I saw you asked me about my Nillkin case. I have several other cars as well. I'm in Canada and I purchased a few cases through Amazon. I have the Spigen Rugged Armour and its border is higher than the screen a tiny bit. I use a fairly thick tempered screen protector and there's a tiny space. I also purchased this other case and it has even more room. You can find the same case case on Amazon or eBay being sold by dozens of sellers and the case will have different names. They all are the same.
There is no way, unfortunately. I recommend clearing each app at a time. Just try and clear the main apps with the most cache so like the first 10-20 apps and also clear the gallery.
Another way to clear a large amount of cache is through the Google Files app ( https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.google.android.apps.nbu.files ) which will clear a lot of 'junk' away.
Apps like this one do the job, and no, they definitely won't "harm" your device.
Or, you could just wait for a couple of days for OP to release the OOS 11 Open Beta for the Nord and try it out. OOS 11 has a scheduled/automatic dark mode option.
If I'm on low battery and I do something intensive (doesn't even have to be that intensive, opening an app/game) the phone will shut down. This has happened at the simple act of plugging in the charger when I'm at 1%
I guess the system starts demanding more from the battery, and if the battery is old or slightly degrading then the sudden voltage drop causes it to go over a threshold that automatically kicks safety protocols in to prevent the battery from being over-discharged.
This is pretty common on batteries that aren't new and there should be a way to reconfigure the software to account for this creating new percentage levels to correctly reflect the battery output but I can't remember how off the top of my head. I know I had to do it on my Nexus 4 back in the day.
Accubattery is a very handy tool in working out the health of your battery.
I used to be a battery engineer so this behaviour doesn't surprise me and most phones will eventually do this up until they say 100% and then crash as the battery simply can't hold a charge anymore.
A fix that will work 100% is replacing/paying for a new battery.
Try clearing the cache of all apps with Google Files
The link above will open the Google play store and go to the Google Files page.
It's an app Energy Ring, a battery indicator for OP. Here's the XDA post for the details or you can download the app straight from the Play Store
Try the Spigen cases. They are really nice. I got this one and it's quite slim and nice to touch
Also this one seems quite nice
An advantage of android is that you don't have to stick with the original launcher. You can download thousands, and one of them is the Pixel Launcher
It's an app Energy Ring, a battery indicator for OP. Here's the XDA post for the details or you can download the apk straight from the Play Store
Yes I have Ive gotten this one suggested by another person. I'll update my post when I get the screen protector and see if it works
You can seriously update it using oxygen updater. Its safe as it just downloads the file from the server and its installed only after the system validates it.
Ibywind Protector de Pantalla para OnePlus Nord [2 Piezas],con Protector de Lente de Cámara,Atrás Pegatina Protectora Fibra de Carbono,Incluyendo Kit de instalación fácil https://www.amazon.es/dp/B08FML398Z/ref=cm_sw_r_u_apa_i_SqcMFbS4NVSMW
Getting pretty good battery life here. 7 hours SOT with around 30-32 hours standby.
I recommend using GSam Batter Monitor (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.gsamlabs.bbm) to diagnose the wakelocks. You will also get insights about the network coverage which heavily affects the battery consumption. The instructions to grant permission via adb are in the app itself.
Go for Ringke FusionX. Definitely worth it. Always had one on my previous device and with all my careless handling and rough use, It proves itself.