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Wednesday 25 July 2018

7 Steps To Increase Phone Battery Life In 2018

Phone battery life is like the integral part of a phone, sincerely, without having the phone battery in a phone, the phone is so useless as one will not be able to perform any activity on the phone.

One of the major recommendations in buying a phone these day is to buy a smartphone with long battery life spam, at least a 3000mAh, to last you minimum of 6 hours on normal usage, some even will suggest a 4000mAh minimum battery capacity is best for you to take into consideration when getting a new phone.

Yes, the whole fact and consideration of phone battery capacity is true, but one thing you should know is to enjoy the maximum capacity of that battery you need to protect it, when i say protect the phone battery, is all about increasing your phone battery life.

One thing you should know about phone battery life is that it cannot be the same as time goes on, the same 3000mAh when the phone was initially bought cannot be the same battery capacity in few weeks or months to come. So this brings us to the need for increase in your phone battery life.

There are a lot of steps and tips to increase phone battery life, and there have been changes to this way or method overtime, this means that as the days go by, several ways and methods/steps are developed or so to say known to increase phone battery life.

7 Steps To Increase Phone Battery Life In 2018

Below i have highlighted 7 steps to increase phone battery life in 2018. For me this steps and tips have been helpful to increase my phone's battery life, and sure will be helpful in yours.

Also i will like to chip in, if you know or have any tips that have helped you too, kindly drop in the comment section, your feedback will be greatly appreciated.

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7 Steps To Increase Phone Battery Life In 2018 

Switch Off Your Location Services

A lot of apps on iPhone and Android use “location services”. This can reduce battery life, so it is essential you take note of it. You can tell if an app is using location services by looking out for a small arrow on the top of your menu bar.

Use Of Airplane Mode

Your iPhone or Android device will always try to connect to a cellular network when possible, and this can put a strain on your battery if you’re in an area with limited (or no) service.

Switching on Airplane Mode in Settings will stop this from happening. You however should take note of the fact that you won’t be able to make or receive calls while you activate this mode. An option to receive calls is getting a smaller device.

Connecting to internet via wireless, routers and co is best in this instance.

Turn Wi-Fi off

Another simple-but-forgettable tip: If you’re not using your smartphone to connect to wireless Internet, switch the wi-fi settings to “off.” This will stop your phone from looking for networks, thereby saving resources.

Clear Out Apps

Even if you’re not using an app, it can run in the background and sap battery life from your smartphone. Android devices allow you to “multitask” with apps running behind the scenes. It is best to force stop all the apps you are not using if you intend to conserve the battery of your phone.

Lower Your Screen Brightness

The brighter your screen, the more battery it’s eating. Lowering your screen brightness is easy as all you need to do is go to your settings and turn down the lights to keep your phone running longer.

Be On The Lookout For Push Notifications

Each time your phone receives a notification from the network, it lights up and, depending on your settings, vibrates or makes a noise, too. This settings run down your battery, especially if you are the type that receives a lot of updates. Always put device on do not disturb mode.

Keep Your Phone Cool

If your phone’s lithium-ion battery gets too hot, it’ll discharge its energy faster and could even degrade the maximum life of the battery over time. Don’t carry it in your pocket if you can avoid it (especially if your pants are tight), and never leave your device sitting in direct sunlight or in a hot car.

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