1. spasell's Avatar
    I use Shutapp to control and help battery life for rogue apps.

    I decided to White List Samsung Pay and noticed at bottom of screen what appears to be the very edge of a credit card. So I swiped up and there it was, my AMEX for Samsung Pay on the screen.

    Wondering if this is smart for battery life? NFC isn't running either.

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    10-28-2015 05:04 PM
  2. jmy7213's Avatar
    It only uses battery once you swipe up and get ready to use it. That's when it activates MST and NfC. The rest of the time when its hiding it doesn't use the battery. So its fine to white list it. If you don't allow it to lay dormant, you have to takr extra steps and time every time you goto use it.
    10-28-2015 05:29 PM
  3. spasell's Avatar
    It only uses battery once you swipe up and get ready to use it. That's when it activates MST and NfC. The rest of the time when its hiding it doesn't use the battery. So its fine to white list it. If you don't allow it to lay dormant, you have to takr extra steps and time every time you goto use it.
    OK. Cool. Thanks. I like the idea of just swiping up and its right there. Pretty damn cool. I used it twice today and one guy thought I was losing my mind until it worked. He was blown away

    Posted via the Android Central App
    10-28-2015 05:39 PM

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