Samsung’s latest devices Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus landed with some powerful and unique features. Well, there is also less known new feature added to alert a user about “apps are using battery” so that users can get the idea to improve battery life of Galaxy S9/S9+. However, some users have found it annoying and want to turn off persisting “apps are using battery” notification on Galaxy S9 or S9 Plus.

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Well, if you are one of them who got annoyed with continuing “apps are using battery” notification at the top of the screen and want to disable it, then it’s quite straightforward. You can directly do it from App notification settings. Let’s take a look at how you can disable “Apps Are Using Battery Notification” on Galaxy S9 and S9+.

How to Turn Off Apps Are Using Battery Notification on Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus

How to Disable Apps Are Using Battery Notification on Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus

Step #1. Swipe down the notification shade to get “apps are using battery” notification.

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Step #2. Once you see “(number of apps) apps are using battery,” just swipe right.

Step #3. Now you will see Settings icon; you need to tap it.

Step #4. Once you tap Settings icon, you will get the notification settings.

Step #5. Now scroll down to “App consuming battery” and turn off the slider.

Furthermore, you can also see lots of app notification settings over there. You can turn on/off that as well as per your preference.

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Once you disable “Apps Are Using Battery” notification on your S9 or S9 Plus, you will get your status bar or navigation bar clear. You can also use some of the best Galaxy S9/S9 Plus tips and tricks to learn more about the phone.

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