The battery life of any smartphone or tablet is undoubtedly one of the biggest issues when evaluating the quality of mobiles. And you certainly know how WiFi signals or network scanning consume a lot of energy. Usage of WiFi is increasing as it’s faster and cheaper. It’s hard to find a place nowadays where there are no WiFi hotspot. But know that even when the screen of your Android is off, your gadget continues using location features and other background sync using WiFi Signal which consumes lots of battery. If you use WiFi all day long, then you can save some battery juice by optimizing WiFi. Follow this tutorial and you will be able to optimize battery usage on your Android smartphone or tablet for WiFi.
At first, go to Settings and then tap on Wi-Fi.
For those who have not, for whatever reason, a lot of intimacy with the Android operating system, this step may mean a surprise: if you touch the column located on the right corner of the screen, symbolized by three dots square stacked five new options will appear. To disable the search for WiFi signals when the device is not being used, tap on the Advanced options, the next screen will show all your wireless connections.
In the opened window after selecting the Advanced options, several settings will be listed. At this point, select the Keep Wi-Fi on during sleep.
For the service to be disabled at times when no function is assigned to the device, select the Never (increases data usage) option. This command will optimize energy savings, since now the WiFi is turned off during periods of inactivity mobile.