It has been discovered that one of the new flagship features of One UI 6.1 is currently hidden within the current version, One UI 6.0.
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With the launch of the Galaxy S24, Samsung has introduced several innovative features that could extend to older Galaxy devices through the One UI 6.1 update.
Some of these new features, including advanced battery health protection measures, have been leaked, and the good news is that you don’t have to wait for One UI 6.1 to take advantage of them. Of course, we will tell you how you can unlock this feature; you just need to follow the steps outlined below.
One UI 6.1 Battery Protection Features on Phones with One UI 6.0
It is possible to access the One UI 6.1 battery protection features on Galaxy phones and tablets running One UI 6.0. According to information from Sabarinath Panikken via Tarun Vats, these new battery protection features can be activated through a third-party app.
To start, it is essential to download and install the ActivityManager app from the Google Play Store (We will leave the link at the end). Afterward, when searching for BatteryProtectionActivity within the app, a range of options opens up. By enabling battery protection, users can choose from three modes: Basic Protection, Adaptive Protection, and Maximum Protection.
It’s worth mentioning that these features are in development and may not work well in all cases.
- Basic Protection, for example, allows charging the battery to 100% and stops charging until the level drops to 95%. This cycle repeats until the device is unplugged from the charger, providing an essential form of battery health protection.
- In the case of Adaptive Protection, charging stops when it reaches 80% and resumes just before the user wakes up. This feature adapts according to the device’s sleep habits and usage patterns, offering moderate protection.
- The Maximum Protection option, on the other hand, limits charging to 80%, providing maximum long-term battery health protection, albeit sacrificing some immediate battery runtime. This initiative from Samsung demonstrates its commitment to battery sustainability and gives users more options to customize charge management on their existing Galaxy devices.
Note: This content has been translated with an artificial intelligence tool, so the translation may be slightly inaccurate. The original version written by our editor is the the Spanish version