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How to Save Battery on Android Phone?

Published on 05 October 16
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When the handset is equipped with great features, then the battery life becomes the major cause of concern for the users as it will get drained out very soon. On an average, the battery lasts for about 8-9 hours of medium use. This is pretty annoying when you are having fun on the phone. How to save battery on android phone? Here are some tips you can follow:

There are many Android apps that claim to optimize performance and improve battery life. One such app is Purify which puts the other apps into hibernation when they are not being used by the user. This boosts the battery performance as irrelevant apps are being prevented from operating in the background.

If the android device sports AMOLED screen, then black background is preferable as AMOLED screens reduce the power usage drastically in the case of black display in comparison with white or any other color. Black wallpaper can also help in saving battery as darker the pixels, less power will be required to light them up. In the similar manner, you can also save the battery life on your android phone.

Turn off 3G/4G, Wi-fi or Bluetooth signal when not in use as a lot of the battery is drained while searching for the signals. Repeated searches can reduce the battery to half in a mere few seconds. In case the user does not require high speed data, then they can opt for 2G mobile network instead of 3G or 4G network. In this way, you are also connected to the internet and the battery is not draining off. GPS should also be disabled when it is not being used as it involves receiving and sending signals leading to high consumption of battery.

Uninstall irrelevant apps. Normally, users open an app and forget about closing it. This kind of activity drains the mobile battery to a large extent. The user should uninstall unnecessary apps which are consuming lot of power. In case few apps cannot be unintended, then disable them.

The brightness of the screen reduces the battery life at low levels in a short span of time. The power consumed will be less if the screen is dimmed. Hence the user is advisable to enable the Auto-Brightness option in phone settings. Furthermore, shortening the screen timeout will also be helpful.
When the handset is equipped with great features, then the battery life becomes the major cause of concern for the users as it will get drained out very soon. On an average, the battery lasts for about 8-9 hours of medium use. This is pretty annoying when you are having fun on the phone. How to save battery on android phone? Here are some tips you can follow:

There are many Android apps that claim to optimize performance and improve battery life. One such app is Purify which puts the other apps into hibernation when they are not being used by the user. This boosts the battery performance as irrelevant apps are being prevented from operating in the background.

If the android device sports AMOLED screen, then black background is preferable as AMOLED screens reduce the power usage drastically in the case of black display in comparison with white or any other color. Black wallpaper can also help in saving battery as darker the pixels, less power will be required to light them up. In the similar manner, you can also save the battery life on your android phone.

Turn off 3G/4G, Wi-fi or Bluetooth signal when not in use as a lot of the battery is drained while searching for the signals. Repeated searches can reduce the battery to half in a mere few seconds. In case the user does not require high speed data, then they can opt for 2G mobile network instead of 3G or 4G network. In this way, you are also connected to the internet and the battery is not draining off. GPS should also be disabled when it is not being used as it involves receiving and sending signals leading to high consumption of battery.

Uninstall irrelevant apps. Normally, users open an app and forget about closing it. This kind of activity drains the mobile battery to a large extent. The user should uninstall unnecessary apps which are consuming lot of power. In case few apps cannot be unintended, then disable them.

The brightness of the screen reduces the battery life at low levels in a short span of time. The power consumed will be less if the screen is dimmed. Hence the user is advisable to enable the Auto-Brightness option in phone settings. Furthermore, shortening the screen timeout will also be helpful.

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  1. 06 October 16
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    Thank you , the tips were useful.

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