How to make your android phone’s battery last longer
If you’re reading this post right now, I strongly believe that you are here because you have been hunting all over the internet for how to make the battery of your android phone last longer, and ways you can completely extend your phone’s battery life. You’re about to get a solution for your problem if you continue to read below.
There are a couple of ways that have been proven to be working solutions to problems of your android phone’s short battery life. But they are mostly just easy tips you can follow if you’re determined in preserving your battery because in the end, sometimes, your android phone’s battery life depends on how much you use it. The following tips can be helpful to you:
1. Disable Wi-Fi and Bluetooth
When not in use, it is better for you to turn of your android phone’s Wi-Fi and Bluetooth so as to help your battery last longer. In most modern android smart phones, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth can be turned off (or on) by pulling down the status bar and tapping the Wi-Fi or Bluetooth icons to toggle either Wi-Fi or Bluetooth either on or off. Alternatively, you can go to the settings on your android phone at “settings —> Networks/Connectivity“.
2. Adjust network settings
When not in use, you can adjust your android phone’s network settings in order to preserve it’s battery life. Instead of leaving the network settings on 4G, you can set it to 3G or 2G.
3. Avoid live wallpapers
Live wallpapers, animated pictures and videos are also capable of draining your android phone’s battery. In order to extend your android phone’s battery life, it is advisable that you should make use of only simple, static wallpapers and backgrounds.
4. Minimize screen brightness
This is another way through which you can extend the battery life of your android phone. Excessive brightness means excess power consumption, so if you can reduce your android phone’s screen brightness a little bit, you might be on your way to enjoying a healthier battery.
On the plus side, a minimized screen brightness helps to keep your eyes healthy.
5. Switch off vibration/haptic feedback
If your phone vibrates when ringing, and also when you’re tapping on keys, you probably should disable your android phone’s vibration because your phone’s vibrate function uses additional battery power. The end result of this is a photo with a short battery life.
6. Avoid fully discharging your battery
Most android phone’s in the market today are marketed with either Li-ion or Li-polymer batteries. The life of these types of batteries shorten each time you use your android phone until it’s battery is completely drained. It is advisable that you charge your android phone regularly for a better battery life.
7. Avoid exposure to heat
Always keep your android phone’s battery in a cool dry area, away from heat and direct sunlight. Avoid leaving your phone in a hot car and make sure you always keep it away from hot objects.
8. Use quality chargers
Your android phone’s charger was particularly designed to cater for the exact needs of your android phone’s battery. In case you lose the charger that came with your phone ensure to get a good charger from a recommendable sale outlet. Using random chargers can cause serious problems to your battery, and shorten your android phone’s battery life.
9. Prevent apps from running in the background
Too many apps running while you’re not busy with them can also be responsible for draining your android phone’s battery. You can close the apps that you are not using so as to extend your battery’s life.
10. Turn on airplane mode
Another useful tip in extending your android phone’s battery life is to turn on airplane mode when you are not working with your phone or when you’re in a place where the reception of network signals is bad. To enable airplane mode, go to Settings > Network & Internet > Aeroplane mode. You can also pull down the status bar on your android phone and tap the airplane icon.
11. Restart your phone
If there are apps secretly draining your android phone’s battery, or your phone’s battery is draining in a way that you do not understand, restarting your phone could do the magic and fix the cause of power drain.
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The tips we have provided in this guideare quick fixes to usual draining Android phone battery issues. If these tips do not work for you, and your problem continues to be abnormal, you should consider getting a new battery, or consult an Android phone technician to look into your situation for a permanent solution.
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