Whenever your smartphone’s battery goes down, the power saving mode always helps to save some amount of battery life to keep the device alive for some more time. Similarly, Google has integrated Power Saving mode on its latest Android Wear 2.0 Smartwatch OS to save some extra power to keep the watch awake until you connect it to the charger.

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It was struggled task to enable power saving mode on the previous version of Android Wear as it was hidden deep inside the Wi-Fi settings. But, with Android Wear 2.0,  Google has made it easier to turn on battery save mode to improve battery life. Once you enable power saving mode on Android Wear 2.0, it will turn off Always-on screen and dim the brightness of your smartwatch to liven up for a long day. Let see how to do it now!

How to Turn ON Power Saving Mode on Android Wear 2.0

How to Enable/Disable Power Saving Mode on Android Wear 2.0

Note: These steps have been tried on Huawei Watch 2 running Android Wear 2.0. Other smartwatches may have different steps.

Step #1. Wake up and unlock your smartwatch running Android Wear 2.0.

Step #2. Press the power button to get application menu.

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Step #3. Scroll down and choose Battery.

Step #4. Next, turn the toggle ON next to Smart Power Saving.

Step #5. Now you get the alert that says the Always-on screen will be disabled and the brightness will be dimmed. Scroll the message up a little bit and tap on [✓] right icon at the right bottom corner.

You’re done!

Now the power saving mode is enabled on your Android Wear 2.0 smartwatch.

You can also turn on Watch mode below the Smart Power Saving to save some more battery life. We hope now your smartwatch stay awake with you a whole day.

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Hope you followed the above steps carefully and enabled power saver mode on Android Wear 2.0. Even after putting your smartwatch in power saver mode, if your smartwatch’s battery is still not improving, then you can also try some solutions to fix Android Wear 2.0 battery drain problem. Have feedback? Tell us in the comments or on Facebook, Twitter, and Google Plus.