification popup as annoying and unneeded. If you are not bothered about the background apps that are consuming your battery then there is a pretty easy for you to disable this notification.

Get rid of Apps are using battery notification in Galaxy S9

Click on your shadow notification panel and swipe it down. Now swipe right on the “X Apps are using battery” notification. This will redirect you to the settings area where you can click on the access notification settings for your Android System.

Tapping on the settings tab brings you to the detailed notification settings of the mobile — scroll down on the screen until you see the “Apps consuming battery” tab, in the list of Android system notifications. Here you can tap on this option and turn off this notification and voila you are good to go!

How to get rid of the annoying “apps are using battery” notification in Samsung Galaxy S9How to get rid of the annoying “apps are using battery” notification in Samsung Galaxy S9How to get rid of the annoying “apps are using battery” notification in Samsung Galaxy S9

Final Thoughts:

It is notable that there are quite a few settings that you cannot disable in Android Oreo, including Wi-Fi and missing SIM card notifications. Android 8.1 Oreo is a fairly new software update, let’s see what it has to offer as time passes.

Have you experienced any issue yet?

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