5 Ways To Improve Android Smartphone’s battery Backup

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5 Ways To Save Your Android Smartphone batteryIf you have Android smartphone and use all its features, You may feel that battery of your smartphone drains rapidly. Smartphone has so many processes running simultaneously which use resources of your phone. So it consumes lots of battery. If you use social media apps and camera a lot, you will not be satisfied with your phone’s battery backup. If you are a heavy user, you should always consider phones with best battery backup.

You can still do some optimization to improve the battery backup of your phone.

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1. Analyze battery usage

Navigate to Settings > Battery and see what is the main process consuming your phone’s battery. It will help you in analyzing your phone’s battery usage and start thinking of optimization.

If you see an application that you hardly use but it is consuming your battery more than normal, you can think of uninstalling this app. If your phone’s screen is using the battery, it means you are using your phone a lot. Either try to use less or reduce the display brightness.

2. Turn unnecessary connectivity settings.

Our phone has lots of connectivity options.These include LTE, NFC, GPS, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth. But there is no need to keep these options on all the time. If you are not in the area where you get any Wifi signal, turn off the Wifi. Same thing with Mobile data, Bluetooth and other connectivity options.

These options consume your battery. So, turn it off when not in use.

3. Dump unnecessary home screen widgets and live wallpaper

Try to keep your Home screen clean with fewer widgets. If you use Live wallpaper, you should not. Even if you see Home screen inactive, it consumes powers. So avoid using unnecessary widgets that may consume power even if you are not using your phone.

Try to use dark wallpaper. Using a black or dark wallpaper can save the battery because such screens light up only the colored pixels. The more dark pixels, the less power it consumes.

4. Keep Brightness Low

Even if I talked about this in the first point. But I also want to make it clear that keeping brightness low is better than keeping automatic brightness. Auto brightness also consumes lots of power because sensors keep on checking outdoor light for optimizing brightness. If you just keep brightness low, it will save enough battery juice. You will instantly feel the change after reducing it to low.

5. Use power saving mode

Most of the phones now come with battery optimization options and power saving modes. If your phone’s ROM offers Power Saving mode, do not hesitate to use it. When you are on low battery, you can also switch to ultra power saving mode.

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Deepanker Verma is the founder of Techlomedia. He is a tech blogger, developer and gadget freak.

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