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7 Handy Tips to Save Your Android’s Battery for a Longer Time

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Gone are the days when a mobile phone was solely used for communication purposes, but now it’s like a mini-computer in your pocket keeping you in touch with the internet world. Now the mobile phone is a multifunctional device on the face of the earth.

A constant and reliable connection to the internet has become essential to operating the tasks, whether they are of daily life or of business. Well for the reliability and constant access to the internet, I rely on Comcast Xfinity. Xfinity TV packages are not just reasonable but also are very light on the pocket.

Moving on, the importance of mobile phones has increased to such a level that no other device can replace it. Now we have several types of phones. Smartphones are said to consume more of the battery as compared to simple phones whose functionality is confined to making and receiving phone calls and texts. A very frequent problem we hear about Android-operated phones is that they consume battery in a short time span which causes the trouble of charging the phones again and again. So, we have a few handy tips that can save your Android’s battery for longer.

Don’t go with fancy wallpapers

Animated and live wallpapers may seem very eye-catching or soothing but consume battery a big-time as they constantly use the RAM. So instead of going for the animated and moving wallpapers opt the simple ones to save the battery. If you want to go one step further opt for the black and white battery which consumes minimal battery.

Use the phone at the lowest possible brightness

Install the brightness toggle widget or just use your phone on the lowest possible brightness in order to make your Android phone last whole day. Because the display is by far the biggest use of power. The automatic brightness option can also help you in this regard.

Turn off Wi-Fi when not required

When you absolutely don’t require Wi-Fi or don’t want to be disturbed by an official email turn off the Wi-Fi as it will greatly save you the battery. I know it is boring but will definitely help you to save a little.

Uninstall all the unnecessary applications

You can never tell what is running in the background. The modern Android OS provides the functions of multitasking, self-uploading, and replicating in the background, which constantly uses the RAM and consumes the battery. So the best practice is to keep your phone last longer than usual as is to keep it free from unnecessary applications.

Turn off the vibrating motor on your phones

Another major factor that utilizes power the most is the vibrating motor. The electric motors fitted inside the mobile phones which vibrate on the event of any notification; the phone call consumes power as it creates motion against the friction, which causes the issue of battery draining. So turning off the vibrating machine can help greatly to make your Android last longer.

Keep your phone at the moderate temperature

Batteries work better in low temperatures, whereas the prolonged warm temperature can influence the powering efficiency of your battery. Put your phone in a loose pocket rather than a tight one to keep it away from your body heat.

Switch off the GPS

If you’re not one of those people who still use foursquare to inform the world about your whereabouts, there’s a reason to keep your GPS active on the phone at all times. Turn on the GPS when you actually require it and better use the option of detecting your location through a Wi-Fi connection. Wi-Fi connection estimated location is mostly close enough to most apps.

Use battery saver

Battery saver – an inbuilt function which almost every smartphone contains nowadays. It helps you manage the battery usage for the apps and other functions. It prevents the battery consumption on the background processes and reduces the screen timeout and animation etc.

Do not let the battery drop to its lowest

The Android smartphone’s battery can easily be prolonged by simply charging it when it reaches 40%. When you wait too long to charge the battery, it has to work harder, lowering its expected life.

Allow the apps to update

Allow the apps to update when connected to Wi-Fi because the updates are definitely released to improve the overall performance and efficiency of the app which also includes energy efficiency than the previous versions.

I hope these very basic tips help you to make your battery last day long. As they were of great help to me and saved me from the torture of charging my phone at all times.


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