Turning OFF The Background Apps In Samsung Galaxy Note 8

If you are a Samsung Galaxy Note 8 owner and it has been running slow for a while, or the battery does not last, this could be as a result of apps running in the background. Apps like email, social media apps, and the internet always update regularly and automatically, and they depend solely on the battery of the Galaxy Note 8.

It’s always better to manually update these apps when you feel like to save the battery life on your Samsung Galaxy Note 8. Follow these steps:

 

How to close and disable background data for all services:

  1. Switch on the Samsung Note 8
  2. Locate settings and tap on the Data usage feature.
  3. Open the context menu by tapping on the three dots on the upper right corner of the screen
  4. Uncheck “Auto sync data.”
  5. Select Ok

 

How to close background applications on Galaxy Note 8:

  1. Switch on the Samsung Note 8
  2. Select the Recent apps button from the home screen
  3. Select the Active app’s icon
  4. Select End next to the required application. Or you can choose End all
  5. If prompted, Select OK

 

How to disable background data for Twitter:

  1. Switch on the Samsung Note 8
  2. From the settings menu, select Accounts
  3. Select Twitter
  4. Uncheck the “Sync Twitter” option.

 

Facebook requirements dictate you to disable background data from their menus by following these instructions:

  1. Switch on the Samsung Note 8
  2. Go to the Facebook settings menu
  3. Click “Refresh Interval.”
  4. Select ‘Never.’

 

How to disable background data for Gmail and other Google services:

  1. Switch on the Samsung Note 8
  2. From the settings menu, select Account
  3. Click on Google
  4. Choose the name of your account
  5. Uncheck the particular Google services you wish to disable in the background