Does your Samsung Galaxy J7 MAX battery drain very fast? Or does your Galaxy J7 MAX overheat? Overheating and battery drain are common problems among Galaxy J7 MAX users. However, there are a few things that you can try to do to fix the issue. Sometimes the draining is a direct result of apps installed on your device. It could be that you have not optimized your battery settings and other settings on your device for optimal performance.
Over the next few minutes, you learn what to do if your Galaxy J7 MAX battery drains fast. So, read on for all the possible causes and solutions to your problem. We begin with the battery draining issue and the possible causes and fixes, after which, we talk about overheating issues and the possible causes and fixes for that problem in the second section.
METHOD 1: CHANGE GALAXY J7 MAX SETTINGS TO EXTEND BATTERY LIFE
Turn off the automatic brightness feature. Set the brightness to a lower setting manually (not so low that you can hardly see the screen). Turning your Galaxy S3 display brightness down is an easy way to improve battery life. The next thing to do is limit location services. One of the most power consuming features of the Galaxy S3 is the GPS location services.
Your Galaxy J7 MAX uses Location Services for more than just Google Maps. Social networking apps like Facebook, Twitter, and even WhatsApp make use of the GPS functionality of your Galaxy J7 MAX, which in turn drains your battery even more.
And, while location services are useful, limiting those settings boosts battery life To restrict the location services on you Samsung Galaxy J7 MAX, do the following:
CONTINUE TWEAKING GPS SETTINGS TO IMPROVE YOUR GALAXY j7 MAX BATTERY LIFE
Go into Settings > Location > Mode and you will find three options: High Accuracy, which uses GPS, Wi-Fi, and the mobile network to determine your position, which in turn uses quite a lot of power to do so; Battery Saving which, as the name suggests, reduces battery drain; and Device Only, which only uses the onboard GPS.
You can also turn off location services altogether, but of course, that then limits your devices capabilities. You can adjust the settings to your liking. I use the battery saving option, unless I am out for a jog or walk, in which case I will momentarily use the High Accuracy setting.