11 Smartphone Hacks To Make Your Mobile Battery Last Longer

The biggest challenge for smartphone manufacturers today is the amount of amperes they can deliver in their batteries. Low battery power is one of the major problem areas which leading mobile companies have not been able to figure out till now. There is not much you can do with size, and the real innovation must come from quick charge devices instead of bigger batteries. While the manufacturers figure out this problem, we the consumers are left will battery hogging phones in our hands. So, till a good solution comes up, we give you some handy tips which will help you improve your phone battery life.

Never Fully Charge Or Discharge At The Beginning
Most of the phones now come with Lithium Ion batteries which mean that you do not need to fully charge or discharge them. These phones suffer from low voltage, and therefore, it is better if you partially charge them in a range of 20-90%.

Avoid Using The Phone While Charging
Ever wonder why charging wires are too short? It’s because the manufacturers want to discourage the use of mobiles while charging. Using the mobiles while charging exhausts phone charge cycles and shortens battery life, and should be avoided whenever possible. A battery has only limited number of charge cycles after which the battery must be replaced.

Don’t Use Adaptive/Auto Brightness
Your AMOLED screens are the biggest battery guzzlers and, thus, using auto-brightness is a bad way to lose out on battery hours. Auto-brightness is way brighter than what you need and customizing the screen light when needed is the best way to conserve battery power.

Turn Off Vibrate And Haptic Feedback
Vibration in your phone is not only harmful to your health in the long-term but also detrimental to your battery life. Also, haptic feedback (the buzzing sound on touching the keys) does not really add value to your overall experience, and thus, is a redundant feature without any benefits.

Never Buy Spurious Third Party Charger Or Batteries

Third party charger and batteries are almost always improper for charging your mobile phone. Always stick with original batteries from respected brands.

Switch Off GPS/ Wi-Fi /Bluetooth When Not In Use
There is no need of being connected all the time. Switching off GPS, WiFi and Bluetooth actually saves a lot of battery and takes the mobile performance to a whole new level. All these applications are very heavy to operate and it’s best to only use them as and when required.

Shorten Your Screen Timeout Setting
Studies report that an average user turns his smartphone on 150 times a day, and, thus a shorter screen time-out setting will go a long way in adding up to the battery life. Restricting it to just 15 seconds will have the maximum impact on the battery.

Update Your Apps Frequently And Only With WiFi
Most of the applications get updates on a monthly basis and they are usually optimized for better performance using minimum power. Older apps chew up your RAM and battery life.

Auto-Sync Comes With A Rider Of High Battery And Memory Usage
Only use auto-sync when you need to update your email folder frequently. Most of the email apps come with a feature of updating your folder after opening the app—use it.

Check The Signal Strength While Calling
Bad signal strength will prompt your mobile to use extra power and search for signals. So, it’s better to make calls once you are out of the basement and pop the phone into airplane mode when you do not need to make voice or data calls.

Clear Background Processes Which Are Not Required
You can force stop those processes and apps which you do not require from running in the background. You can access it by going to Settings>Apps and swiping to the left.

By Anshul Gandhi | MensXP

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