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How To Increase The Battery Life Of Smartphones?

Published on 11 July 17
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Notice what exactly is sucking your phone’s battery. Just go to Options > Battery power to find out that what is consuming your phone's battery power. Applications and features will display in a descending list of battery controls. In the settings you notice software you barely use, you need to uninstall the particular software or perhaps let down the particular feature.

Reduce email, Twitter, and Facebook polling. Set your various messaging apps to "manual" for the polling or refresh frequency, just as a check, and you'll promptly prolong your device's battery life by a substantial amount. Once you see what a change that makes, try re-enabling just the most significant ones, and possibly decreasing their polling frequency in the process.

Turn needless hardware radios off. It's great that today's phones have LTE, NFC, GPS, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth, but do you really want all five activated 24 hours per day? Android keeps location-based apps resident in the background, and the continuous drain on your battery will become obvious, fast. If your phone has a power control widget, you can use it to speedily 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.

Use the additional power saving mode if you have it. Galaxy S5 and HTC One (M8) both have Ultra Power Saving and Extreme Power Saving modes, correspondingly, that bounds the phone to texting, phone calls, Web browsing, and Facebook. This can squash extra hours or even a day of standby time out of just a few remaining percentage points of the battery.

Turn off apps running in the background. From Settings > Apps, swipe to the left; you'll see a list of apps that are presently running. Tap on each one to see what they're for; you can stop any apps that you don't need running in the background all of the time.

Delete Needless Home Screen Widgets And Live Wallpaper

Just because they're on the home screen, apparently inactive, doesn't mean they're not consuming power. This goes for widgets that poll status updates in the background, as well as ones that just sit there but look pretty and animated—not to mention animated live wallpaper. (But don't dump everything, as part of what makes Android great are the home screen customizations; just remove the ones you don't use.)

Turn Down The Brightness And Turn Off Automatic Brightness

It's perhaps clear at this point, but you'll be astonished by how much this one alone helps to improve battery life.

Update Your Apps

Applications often get updated to use less battery power, so you should make sure your apps are up to date. Even if you arranged the phone for automatic updates, some apps still need that you by hand install updates. Check for app updates in Google Play by hitting the menu key and going to My Apps.

Watch Signal Power

If you're in an area with pitiable cellular coverage, the phone will work tougher to latch onto a strong-enough signal. This has an opposing effect on battery life. There's not much you can do about this one, but keep in mind that this could be the offender behind apparently weak battery; it's worth turning the phone into Airplane mode if you don't want data or voice calls.

See The Analysis

There is a review conducted for every android phone battery, watch it analyze it. As you would have thought, the results differ broadly between handsets, even on the same network. When selecting a phone, make sure that real world talk time is adequate. You can't go by what the maker says; we see alterations on the order of several hours of usage in both directions on a regular basis. So, do not rely on what maker says, in fact, research and then buy.

Author Bio:

Abigail Bres is a Technology Junkie and a Blogger. For her incredible skills in writing any type of custom essays ,She is a popular name among students. Her love for gadgets and gizmos is reflected in her blogs that address the many aspects of technology and technological devices. She is fond of watching movie, listening to music, and drawing paintings. You can get connected with her on Google .




Notice what exactly is sucking your phone’s battery. Just go to Options > Battery power to find out that what is consuming your phone's battery power. Applications and features will display in a descending list of battery controls. In the settings you notice software you barely use, you need to uninstall the particular software or perhaps let down the particular feature.

Reduce email, Twitter, and Facebook polling. Set your various messaging apps to "manual" for the polling or refresh frequency, just as a check, and you'll promptly prolong your device's battery life by a substantial amount. Once you see what a change that makes, try re-enabling just the most significant ones, and possibly decreasing their polling frequency in the process.

Turn needless hardware radios off. It's great that today's phones have LTE, NFC, GPS, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth, but do you really want all five activated 24 hours per day? Android keeps location-based apps resident in the background, and the continuous drain on your battery will become obvious, fast. If your phone has a power control widget, you can use it to speedily 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.

Use the additional power saving mode if you have it. Galaxy S5 and HTC One (M8) both have Ultra Power Saving and Extreme Power Saving modes, correspondingly, that bounds the phone to texting, phone calls, Web browsing, and Facebook. This can squash extra hours or even a day of standby time out of just a few remaining percentage points of the battery.

Turn off apps running in the background. From Settings > Apps, swipe to the left; you'll see a list of apps that are presently running. Tap on each one to see what they're for; you can stop any apps that you don't need running in the background all of the time.

Delete Needless Home Screen Widgets And Live Wallpaper



Just because they're on the home screen, apparently inactive, doesn't mean they're not consuming power. This goes for widgets that poll status updates in the background, as well as ones that just sit there but look pretty and animated—not to mention animated live wallpaper. (But don't dump everything, as part of what makes Android great are the home screen customizations; just remove the ones you don't use.)

Turn Down The Brightness And Turn Off Automatic Brightness



It's perhaps clear at this point, but you'll be astonished by how much this one alone helps to improve battery life.

Update Your Apps

Applications often get updated to use less battery power, so you should make sure your apps are up to date. Even if you arranged the phone for automatic updates, some apps still need that you by hand install updates. Check for app updates in Google Play by hitting the menu key and going to My Apps.

Watch Signal Power



If you're in an area with pitiable cellular coverage, the phone will work tougher to latch onto a strong-enough signal. This has an opposing effect on battery life. There's not much you can do about this one, but keep in mind that this could be the offender behind apparently weak battery; it's worth turning the phone into Airplane mode if you don't want data or voice calls.

See The Analysis



There is a review conducted for every android phone battery, watch it analyze it. As you would have thought, the results differ broadly between handsets, even on the same network. When selecting a phone, make sure that real world talk time is adequate. You can't go by what the maker says; we see alterations on the order of several hours of usage in both directions on a regular basis. So, do not rely on what maker says, in fact, research and then buy.

Author Bio:

Abigail Bres is a Technology Junkie and a Blogger. For her incredible skills in writing any type of custom essays ,She is a popular name among students. Her love for gadgets and gizmos is reflected in her blogs that address the many aspects of technology and technological devices. She is fond of watching movie, listening to music, and drawing paintings. You can get connected with her on Google .

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