In Samsung One UI 4.0 and later based on Android 12 we have a feature called “Automation” in which you can set your phone to restart at a specific time. However, in One UI 5.0 based on Android 13, there’s a feature called Auto optimization. So, in this post, you’ll learn how to schedule Samsung to restart automatically.
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One UI 5.0 Auto optimization
Through the auto optimization feature in Samsung One UI 5.0 based on Android 13, such as closing background apps and clearing memory, device care keeps your phone operating smoothly. In order to maintain your phone in the best possible condition, you may also enable it to restart automatically as necessary.
How to Schedule Samsung Galaxy Phone to Restart Automatically (One UI 6.0)
Of course, One UI 5 further enhances device speed with intelligent optimization, such as dismissing background apps and clearing memory, to keep your phone functioning smoothly. In order to maintain your phone in the best possible condition, you may also enable it to restart automatically as necessary.
1. Go to the Settings app.
2. Tap Device care.
3. On the Device care screen, tap Auto optimization > Auto restart.
4. Here, you’ll have 2 options:
- Restart when needed: Your phone will restart automatically when performance issues are detected.
- Restart on schedule: Set a schedule for when you want your phone to restart.
After your phone restarts, you need to unlock it before you can receive notifications and alarms from some apps and see the name of incoming callers.
How to Check the Last Auto Restart on your Galaxy Phone
- Go to the Settings app.
- Tap Device care.
- Tap the Care report chart at the top right-hand corner and check the date and time under the Last auto restart menu.
That’s all. This is how you can schedule a Samsung Galaxy to restart automatically in One UI 6.0 based on Android 14.