How To Add Extra 5 Hours To Your Phone Battery Life, With This Methods
Short battery life is a real dilemma of smartphone users.
We all know the pathetic tale of the always dying phone. I mean, I have a friend whose phone I have never met above 50% and I have another friend whose phone dies 2 hours after charging.
Smartphones use the Lithium-ion battery which degrades over time, which means that even if that your new phone’s battery is making you happy now, a time will come when you will be in tears, when you will wonder what happened to your battery.
So, here are tips to add extra 7 hours to your phone battery life.
Lower your Phone’s brightness
High phone brightness is one of the main culprits of dying phone battery. Once you turn up the battery to the highest, you will notice the battery reducing like water in pure water sachet.
Try to reduce the brightness of your phone and if possible set it to auto so that your phone adjusts it according to battery percentage available. It is best, however, to manually keep an average brightness.
Use the Battery Saver more often
You may say that you already know this, but I cahllenge you to prove to me that you do not turn on the battery saver only when your phone is dying.
Android phones usually automatically turn on battery saver at 15%. But why wait till 15% before using the battery saver.
I set my battery saver to turn on automatically at 75% and sometimes immediately after I finish charging, I turn it on. Considering the fact that electric power is not 24/7 around here, this is a wise step to take.
Turn off many Background apps
Your phone at all times have apps running in the background. Some come on immediately you switch on your phone.
This becomes worse when you run multiple apps at the same time, like having WhatsApp, Facebook, Music player, and even a game on at the same time.
Running multiple apps serves to drain your battery far quicker than needed. Try to run a your apps one at a time.
Be wise using WiFi or Cellular Connection
It has been shown that WiFi uses less battery than the normal data connection. So when available, use WiFi instead.
However, if you’re not in need of any, make sure that the WiFi, data connection, or even Bluetooth are all turned off.
Turn off Location for apps
Location is usually on in smartphones but it is a major cause of draining batteries. In fact, some of your apps are always using your location – apps like Facebook, Instagram, Chrome, etc.
To turn off location services for these apps, go to settings, tap apps& notifications, then click permissions, then location.
You will find the apps that use your location and then switch the ones you want to turn off.
Switch off Automatic App Updates
You may be in the habit of automatically updating your apps. This only means that many apps will be using your data connection when you are connected to the internet.
Apart from draining your data, this kills your battery faster.
It is advisable to manually update your apps.
Use Lite Apps
Heavy apps like Facebook or Instagram drink your battery like orange juice. Instead of downloading these apps fully, download their lite version instead.
Lite apps use significantly less data and in fact less battery.
These are ways that you can add those extra battery life hours tht you need so much.
If you follow these, you’ll find that your phone will usually be the only one alive after others’ phones have died.
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