The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is, without a doubt, Samsung’s finest smartphone ever. The Fourth gen of the Note series, Samsung has improved the line in ways that other OEMs can only imagine. For every mistake Samsung makes in their Galaxy S series, they look to rectify them in the Note, making it the genuine Samsung flagship. The Note 4 is a real beast. Once you get your hands on this device, you’re planning to come across a variety of features that won’t allow you to get your hands off from Samsung’s latest and the best era in the Galaxy Note series so much. While you’re looking at the cool features and making the best use of your Note 4, you may worry about your device battery, that will be consumed up by certain apps and specific features of the device. Often, you will have to plug in the charger and then wait for hours and get your device charged and only then you’ll be able to continue what you were before doing in your device, but waiting for a long time may wipe out the beauty of using the device. It seems like Samsung doesn’t want the users to think bad about the battery life and a perfect job has been completed by Samsung in the Galaxy Note 4.
The Galaxy Note 4 comes with a new feature known as “Fast Charging Mode” and the device gets delivered with an Adaptive Fast Charger in the box. The fast charging mode takes the device from 0 to 50% within half an hour and takes the battery to 100% in one hour. This function happens to be pretty much helpful when you are running short of the time you need a quick boost to your device battery life. Allowing it 1 hour having the charger plugged in won’t be a big issue. By normal, the Fast Charging mode is enabled on the device and you’ll find it working when you plug in the battery charger for the very first time, but just in case you have received it disabled for some reason and you now you don’t know from where you can enable it again, you will have to find it and enable it this step by step guide below.
Enable Fast Charging Mode On Galaxy Note 4 Step by Step:
Step 1: Go to Galaxy Note 4 Settings.
Step 2: In Settings, go to System.
Step 3: Under System, tap “Power Saving”.
Step 4: Under Power Saving the third option should be “Fast Charging”, check the small box.
Step 5: That’s it, You’ve enabled it now.
Step 6: Now plug in the data cable connected to the battery charger.
Step 7: Ensure that you’re using the original charger & original cable that shipped along with the smartphone, otherwise you won’t locate the fast charging mode working on your Galaxy Note 4. As soon as the data cable is plugged in, a message will display in the status bar “Fast charger connected”.
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