How to Make Your Smartphone Battery Last Longer

How To Make Your Smartphone Battery Last Longer

Here’s our guide for how to make your android mobile battery last longer so you can stretch and extend the time span between charges.

  1. Turn the mobile phone off. Only do this if it’s going to be for several hours, turning a phone on/off actually uses a massive amount of power itself. This will probably be the most effective and simple way of conserving your battery’s power. This will help conserve energy and also charge your phone. If you don’t plan on answering the phone while you’re sleeping or after business hours, just turn it off. Do the same if you are in an area with no reception (such as subway or remote are, since constantly searching for service depletes the battery fairly quickly). saving battery.1
  2.  Do not follow the method of full charge and full discharge. Avoid letting your mobile phone’s battery run all the way down. Unlike nickel-based batteries (such as the NiCd or NiMH rechargeable AA batterie seen in most supermarkets), lithium-based batteries are designed to be charged early and often, and letting them get too low can damage the battery. With Lithium batteries, doing shallow discharges and frequent charging prolongs battery life.
  3. Ask your phone what is using the largest percentages of power. Navigate to Settings > Battery to see an organized breakdown of what’s consuming your phone’s battery. Applications and features will display in a descending list of battery hogs. If you see an application you barely use or a feature you never use, you’ll want to uninstall the application or turn off the feature.saving battery.3
  4. Turn unnecessary hardware radios off. It’s great that today’s mobile phone have LTE, NFC, GPS, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth, but do you really need all five activated 24 hours per day? Android keeps location-based application resident in the background, and the constant drain on your battery will become noticeable, fast. If your mobile has a power control widget, you can use it to quickly turn on/off GPS (the largest power drain), NFC, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and LTE. On stock Android, swipe down to bring up the notification bar, and then tap the icon on the top right corner.saving battery.4
  5. Close Applications. Applications consume battery power as long as there open. Shut applications down if they are not in use, including nonessential applications running in the background. We recommend Wakelock Detector as a great way for Android Users to check out individual application usage statistics. Apple users can double-tap the Home button to access recently used applications, some of which run in the background.saving battery.5
  6. Get out of sync. When you add an email account to your mobile, Google assumes you’d like to sync just about everything. That includes Google Play purchases, Google Keep, and even photos. That last one is killer : photos. Each time you snap a picture, Google uploads it to your account to back it up. For those who use their mobile as their primary camera, this can seriously damage your battery life. There are two ways to change this. Head to settings and find your email address under accounts. Tap the account name again to access sync settings, where you can un-check the items you don’t want synced. Included there is that “Google Photos” option.  Alternatively, head to the Gallery application > settings, and disable Google Photos Syncs.
  7. Use Darker wallpapers. There two main types of smartphone displays : LCD and AMOLED. LCD uses a backlighting system that illuminates every pixel on the display. AMOLED displays, however, have pixels that are individually lit; a pixel that turns into a colour is lit, and thus, uses power. Apixel that remains black, is not lit and doesn’t use any power. If your mobile phone uses an AMOLED display, you can use a darker or all-black wallpaper to make your mobile more battery.7
  8. Delete wasteful application like Facebook, and replace it with something like Tinfoil Hat for Facebook. This way facebook is not constantly running in the background. It also gives you better privacy.
  9. Get Help With Applications. If you want to squeeze even more out of your battery, enlist the help of applications. Options like Juicedefender take care of monitoring connections, and identifying major culprits. Here’s some of Battery-saving applications.

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