How to fix battery drain issue after installing One UI update Android 9 Pie

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The issue does not seem to be affecting all users who have installed the latest update and Samsung hasn’t yet addressed the issue hence we believe the problem might be fixable.

Nonetheless, if you’re facing the same issue on your device after installing the latest Samsung One UI update, then here are a few possible solutions that might help you solve the problem on your device.

How to fix battery drain issue after latest One UI update

These solutions may or may not work for you; however, it’s worth giving a shot at especially since Samsung hasn’t addressed the issue yet and we aren’t sure if there’s going to be a fix for the issue anytime soon.

Solution 1: Put high-battery using apps to sleep

One of the major causes of battery drain often is rogue apps which constantly run in the background and quickly gulp all the battery juice on the device. This is why you should check to see if any application is draining more battery than usual and put the app to sleep or simply uninstall the app.

  1. Go to Settings and open up Device care.
  2. Tap on Battery and then check the first few apps at the top of the list to see if any application is draining an unusual amount of the battery.
  3. If you spot an app draining the battery, simply tap on the application and then toggle on the Put app to sleep option. This would prevent the app from running in the background.
  4. You could also take it a step further and uninstall the application entirely from your device.
    • Go to Settings > Apps > App draining battery > Uninstall.
  5. With the rogue app put to sleep or uninstalled, the battery drain issue should now be fixed.

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