Samsung Galaxy S3: How to Change Email Check Frequency

One of the most common problem experienced by users of the Samsung Galaxy SIII is the poor battery life issue. This is caused mainly by the existing features and a huge screen owned by this phone that requires a lot of power to run. Fortunately, this phone was comes with a removable battery that will allow you to replace it with the new ones if it have a problem or broken.

See also: How to Insert and Remove Battery on Samsung Galaxy S3

In addition to replace with an extended battery, there are some ways that you can do to get better battery life, such as: using useful apps, turning off unused features, set the screen settings, etc.. Another thing you can also do to help prolong battery life is by changing the email syncing frequency becomes longer.


How to change the email check frequency?
When your phone checks for new email messages more frequently, then it will access the mobile network more often, means your phone will use more lot of battery consumption. Set this option down will help you to save more battery consumption and prolong your battery life. To do so following the steps below:
  1. Go to Apps through Home screen.
  2. Scroll to Email, then tap on it.
  3. Tap the Menu key.
  4. On the pop up menu select Settings.
  5. Tap the required email account you wish to change its syncing frequency.
  6. Tap Email check frequency.
  7. On the pop up menu select which option you wish to use, for example: Every hour. More rarely its frequency means save more battery consumption. When the dot indicator next to the option shows green means the option is selected.
  8. Finish. Now the setting has been changed and your phone will check for new email in accordance with the frequency that you specified before.

Well, by knowing on how to change the email check frequency, now you can save more battery consumption which means that you have helped to prolong your battery life. So, try this useful tips then share your experience here through the comment below :)

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