How To Increase Your Battery Efficiency Of Your Smartphone

No way….I just can’t walk around with the phone plugged in…!!! Lol…I  wasn’t pretty well aware of the “battery efficiency”problem when I first bought an android phone,my beloved companion HTC desire. Even though these smart phones gives you far better outputs. Call it the disadvantage; these phones can its juice dried in hours, don’t ask me why they are still so reliable ,maybe its the popularity or the performance, as far as we are concerned now , its all about keeping the juice wet ,nobody wants a phone who cries out like a baby for  more charge.
You can really leave your device alive for a lot of bonus hours simply following these steps.

Run a calibration of your phones battery..

. Turn your phone on and charge it           for 8 hoursor more
. Unplug the charger
. Turn your phone off and charge it for one hour
. Unplug the charger
. Turn on the phone and wait 2 minutes
. Turn your phone off and charge it for one hour
. Unplug, turn it on and use as normal. Your battery life should now be a lot better

You only need to do this once. If you keep experiencing issues with your battery you
should contact phone customer care  or your network provider
for support.

Although this will calibrate your battery and cause it to hold charge better, your battery
life will still be affected by the apps you use ( really). Main batteryhogging applications include Instant Messaging apps (MSN, AIM etc), GPS powered apps (CoPilot, Maps, Layar), video
apps (RockPlayer, YouTube) and so on. Just remember that whenever you finish using
these apps make sure you close them properly, using the quit menu if there’s one available.

Your battery will die in months if you keep overloading it. Batteries loves to be kept at 40% charge. I recommend you to let your battery drain rather than keeping it 100% ,you may love it; they don’t.

If you think task killers can save your juice , I call it meat blunder they actually drains them..say no to task killers..

Keeping the display brightness also saves you a lot of juice. 59% is drained out by the phone display..


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  • No one wants to turn off notifications about new text messages or missed calls, but turning off superfluous notifications will help your battery last a little longer, and it will eliminate pointless distractions throughout your day. I really do this a lot. It will really work for you trust me on that.

  • On an iPhone you can disable the Raise to Speak feature in the Siri settings, which is said to increase battery life. Try this once you’ll feel the difference.

  • Try to keep your phone cool. If it’s very hot, don’t walk in the heat holding your Smartphone. Keep the phone in a pocket to save the battery from draining, so better to keep the phone out of the heat.

  • Auto-brightness setting enables the Smartphone to adjust the brightness to its optimal level for reading and this will conserve battery life. We must adjust our settings to save battery life of our phone. Once battery got damaged then the phone is just a toy.

  • If your phone is almost running on empty, apps that automatically help you prolong your battery life will save your bacon. On Android, Greenify will automatically hibernate battery-hogging apps (it works best for rooted phones but you can use it also if your phone isn’t rooted).

  • If you want to conserve power, then you should always turn off your Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and Location (GPS) when you aren’t actively using them. Using unwanted apps just decrease your battery life and adds nothing to it.

  • I always keep an additional power source with me as most of the times my phone run out of juice and sometimes when I need the phone most. Portable chargers or power banks are useful devices and the market is flooded with some really good ones today (at affordable prices too).

  • Phones include a Power Saver mode that helps manage the phone’s various power-sapping features for you. Power Saver mode automatically prevents your apps from updating in the background, dims your screen, reduces the screen timeout setting, disables on-screen animations, and turns off vibration.

  • If the phone is on vibration then it consumes far more power than a simple audible alert, so by disabling it you can save some juice. Similarly notifications in general consume more power. Just keep you phone vibration free and save the battery.

  • Bluetooth is a short-range wireless technology that allows your Smartphone to connect with other devices. Very simple and effective trick to save battery life of your phone is to turn off your Bluetooth.

  • Nobody thinks about batteries—until they’ve run out of juice, of course. I think carrying a portable charge with you all the time is also a good option. This article really contains some amazing facts to save battery life.

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