On the Samsung Galaxy S20, S10, S9 some apps within the Android operating system are put into so-called deep standby. This helps to save battery power and is a sensible regulation that has to be activated in the settings of many apps.
In the following we would like to explain to you how to activate the "Standby for unused apps" function within the Android battery settings on the Samsung Galaxy S20, S10, S9 and how to check apps that are affected.
Putting apps into deep sleep - Instructions
1. Start from the home screen and open the settings.
2. Continue to "Device maintenance".
3. Then select "Battery".
4. Go to "Power Management of Apps".
5. Activate the slider for "Standby for unused apps" under "Advanced".
This now puts apps into deep sleep when they are not used for a while.
Check apps that are offset in "Deep Standby
If you now want to check which apps have been put into deep sleep, you will see this, also in this submenu. Select "Apps in deep standby".
You will now see a list with all apps that have been put into deep sleep. You can now remove them from the list if necessary.
Now you know the procedure to put unneeded apps into deep standby, so that they no longer need battery power.