1. acles003's Avatar
    All the time?

    I have it on 95% of the time. Set it to "immediately".

    Only way I have found to make it last through the day at work.

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    10-05-2015 08:00 AM
  2. chezm's Avatar
    No because it disables vibrate and I need that for typing, especially all the writing I do for work. Otherwise I would leave it on but honestly don't notice much of a diff when its on.

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    10-05-2015 08:11 AM
  3. Mike McQuaid's Avatar
    No because it disables vibrate and I need that for typing, especially all the writing I do for work. Otherwise I would leave it on but honestly don't notice much of a diff when its on.

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    I leave it on all the time and I still have vibrate on my key lad when I type.

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    10-05-2015 08:35 AM
  4. jstwondrng's Avatar
    Most definitely! I don't see much of a difference keeping it on rather than not. I have about 75% power left at the end of the day, even using the phone throughout the day.

    J
    10-05-2015 09:17 AM
  5. chezm's Avatar
    I leave it on all the time and I still have vibrate on my key lad when I type.

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    Opps, i made a mistake. I like the heptic feedback from the capacitive buttons which get disabled...thats what i meant.
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    10-05-2015 10:22 AM
  6. takehiro12's Avatar
    I leave it off. The few times I've used it, I find the phone becomes annoyingly laggy. Honestly it didn't make a huge difference and battery life has not been an issue for me.
    10-05-2015 03:34 PM
  7. Snappy Phoenix's Avatar
    Why would anyone in his right mind buy a high end smart phone and use it with power saving mode which cripples the CPU performance and everything else? Might as well just go and buy a used Galaxy S3 if you want to run your S6 in power saving mode all the time.

    The reason this mode is there if you know you are going on a long trip with no charger around or need it to last a bit longer but not to use as a daily thing.
    10-05-2015 07:33 PM
  8. acles003's Avatar
    Why would anyone in his right mind buy a high end smart phone and use it with power saving mode which cripples the CPU performance and everything else? Might as well just go and buy a used Galaxy S3 if you want to run your S6 in power saving mode all the time.

    The reason this mode is there if you know you are going on a long trip with no charger around or need it to last a bit longer but not to use as a daily thing.
    Because when I leave it off, my phone is constantly warmer than normal and I feel like the battery dies faster.

    I do it out of necessity not because I love using a crippled phone.

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    10-07-2015 05:21 PM

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