[Tutorial] how to save its battery to each standby

Doze. For lovers of Android you are, this word is not unknown. It is a function with the latest version of the OS to the Green robot, 6.0 Marshmallow . When your mobile/tablet is asleep and motionless for at least 30 minutes, the exchange of application data (via 2G, 3G, 4G, or Wi – Fi) is cut off to save the battery. The Doze application uses this principle greatly improving.

first, Doze activates as soon as the screen goes to sleep, not after 30 minutes of stillness. Then it is compatible with Android 4.1 and higher, or almost 95% of devices in circulation. Finally, it proposes a continuous mode to work even when the mobile is used.

you can of course exclude some applications of the device (e-mail, mail…) and continue to receive important notifications. The Doze app, which does not disable your connection works by creating a VPN (Virtual Private Network), but not in the usual sense. Here, your data do not go through a “tunnel” external. It is a simple barrier that blocks access to the networks. So rest assured: your data do not go on the servers of the developers of Doze. If you take the time to configure it well, Doze can almost double your battery life.

and with Marshmallow:

Doze is not incompatible with the eponymous system of the latest version of android. the two Doze can even work together to maximize the battery savings. You have no special precautions to take. Configure the application Doze by following our tutorial and forget there!

Doze and energy saving, same fight?

introduced with android 5.0 Lollipop, battery saver is a fairly radical solution, since it cuts all connections or almost, while reducing the performance of your device. The Doze application not cutting. It prevents the apps to access the network to Exchange data, without turning off the Wi – Fi or 3 G / 4 G. Your device remains more functional.

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