These types of apps are particularly useful and this one in particular has a very good and easy-to-use interface. Aside from obvious benefit to your battery, it also helped prevent screen burn-in which is a major reason that I use it. In my experience that can be especially problematic on the keypad that displays when you type in text messages which may be present on your screen, static, for many many many many many hours, a sizable percentage of the entire lifespan of the device Here we provide Pixoff V 4.8.5 for Android 4.4++ Pixoff: Pixel OFF Save Battery
Saves battery with filter that turns off pixels
Saves battery by applying a filter that turns off pixels of screens, also incorporates the possibility of make a filter night decreasing so damaging blue light and you can further reduce battery consumption with facility to put a wallpaper to true black.
Screens doesn't have a backlight at all. Instead, each little sub-pixel is like a tiny red, blue, or green colored light. If the screen is instructed to display black, it doesn't need to block any light, it simply doesn't light up any of the little colored sub-pixels.
Black pixels save you a lot of power because those pixels can be turned completely off. There is a relationship between brightness and power, but to really save juice you need a true black.
How fix detected in Screen Overlay Android 6.0
In the version of Android 6.0 it is possible that in some app that screen is launched, to fix follow the instructions in the next video
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This is brilliant. Simply the most brilliant battery saving idea. I thought about something sort of like this, but I didn't think anyone would actually do it. Have not used it in tandem with Pokemon GO yet, but in theory it should solve one of the quickest battery draining quirks of the game - just rendering the whole thing. We will see.