How To Make Your Smartphone Battery Last Longer



Android is one of the most popular smartphone OS  (Operating System) Today, And if you are reading this article, I’m sure you among owners of an Android-powered Smartphone. Android is a complete smartphone, with a lot of free quality apps on Google Play with friendly user interface or tons of functionality provided to the user. Android is totally an amazing os platform for phones.

Only one thing that bothers every other Android user is the battery life of the phone. Living in Nigeria make's the matter worst. This is the Basic challenge android stands a bit shy when compared to the other mobile Operating Systems. Though there are some beast phones such as Infinx Note series and Gionee whose battery can last for even two days, but if talked in general the Android Phone’s battery life is a pain in the knee 😉 So to solve this general issue of the masses, we have some suggestions and tips following which you can make sure that your android phone’s battery lasts longer.

How to Save Android Phone Battery Power

When our phone battery is fully charged, we don’t worry much about draining battery power. We use 4G, Wi-fi, play games, in general, we use our phone to maximum potential. But, when the battery is as low as 20%, we tend to stop using battery-draining apps and services, and that’s the time we feel the need of instantly charging our smartphone battery. But Know that power is not an Option you end up destroying your Battery Power. I recommend you to follow below-mentioned tips to save your battery power from draining fast.

Display drains the battery


Having a huge screen is a cult in the smartphone market these days, but this large display comes at a cost of drained battery power. But this doesn’t mean that you will never use your phone and try to conserve that last unit of volt. Well, what you can do is to manage the brightness of the screen you can set it auto brigtness. When you don’t need a crisp eye blinding bright display, such as when using your phone in a dark room, then automatically brightness decreases to that level on which you are comfortable with what’s being displayed on the screen. When you are not using the phone, lock it and switch off the display. Thereby using the display options smartly, you can save your battery power.

Use wireless communication wisely

If you Not using, your mobile data, WiFi, NFC, GPS, Bluetooth then please turn them off. All of these wireless communication media consume a lot of battery and should be turned off when not needed.

Turn Off Auto Sync

Most apps on your smartphone have default settings of synchronizing files with their servers automatically after a set interval of time. Well, so what you are supposed to do is to do it manually instead of automatically. This could also save you a lot of battery power and data.

Use WiFi instead of mobile data when possible


Mobile data consumes more power than the WiFi if you have noticed when surfing the internet with mobi data your phone gets hot, so whenever you have access to the WiFi, use that only and avoid using the mobile data.

Live wallpapers, a big no!

Considering that if you don’t have a phone with high mAh rating upto 4000mAh, you should avoid live wallpapers at all cost. No doubt they look cool but they leave your battery exhausted and you’ll have to start running for a charger and socket very often, then Nepa Will disappoint you!

Decrease the number of widgets and Apps

Widgets are powered to be live and display the changes in real time, so they are working in the background. You should not use many widgets together as they tend to decrease the battery backup. So, as a rule of thumb, don’t keep what’s not required, clear the clutter, uninstall Apps you're not using

Kill background apps manually on regular intervals


Almost all of us have a bad habit of leaving the application running in the background. No doubt we humans are made to be naturally lazy animals but if you want your battery to last a little longer, well killing your applications manually at the regular intervals could add up to the tally!

Setting screen timeout

Screen timeout is that value of time after which your display is switched off if you are not using your phone. So, set this value to the least practical value possible.

Use the power saving mode


The power saving mode, when turned on, makes the optimum use of your resources and thus helps in decreasing the consumption of the smartphone battery. So here is what to do, turn on the power saving mode Or ultra-saving mode and you can save yourself a lot of battery power on your Android phone.

Restrict background data


Some applications have default settings of sending data to servers in the background mode. Yeah, your guess is correct; this also leads to battery drainage at a high speed. So what you can do is to enable the “Restrict background data” by going to settings>Data Usage”.

So here's a collection of some tips with which you can save your battery power. If you found it useful, please do share it and if you have some suggestions or queries, please chuck your shyness and punch in some comments!

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