By default, all Android smartphones, including the Google Pixel, offer a “saved” mode.
This is a mode that can be turned off, but not turned on, to limit the time and energy it takes for your phone to load apps, sync with other services, and sync data.
It’s an easy way to speed up your device’s battery life, but if you’re like most people, you might want to turn it on in order to avoid a frustrating wait for a call or text.
Unfortunately, there’s no easy way for Android users to disable saved mode completely.
The best way to disable it, however, is to install the Google Play Developer Toolkit, which can do just that.
That toolkit, along with Android’s official Android Developer Toolbox, allow you to enable and disable the “saves” feature from within the Android interface.
Here are a few tricks you can use to do just this on your Android phone.1.
Launch the Android launcher.
To open the Android Launcher, go to Settings > Applications > Google Play > Developer Toolset.
Click the Advanced tab.
Scroll down to the “Saved Mode” section.
Tap the Enable button.2.
Enable the “save” mode from within your Android app.
Google Play provides instructions on how to do this.3.
Open your Google Play account.
Open the Developer Tool Suite.
From the left navigation bar, click Settings > Accounts > Google Account > Google.
Under the “Developer Toolset” tab, click the Advanced button.
Click “Turn on saved mode.”4.
Go back to the settings menu and turn the “Save” option on.
If you’re using an Android phone with an unlocked bootloader, you can also enable the save mode in the Settings app.5.
Restart your phone.
The Google Play app should now automatically turn on saved state on your phone when you start it up.
You’ll notice a new Google Play button in the bottom left corner.
Tap it to begin the process.6.
Enjoy your Android device’s “saving” mode!
If you find yourself getting stuck with a delay when trying to call your friends or email, try turning it off.
If it works, you’ll need to restart your phone, but you should have it set up and running properly by now.