How to Extend/Optimize Battery On Huawei Mate 30 / Mate 30 Pro

Recently, all Huawei phones have shown to carry some of the best battery endurance in the industry and Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro being the brand’s flagship, it is no different. However, even still, users want it to last further and for that there are some simple tips that can be followed. The large battery module and fast charging support really make the Mate 30, Mate 30 Pro a 1-day phone for power users and for the average person, it can even last up to 1.5 to 2 days on standard settings. However, with our guide ahead, you should be able to extend that even ahead. Follow the complete guide below in order to Extend/Optimize Battery On Huawei Mate 30 / Mate 30 Pro.

How to Extend/Optimize Battery On Huawei Mate 30 / Mate 30 Pro

#1. Turn off Power consumption alert per app:

This is located within individual app settings.
  1. Open Settings on your device
  2. Then go to Apps
  3. Select the relevant app, then, where applicable Power usage details
  4. Power consumption alert. Switching this off will stop the “!” battery alert popping up as a notification.

#2. Charge a Qi wireless device from the Mate 30 Pro:

You can place another wireless charging phone or device back-to-back with the Mate 30 Pro to pull some power from it.
  1. Open Settings on your device
  2. Tap on Battery
  3. Then go-to Wireless reverse charging
  4. It will remain active for three minutes before deactivating. We just wish it was better located, like an option within the settings shade.

#3. Battery optimization:

  1. Open Settings
  2. Then Battery
  3. There are four battery modes:
  • Normal. The default setting, which doesn’t throttle the CPU or background activity.
  • Performance. This maxes out performance potential, which will likely decrease battery life.
  • Power saving mode. Select this for a slight lift in battery life. It will limit background app activity, such as push notifications, and limit the CPU.
  • Ultra power-saving mode. For when battery life is really low as you’ll get more than double life from this setting. It sets the phone into a simple mode, with only basic call and SMS apps available. One for emergencies/festivals. It can also be activated from a swipe down from the top of the screen and selecting from the expanded shortcuts.

#4. Auto Launch / Run In Background / Launch by other apps:

You may wish to take full manual control of how an app launches and whether other apps can activate apps. Open Settings> Battery > App Launch. Select individual or batch select apps, where auto, secondary and run-in-background settings can be disabled individually.

#5. Darken Interface Colours:

An on/off toggle within the Battery settings – its darker palette extends battery life due to less screen brightness output.

#6. Show battery percentage remaining:

This is hidden, once within the Battery settings. Open Settings > Select Battery percentage and choose whether it does not show, shows next to battery icon, or inside battery icon. For The Latest Activities And News Follow Our Social Media Handles:

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