Tip and Tricks to extend your phone’s battery life

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Battery not lasting?. How to Extend your phone battery life, most times android user complain about battery loss after charging for a long time, your smartphone battery get down either by your phone battery or your phone is at fault or something else, and most of it all not all smartphone companies produce long battery, in 2018 most people still carry their charger in case of battery low, I think there is no better battery yet that can last you the period you want, if you are surfing the internet, although some new phones still last, like the Tecno Camon X Pro well as the Tecno Spark 2. You can use a power bank to support your phone battery.
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Battery lost is caused by unnecessary hardware, app running in the background which you don't even notice, home screen widget and live wallpaper.


Today our aim is to show you how to reduce your phone power consumption.


With the latest mode of the smartphone device, you phone can never last you a week no matter how strong the battery is, because of those big, bright screens along with Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS and 4G, anyway by following our guide and making a few changes to your phone’s settings, or to even extend about the way you use your phone, you should be able to extend your phone’s battery life.


Try these tips to make your phone last longer than before.


1. First see what's Reducing your Battery Percent

Navigate to Settings > Battery to see an organized breakdown of what's consuming your phone's battery. 

Your Applications will display in a descending list of battery usage and consumption. If you see an application, you use or you never use, you'll want to uninstall the app or turn off the feature.


2. Enable Battery-saving modes
Enable the battery-saving mode on your phone, you can find the battery-saving mode in your phone settings, the battery-saving mode is an inbuilt feature available for all smartphone. 

Enabling a battery-saving mode will manages the phone's in a different aspect like reduce the screen time-out setting, disable on-screen animation, and turn off vibration, prevent apps from updating in the background, dim your screen, By default, this mode turns on when your battery level drops to 20 percent, but you can set it to kick on at any battery level of your choice.

Some new version of smartphones have an ultra power saving modes. These feature turn everything off except those necessary for making phone calls and sending text messages.

3. Reduce your Phone Screen time-out 
Reduce your screen time out, you can do that by swiping your phone notification tap down twice or once in the case may be or you can find it at the bottom by swiping up in some smartphone, all phone's are not the same, under your phone's display settings menu, you should find an option labeled 'Screen Time-out, 'Sleep' or something similar. Reduce the screen time-out, consider reducing it to 30 to 15 second if so. 

Turn down the brightness and turn off Automatic Brightness. It's probably obvious at this point, but you'll be surprised by how much this one alone helps to improve battery life.

4. Don't Leave Apps Running in the Background
Don't leave your app running in background, turn off the app that are not useful in background it help save battery, by killing apps you aren't using, you can reduce your CPU workload and cut down on its power consumption. 

To turn app you aren't using Navigate to Settings > Apps, swipe to the left; you'll see a list of apps that are running. Tap on each one to see what they're for; you can stop any apps you don't need running in the background all the time.


5. Remove Unnecessary Home Screen Widgets and Live Wallpaper

Remove unnecessary home screen widget. And live wallpaper, Just because they're there on the home screen inactive, doesn't mean they're not consuming power. This goes for widgets that updates status in the background, but don't dump everything, as part of what makes smartphone great are the home screen customizations; just remove the ones you don't use.)

5. Turn off the Connectivity Are Not in Use

Turn off connectivity that are not in use, one of the biggest battery sucker is the apps using GPS, Wi-Fi and mobile data for monitoring your location. 

As a user, you can revoke such apps' access to location services, or set levels (in Android) to determine how much power they in use. Navigate to Settings > Location, you can choose High accuracy when you need it, or Battery saving when you don't.

Be carefree about what you allow every that use GPS and Wi-Fi app to access. Allowing your apps to integrate with your location, camera, or SD card can be convenient but is most often unnecessary. Granting too many permissions to an app and never use them will drain your battery for no benefit, so disable when not in use.


Turn off your Wi-Fi when not in use, same thing with your bluetooth connectivity, when not in use Wi-Fi radio drain battery. 


Turn off Bluetooth

Turn off your Bluetooth when not in use no matter now much you love using Bluetooth with your hands-free headset, your wireless speaker or activity tracker, the extra radio is listening for signals from the outside world. This way, you can help save an hour or more to your phone's battery life.

6. Update your Apps

Updating your applications, android app often get updated to use less battery power and not to consume power, so make sure your apps are up to date. Even if you have to configured the phone for automatic updates over Wi-Fi or carrier network. 

Battery saving myths exposed, this are the tips in use for saving battery life hope it will help, share to save someone else battery life.
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