Our phones have become part of our everyday lives. Let me ask you, can you live without it? I presumed that the answer was NO! Yes, I understand it’s a big NO! I can’t live without it. Our phones have gone a long way, from communication gadgets to entertainment devices. Being our everyday companion, from scheduling our appointments to being a reminder of a special event, our phones became our all-time buddies.
The life of our phones depends on the battery. However, not all batteries can last at least 2 to 3 days. That’s too long for most of us. Battery life will depend on how we use it. For starters, a new phone’s battery life may last at least 2 days. My Samsung phone stays alive for 2 days, considering it has been with me for quite a long time.
Battery is the lifeblood of a mobile device. But most people still don’t know how to handle it properly. Many are complaining that their battery life is too short. So, how will you make it possible to extend the life of your battery? Here are some tips and tricks for your phone’s battery to stay breathing for the longest time.
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- Poor signal areas drop the level of your battery.
- Stop the Vibration
- Exposure to extreme temperature
- Battery limited number of charging cycles
- Switch Off The Bluetooth And Wi-Fi when it’s not in use.
- Lower Down The Display Brightness Level
- Disable the Keypad And other Warning Sounds
- A desktop charger will help.
Poor signal areas drop the level of your battery.
When you search for a good and stable signal, your battery level drops significantly. If you are in poor signal areas, you might as well turn your phone off. It is useless to turn it on when you can’t receive any messages.
Stop the Vibration
Vibration and ringtones take the life of your battery. Never turn on ringtone and vibration at the same time. It’ll consume far more of your battery life. You don’t need the vibration unless you are walking in the middle of the moon and are preoccupied with the scenes.
Exposure to extreme temperature
Your battery will be short-lived if you place it in either too cold or hot place. Never ever put your cell phone on the top of a hot or hard surface like a gaming console, laptop, car dashboard, or directly on the air conditioner.
Battery limited number of charging cycles
Charging your battery at a low-battery (below 10%) level is better. Does it matter? Yes, it does. Regardless of how much battery power is left each time you charge the battery, it’ll be counted as 1 full charge. You lessen the life of your battery when you set it more often.
Switch Off The Bluetooth And Wi-Fi when it’s not in use.
You must ensure Bluetooth and wifi utilities are turned off as they drain out a significant portion of the battery power. When Bluetooth is on, your cell phone system constantly searches for Bluetooth signals and drains your battery. The same goes for WiFi and GPS.
Lower Down The Display Brightness Level
Your phone display consumes most of your battery life. The brighter the show on your screen, the more will you consume battery. Lowering the screen brightness will make your eyes and your battery happy.
Disable the Keypad And other Warning Sounds
Give some attention to your keypad and warning tones. If necessary, then you may keep the warning tone settings untouched. These tones consume so much amount of battery every time you make use of your phone.
A desktop charger will help.
A desktop charger may help you conserve energy and prolong the life of your battery. You can connect your phone to your desktop while working.
So, there you go. I hope these few tips will help you save on your cell phone battery life.