Android smartphones are fun to use but sadly they don’t have endless battery life. Most of the smartphones out there don’t even last for a one full day if you get busy with it the whole day. Don’t you get worried when you’re away from your home and you see your phone’s battery is slipping away? Don’t worry today i’ll teach you many ways on how you can conserve your phone’s battery life.Let’s take a look at some different ways.
- Don’t use Auto Brightness on your Phone Device
It may sound useful to use auto brightness but auto brightness is usually a lot brighter than you actually need.As we know the brightness of the screen is one the biggest battery sucker it is better if you manually set the brightness to a level that is comfortable to you and increase or decrease when needed.This can save a lot of your battery life.
- Turn Off Phone Vibration
Vibrations can be really useful on the places where you cannot hear your phone ringing such as on a busy street.However, smartphone vibrations are not produced by some magical powers. To produce the vibration your phone has to spin a vibration motor which can really drain your battery. It takes more power to vibrate your phone than it does to ring it.So unless you really need that added awareness, turn off vibration alerts for incoming calls.
- Quit the Apps Running in the Background
Smartphones have a powerful feature of running more than one app at a time but sadly it drains your battery and creates laggy experience. By killing apps that you aren’t actually using, you can drastically reduce your CPU’s workload and cut down on its power consumption. In Android, click the multi-tasking button which is placed at the bottom of the screen with two other buttons and you can swipe away apps to close them.
- Turn off Connectivity Features When not Required
Every smartphone these days has GPS, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth,Mobile data but do you really need them activated 24 hours per day? These guys are the biggest culprits of draining your battery. Turn them off when you don’t need them.Most of the users leave these features running all day without knowing it’s impact on the phones battery. Use them only when you need them.
- Black Wallpaper Saves your Battery Life on Your Android Phone
If your phone has AMOLED screen which many android devices have then you can use simple black wallpaper to save your battery. Black wallpaper can increase battery life because AMOLED screens only illuminate the colored pixels.You can use the simple black wallpaper on your home screen, lock screen or both to save your battery life.
- Use ‘Lite’ or ‘Go’ Versions of AppsAlmost everyone with a smart phone use popular social media apps like Facebook, Instagram, twitter etc. which are the major battery suckers. Luckily now you can enjoy the ‘lite’ versions of this popular apps which contains all the necessary features but are simpler and economical than there powerful versions.The most used social media of all time Facebook and messenger have Lite apps. Other popular social media apps like Instagram, twitter also have lite apps which prove to be really beneficial for increasing your battery life.
- Turn your Phone Off
I know this is not the answer you were looking for but switching your phone off when you don’t need it can save your battery. Turn your phone off while going to bed at night unless you’re expecting a call in the middle of the night. Just turn it off when you know that you wont be needing your phone for next few hours. Maybe it could be during social gatherings where you like to give your time to people rather than phone or during your exams when you’re trying to concentrate on your book.
Using any of the above power saving methods can help you maximize your battery life. As you can see there are various components on your android phone sucking down the battery.However, applying the above power saving methods can make a huge difference on your daily life. Lastly I would like to suggest you to turn off your connectivity services and lower your screen brightness as these two are the major battery sucking components. Keeping these two components on mind alone can save you from buying a power bank.