I have another question. I used to have a smart action setup so that when my screen turned off, the wifi turned off too (as well as cellular data and gps). This saved a ton of battery. So much battery, that if I left my phone on overnight while I slept, it would only lose 10% charge.
Anyways, yesterday I was messing around with my phone and I found a setting for wifi sleep policy. One option was for it to go to sleep when the screen turns off. I tried that, but then when I looked at battery usage, I noticed that wifi was using a bit more battery than it did before. Additionally, the battery usage graph indicated that the wifi was pretty much never turning off. Is the wifi sleep policy working as intended or should I just go back to turning off wifi in a smart action?