How to Extend Battery Performance on Your Moto G6 Play (XT19229) | AT&T Wireless

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How to Extend Battery Performance on Your Moto G6 Play (XT19229) | AT&T Wireless

Battery Tips: Charge the Device.
Use the original charger to maintain optimal battery performance over the life of the device.
The battery comes partially charged.
When new, a fully discharged battery requires up to minutes to charge from to and up to minutes to charge from to You can use the device while charging. Battery life and charge cycles vary by use and settings.
While charging, the Charging icon will be displayed in the notification bar.
The device has a standby time of up to days and a use talk time of up to hours.
View Battery Usage.
To view the device's battery usage, swipe down from the notification bar, then select the Settings icon.
Select "Battery".
The apps and features that are consuming battery will be displayed at the bottom of the screen.
To view the battery usage details of a particular app or feature, scroll to and select the desired app or feature.
Conserve Battery Life.
To turn on battery saver mode, from the battery screen, select the "Battery saver" switch.
You can also conserve battery life by adjusting the device's Display settings.
From the Settings screen, select "Display".
Select the "Adaptive brightness" switch to disable auto brightness.
Select "Brightness level".
Then set the brightness slider to a lower brightness setting.
To turn off live wallpapers, from the Display screen, select "Wallpaper", then navigate to and select the desired option that is not a live wallpaper.
To set a shorter screen timeout, from the Display screen, select "Advanced", then select "Sleep".
Select the desired option.
Disable features when not in use to help conserve battery life.
From the home screen, swipe down from the notification bar twice.
If enabled, select Wi-Fi and Bluetooth to turn them off.
From the Settings screen, select "Security and location", scroll to and select "Location".
Select the "Location" switch to disable location services.
To turn off auto sync, from the Settings screen, select "Users and accounts", select the "Automatically sync data" switch.
Select "OK".
If disabling auto-sync, remember to turn it back on to allow apps to download new emails or social media posts.
To disable apps from auto updating, from the home screen, select the Play Store App, select the Menu icon, then select "Settings".
Select "Auto update apps", then select "Do not auto update" apps.
If you are traveling and do not have access to mobile or Wi-Fi networks, switch to Airplane Mode.
Swipe down from the notification bar twice, then swipe left.
Select the Airplane Mode icon.

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