Battery saver mode in Android Oreo : Android Oreo was one of the most friendly developer’s versions of Android Operating System. Android Oreo also is known to be as Android “O” and Google launched this software. The new version has a ton of new features and optimizations. For the users using ADB commands Android Oreo has the availability of multiple customizability options. Battery saver mode on Android is quite effective with the extension of battery life from background services, disabling animations, and performing various tweaks. Today by this blog you may have the detailed information about how to customize battery saver mode in Android Oreo.
What does Battery Saver Mode do?
Battery saver mode was added by Google for Android with the Android version 5.0 Lollipop. For the modern Android devices, you can prolong your battery life by a single click when the battery is almost dead. Manually you can enable the Battery Saver Mode.
When you enable Battery Saver mode automatically Android will decrease your device performance to save battery power. So that this performs quite less and stays the battery longer. Location services are disabled because where it consumes more amount of battery. If you enable the Battery Saver mode even though the life of a battery is great can have significant downsides or drawbacks.
Customize battery saver mode in Android Oreo:
Battery Saver Mode in Android Oreo can help to the users for saving battery by disabling, tweaking, from the device settings. A basic requirement is needed to optimize the settings. For changing the settings users can disable the vibration while the phone is on/off process. When animation is not needed you can disable from settings. When the battery of the phone is running at 15% tweaking settings can be used.
This method requires a Minimal ADB and Fastboot drivers are required to install on your PC. Follow these steps for enabling battery saver mode in Android Oreo.
- Open “Settings”.
- Scroll down to “System settings”.
- Click to open “Developer options” from the system and enable the “USB Debugging”.
- Now connect your device to PC and launch the ADB shell.
- Type the following commands to customize battery saver mode.
- To enable/disable vibrations in battery saver mode you are required to set vibration_disabled to “false”.
- To enable animation set animation_disabled to “false” command.
- To disable the brightness dim change adjust_brightness_disabled to “true” command.
- The user has to run the commands by connection device with ADB.
How to change Battery Saver settings?
For enabling vibrations, animations and to disable the brightness whenever you turn on battery saver mode then follow this task. You need not follow this steps to setup or enable battery saver mode.
- Go to the command prompt on your PC and type “adb shell”.
- The device name should be listed to optimize the battery saver mode.
- You should pick the three changes to achieve the changes replace the code as settings put global battery_saver_constants_ “vibrations_disabled=false, animation_disabled=false, adjust_brightness_disabled=true”.
- From the above code, the boolean value is replaced with True/False.
- Once if the above command is executed users need to disconnect the device from PC.
- Restart your device now.
- After restarting your phone click to enable “Battery saver mode” on Android Oreo version.
- Now you can see that your phone vibrates, animations are enabled and brightness doesn’t dim anymore after entering the commands for turning on the battery saver mode in Android Oreo.
Battery saver changes on a Rooted device:
If you have root on your device it is possible to edit these settings. If your device is rooted with Magisk or SuperSu you can run same commands from the app Termux by the above syntax itself.
The information that I have mentioned here might be helpful for customizing the battery saver mode on Android Oreo. If you have any doubts regarding this can comment us below.