Your phone’s battery, unfortunately, doesn’t last as much as you would like it. Whether your phone’s battery lasts longer than someone else’s is going to depend on what you do with your phone. If you play HD games on your smartphone most of the time, you’re lucky if you can get through half a day. But, even though you don’t do any heavy gaming or anything that might justify so much battery, you still find yourself charging your phone a few times a day. There are things you could be doing (that you’re probably not aware of) that explains why your phone dies on you so suddenly. So, to help you avoid that in this article we share top 10 tips to boost Android battery life in the form of an infographic.
How To Make Your Android Phone’s Battery Last Longer
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Boost Android Battery Life
1. Using black wallpaper, your AMOLED display won’t have to use power to light up that particular pixel. That results in your phone saving more and making it last longer.
2. Also, if you keep your apps updated, any bug that it might have will be fixed. Speaking of apps, by uninstalling any apps you don’t use anymore you will definitely save some valuable power.
3. Whatever you do don’t use adaptive/auto brightness. The feature sounds useful, but it will brighten your display more than what it needs to be. It’s best if you adjust the brightness manually. You can do by going to Settings > Display > Brightness.
4. Erasing unnecessary widgets can also help to save some battery power. The weather widgets aren’t usually that necessary, so you can try and get rid of those. Simply long-press on the widget and drag it to the trash icon.
5. Don’t use task killers. Even though you might think that task killers save battery but they actually do the opposite. By killing app they have to restart and restart is what takes up the most battery power.
6. Always make sure that you don’t have any unnecessary features on. For example, turn off Bluetooth, GPS and other features you’re not using at the moment. Haptic feedback is also something you can turn off.
7. It’s when your phone vibrates whenever you use the keyboard. You can turn it off by going to Settings > Sound and Notifications > Other Sounds > Vibrate on touch.
8. Ditch the live wallpapers. They aren’t helping, and even though they look beautiful, they actually drain your phone’s battery.
9. You can also try leaving your phone alone. Come on, admit it. You check your phone for no apparent reason. Every time you check your phone your phone uses battery power and for what? For nothing. Fight the urge and only check your phone when you get a notification to do so.
10. It’s always a good idea to use IFTT. If This Then That can help you save power by turning off your WiFi when you leave home. It can also turn it back on when you’re home again. This useful feature can save you some valuable cellular data at the end of the month.
By following the tips mentioned above, you’ll see that you’re really going to save some serious power. You won’t find yourself going crazy trying to find a wall socket so you can charge your phone. Remember, your smartphone doesn’t have to be smart all the time. How do you save battery power on your Android device?