Does Your Phone Battery Drain Fast? Here Are 5 Things To Do To Preserve Your Battery Power
One big issue with Android phone use, is how fast they run down. I mean, some Android phones can’t last for a whole day. In fact, you would be really lucky if you even have a good battery percentage in the afternoon, after a morning charge. The thing is that some batteries have been severely weakened, and maybe it would be good if they are changed, but then before you change your weak battery to a stronger one, there are a couple of smart things you can do to help your battery last longer.
1) Check the apps that drain your battery
In most Android phones, you do that by going to Settings > Device > Battery or Settings > Power > Battery Use. There, you would see a percentage measurement of how much battery power a particular app you use takes. That way, you would know specifically, what app drains your battery, what app to reduce its use, or the app to uninstall completely, or maybe freeze for a while. Yes! Don’t forget to freeze the apps you don’t use very much.
2) Reduce the brightness of your phone
This is another smart thing you could do to preserve battery power. In my phone, the screen takes the highest percentage of battery use. Reducing the brightness, as well as the time it takes before it locks, are smart ways to preserve your battery power.
3) Turn off your everything you don’t need.
You don’t really need to be constantly searching for a free hotspot to connect to, do you? Turn off the Wi-Fi when you do not need it. And your internet connection. Turn off your data when you have nothing to search the internet for. Also, your location and any other thing you have no immediate use for.
4) Keep your phone cool
Heat is really the enemy of your battery life. Once you notice your phone increasing in temperature, cool it down immediately. I know some apps that could help you do so if you don’t know how. Or you could stop using the phone as soon as you notice it.
5) Put your phone on Ultra Power Saver mode when you’re not using it
Maybe this is for the point, where your phone is very low, and you’re desperate for phone use. Perhaps you’re not in a position to charge. Leave your phone in the Ultra Power Saver mode when it’s idle.
That’s it. Do you disagree with anything I wrote? Or perhaps you feel like I left something out. Let me know in the comments.