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You can actually...uninstall your screen?

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hello. 

While checking my screen on time on my Poco F2 Pro, I noticed that I could actually uninstall my "Screen" as if it were an app. I'm not brave enough to try, but is it actually something you can do?

Sorry for the screenshot being in French.

 

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Would that not uninstall the Consommation d'energie app?


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It is just showing how much battery your screen has used since last full charge.

I guess you would uninstall the usage statistics app...

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Posted · Original PosterOP
28 minutes ago, HairlessMonkeyBoy said:

Would that not uninstall the Consommation d'energie app?

No, it wouldn't.

The "energy consumption" app allows me to check which percentage of battery life my apps take away, and to manage them. I actually go there not from my app drawer, but from the Settings. 

 

Settings > Battery and performance > Battery consumption statistics > ( list of all my apps, including "screen") > this screenshot. 

 

For exemple: Chrome 16%. If I click on "Chrome", or another app like a videogame, I'll be sent on this exact same page as this screenshot, except with "Chrome" instead of "Écran" ("screen" in French).

Then, the "uninstall" button down there will allow me to remove Chrome, a videogame, any app...and in this case it seems to suggest that I can disable my screen too.

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18 hours ago, 7412 said:

No, it wouldn't.

The "energy consumption" app allows me to check which percentage of battery life my apps take away, and to manage them. I actually go there not from my app drawer, but from the Settings. 

 

Settings > Battery and performance > Battery consumption statistics > ( list of all my apps, including "screen") > this screenshot. 

 

For exemple: Chrome 16%. If I click on "Chrome", or another app like a videogame, I'll be sent on this exact same page as this screenshot, except with "Chrome" instead of "Écran" ("screen" in French).

Then, the "uninstall" button down there will allow me to remove Chrome, a videogame, any app...and in this case it seems to suggest that I can disable my screen too.

Might just be a bug in the app, pressing the button likely wouldn't do anything. 


Dirty Windows Peasants :P ?

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