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(bouncy music) – Hey, everybody. David and David herefrom PayetteForward.com and UpPhone.com, and in thisvideo we’re going to tell you about some Android settingsto turn off immediately. We have a Samsung GalaxyS10 running Android 10. If you have a different phone,different operating system, it might look a little bit different but the settings are all the same. – Everything we’re goingto talk about today is designed to either take the load off your phone’s processor whichis going to speed it up or it’s going to save yourbattery life; both good things. – Yep. – Or it’s going to increaseyour personal privacy which is also a bigconsideration nowadays. – Yes. – So we need to go to theSettings app to get started. – Right, so to do that, swipe down from the top of the screen there. I have the Settings app here. If you don’t see theSettings app in this menu just go to search and typein Settings.
There it is. I’m just going to tap on that.We are in the Settings app. First thing we’re going to turnoff is Nearby device scanning. – Nearby device scanning doeswhat it sounds like it does. Your phone is constantlysearching for other devices that are nearby that itmight want to connect to. It can really drain your battery life. – [David] Yep, so we’lltap on Connections. We will tap on Moreconnection settings here and then Nearby device scanning, tap that switch, turn it off. – Next we’re going to talkabout how to choose which apps you want to allow to continueto run in the background of your phone even whenyou’re not using it. Pretty easy to get there.- Mhm. – We need to enable developer mode though. So, let’s do that. – [David] So we go back to themain page of the Settings app and scroll all the way downto About phone, tap on that. – [David] Then tap onSoftware information.
Now tap on Build number seven times. – [David] One, two, three,four, five, six, seven. – [David] Then enter yourPIN or your passcode. – [David] Developer mode hasbeen turned on, excellent! – [David] Alright, so we’regoing to go back to the main page of the Settings app.- [David] Back, back. So now you’ll see developeroptions underneath About phone. Tap on developer options. – [David] And we’re going toscroll down to Background check. – [David] Background check. – [David] It’s under the Apps section. – [David] Under the Apps section. Lot of stuff in here, lot of cool stuff. There it is, Apps. – [David] Background check. – [David] Background check, tap. – In this list, go throughand pay specific attention to which ones have atime amount underneath because it shows you howlong ago that app or service used the processor on your phone.
This can use cellular data but it also, it’s just going to drain your battery. – Alright. – [David] So if there’sanything in this list, especially things that havebeen using it like Bixby Voice. – [David] Let’s just tapthat switch, turn it off. – [David] Turn it rightoff, let’s go down the list. Anything that you don’t recognizein here that doesn’t need to be updating in the background when you’re not using your phone like Galaxy Essentials Widget,let’s turn that thing off. – [David] Turn it off. – Just turn it off.- Yep. – You can always comeback here and turn it on if something doesn’t work…- Yep, that’s it. – …the way you expect to. Next we’re going to turn offUsage and diagnostic information.
So this is informationthat’s getting sent to Google or to Android developers in the background when you’re not using your phone. – Mhm. – Burning through — Battery life. So let’s go back to the mainpage of the settings app. Tap, tap, here we goand then tap on Google. Then tap on the three dots in the upper right handcorner of the screen. And tap Usage & diagnostics. Here you’ll see a nice littleswitch, it’s On right now, just tap it, now it’s off. – Save some battery life,save some cellular data. – [David] Easy.- [David] Why not? Next we’re going to talk aboutturning off ads personalization. – Mhm.