Tips to Make Your Battery Life Last Longer.

When it comes to smartphones, battery life is the most important characteristic that everyone considers. Many smartphone manufacturers are competing to provide their customers with devices that have longer battery life.


Every operation you undertake on your smartphone necessitates the use of energy. The longer the battery life, the less frequently it must be charged. It's no longer necessary to carry along power banks or other portable charging equipment. You never know if you'll be able to find an adaptor anywhere.

A Charging Mobile

How to Increase the Battery Life?

        Before we look into strategies to extend battery life, we must first comprehend why mobile batteries degrade so quickly even when we are not using them frequently.


Here are some of the most typical mistakes we make when using our smartphones, as well as some battery-saving tips.

Wi-Fi:

Wi-Fi

When you're not using Wi-Fi or mobile data, turn it off. Make sure your Wi-Fi isn't set to switch on automatically, as this can drain your battery life without you realizing it.

"Because the device's antenna must receive a signal from a cell tower at a particular distance (it's rare for us to be close to the cell tower), it consumes a lot of charges to obtain/maintain better signal quality when the network(sim provider) internet is used/kept ON when not in use."

As a result, the more you use your gadget on wifi to access the internet, the less charge it consumes, and thus the battery lasts a little longer."

Sounds and vibration:

Is it true that switching to silent mode saves battery life?


Yes, indeed. Your phone vibrates every time there is a notification, and it requires some effort. This procedure consumes some energy. So, if it's not absolutely necessary, attempt to switch your phone to silence or sound mode.


Also, disable the sounds that play when you press keys on the keyboard or dial a number.

 

Notification:

Almost everyone has a large number of apps on their phones. Most of the time, we receive notifications from apps that we do not utilize. Only enable notifications for the apps you use frequently, and turn them off for the ones you don't.

Smartphone notifications

Screen time-out:

Even after inadvertently using our phones, the majority of us leave them turned on. It stays turned on for a prolonged time. As a result, update your screen timeout (auto-lock) settings to seconds. If you are inactive for more than a minute, your screen will automatically turn off.

Display:

The majority of the battery power is used by our screens. When you're out during the day, you should always use 75 percent of the brightness. Other times, though, it is preferable to reduce screen brightness and keep it as low as possible.

It is recommended that you use your phone in dark theme mode. Not only do our smartphone settings play a role. Many apps, such as Instagram and WhatsApp, include a dark theme in their functionality. It also protects our eyes from fatigue.

 

Battery settings:

Only utilize battery savings mode when your battery is very low or about to die. Battery saver will have no effect if you continue to use your phone when switching between apps or browsing the internet while it is turned on.


Is it true that energy saver apps help you conserve battery life?


No, it's not true. Because the software necessitates the use of some electricity in order to function. As a result, utilizing such apps consumes even more energy. that has happened before.

Smartphone Battery settings


Wallpapers and themes:

Some wallpapers take a lot of battery power, especially if they are particularly bright (or when live wallpapers are used). To keep live wallpapers active, many activities run in the background. As a result, wherever possible, pick a dark or plain wallpaper.

Background apps :

Because our mobile devices are engineered to manage multitasking, leaving one program and switching to another does not take as much power as you may imagine. Closing and reopening apps manually really use more energy since it executes a process that causes the program to close.

Turn off automatic updates:

The method consumes a large amount of energy for each update. As a result, the auto-update / auto-download option uses more energy because it sometimes downloads programs that aren't needed. Turn off the auto-update feature and update those programs that you use frequently and more importantly manually.

Smartphone settings - Software Update

Even if we follow the above-mentioned guidelines, batteries deteriorate with age. That's a natural occurrence we can't ignore. As a result, the aforementioned suggestions can only extend your battery life for a few years. As a result, we recommend replacing your battery every three years, or whenever you feel it is no longer functioning properly.

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