MIUI 12 is the latest edition of the Xiaomi’s MIUI skin generation. It’s also worth mentioning that the MIUI 12 is a newly released version by Xiaomi and the successor of the MIUI 11. As this is a successor version, it has plenty of new features and additional improvements that you won’t find on MIUI 11. Now, talking about the MIUI 12 features and we don’t tell about the all-new Ultra Battery Saver Mode, that’s not gonna happen. This new feature is a game-changing one for most of the hardcore Xiaomi and Redmi device users. Here we’ve shared the brief details on how to enable MIUI 12 ultra battery saver mode on any of your Xiaomi devices.
This feature not only brings better power management but also improves battery usage by eliminating background running tasks. Your device won’t get unnecessary notifications, synchronization, and more. That means you will get a nice screen on time on the standby mode for more than a day very easily. It will only allow the 6 non-essential apps according to the user’s preference and restricts the background services.
However, users can easily access and perform calls, text messages, network usage, contacts, camera, etc. You can choose any of the 6 apps whether stock apps or third-party apps. The Ultra Battery Saver Mode offers up to 25 times for the standby mode than the normal mode. That’s a lot of juice which can be used in other tasks and definitely you will become worry-free. In order to enable this mode, you can check out the steps below.
How To Enable MIUI 12 ‘Ultra Battery-Saver’ mode
- Open the MIUI Security app -> Tap on Battery -> Enable Ultra Battery Saver mode.
- Swipe down the Control Center -> Tap on Ultra Battery Saver icon. If the Control Center doesn’t have this mode, you can either add it to the shortcuts or directly use it from the Security app.
- You’re done.
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