Samsung’s proprietary skin for Android OS, One UI is popular for incorporating several clever features that are designed to make your Galaxy experience and life a whole lot easier. Some of them require a more detailed explanation than others, however, they are very few. In this article, you’ll get to have a closer look at an extremely handy One UI feature that can save not just data but battery life as well in just a few steps. This feature is called “Data Saver” and according to the description of this feature, once you’ve enabled it, this feature will cut down the data usage by preventing apps and other resources from consuming data in the background.
How to enable Data Saver on your Samsung Galaxy device
As usual, when you’re dealing with the features of One UI, the first thing that you’ll need to do is to open the Settings App on your Samsung Galaxy device. Then, you’ll need to follow these simple steps –
- Tap on “Connections”
- Then, Tap “Data Usage” before tapping on “Data Saver”
- Lastly, toggle the Data Saver to “ON” for enabling the features
Optionally, you can also tap “Allowed to use data while Data saver is on” before tapping individual switches to set exceptions for apps that should be affected by the Data Saver option once the feature is enabled.
Enabling Data saver on your Samsung Galaxy device can help you in managing your data consumption once your device is not connected to a Wi-Fi network. Further, it’ll help you improve your device’s battery life if you’re traveling and don’t have access to a charger near you. You should feel free to experiment with this exciting feature and you’re definitely bound to see positive results.