If you have wondered why the Battery Saver feature is turned on Google Pixel and set to enable at 99%, well, here's your answer: it was Google.
A few days ago, Google rolled out some new internal experiment to test battery-saving features, but ended up rolling out more than calculated. Since the error, the battery saver settings have been rolled back to default so you can enter and put it to your heart's content.
It's cool if Google tests some new features or fixes, but not on the consumer phones, even if it's random. If the company sent out a notice that some devices would be affected, there would not be so much of a problem. Unfortunately, when the battery saver is turned on, some refresh programs will stop, unless you do manually, restrict battery life for rarely used apps, turn off a feature and restrict apps.
Google went to Reddit and gave a brief explanation of what happened.
Hello everyone, some of you may have noticed that the battery saver is turned on automatically today. This was an internal experiment to test battery-saving features that were erroneously rolled out to more users than estimated. We have now rolled in battery saver settings back to default. Please configure to your liking. Sorry for the confusion.
Given that I'm using Pixel XL every day, I did not notice any change in my battery savers settings, but as you can tell, some people from the comment section are dissatisfied with Google's entry and
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