Extend battery life of Smartphones


Learn some tips to extend and increase your Android Smartphone or iPhone's battery life.

You have own costly smartphones with latest Operating system Android, and you are not able to use for long time due less battery backup. Every time you have to carry mobile charger with you like in office and your work place. Here some suggestions are given for better utilization of battery. Here's a primer on how to make those power cells last longer.

(1) Turn off unwanted Programs


At the top of screen widgets is given in Android mobile phone's scroll it down and check the running application. If you are not using any application among them close it. The application's like Bluetooth, GPS and Wi-Fi when you are not using them. Sigh out from the all messenger and push mail program is you are not using and also close it from the task manager. Turn of Wi-Fi and 3G program because it always search for network available within the rang and also consume the battery power.
Android screen widget

(2) Set brightness of mobile screen according to your requirement


From the display setting reduce the screen brightness as per your requirement when the mobile is used for making call only. Because the your mobile display consume more power compare to other application,, manually set display brightness levels to between 30 and 40 percent.
brightness of android phone

(3) Run RAM cleaning Program


Run your task manager application regularly to clean up phone's memory. This program come with pre-installed applications in most of the smartphones. If your device does not come with such a tool, download the free Advanced Task Manger from the Google Play store.

(4) Dark coloured wallpaper for display


Dark coloured themes with dark wallpaper is preferable, it will reduce battery usage. Nowadays most of the device comes with AMOLED screens, which use minimum battery power.
wallpaper with dark colours

(5) Disable Sync like email, Twitter etc.


Wherever you can, disable push notifications in app like email, Twitter, Facebook, etc. instead, set specific update intervals, such as 13 minutes, depending on your usage.

(6) Use paid apps


It is preferable to use paid application. Advertisements in free apps tend to take a heavy toll on battery life.

(7) Check battery usage


Go to your phone's setting to discover which apps consume the most juice, and take a call on which you should uninstall.

(8) Keep it cool


Heat lowers the battery life of a smartphone. Take care to keep the phones away from hot areas like your car's dashboard.

(9) Saviour app


Juice Defender is the Swiss knife of battery-saving apps. It allows you to set rules such as switching-off 3G and connecting to Wi-Fi as soon as you enter your office. Connectivity scheduling lets you control when the phone uses data connection and for how long. For example, when you are sleeping, you don't necessarily need full-time Internet access.


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Comments

Author: Ramchandra15 Feb 2015 Member Level: Gold   Points : 3

Very good article to know the saving of battery life in Android phone. But still most of the Android phones are draining maximum battery backup when there are multiple apps installed in the device. What is maximum capacity battery available in the market for Android Phones?

Author: Timmappa Kamat20 Feb 2015 Member Level: Gold   Points : 5

There isn't a thing like the maximum capacity battery for general purpose. Every smartphone comes with an optimum capacity battery that the hardware can handle. Using batteries that are not meant for your device may, in fact damage your phone.
By the way, I would choose to disagree with one of the points in the article. Using apps that clean RAM would drain your battery than saving it. Many mobile experts advice not to use them. That is because even if clean up RAM using these apps, the apps will start again thereby draining more battery.



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