How to save battery

You might need your battery to last longer; here are some tips that might help

  • Check to see if your phone has a “Battery Save” option. If so, you can turn this on to increase the life of your battery.
  • When you are about to restart the phone for any network malfunction, first try to switch the flight mode ON and OFF, instead of restarting the phone, as restarting the phone takes more battery.
  • If your phone is connected to your email, make sure it’s not set to check your email every 15 minutes or half an hour. This means that every time it checks, you lose a little battery. Set it to where it doesn’t check automatically, and you’ll save a lot of battery this way.
  • You should not have to turn off your phone to charge it. Most battery chargers deliver more than enough current to power your phone and charge it at the same time. Doing so will not lengthen the charge time, and leaving a phone on allows the user to be aware of its fuel gauge, so that you can remove it when the battery is full.
  • When using a car charger, do not charge the battery when the inside temperature of your car is hot. Wait until the car has cooled before you plug in the phone.
  • Turn power saver on and charge the phone while it is on. Also be sure to not charge the phone too much; it may reduce the life of the battery, requiring you to buy a whole new battery.
  • There are numerous battery retailers and discounters that will answer questions you have regarding prolonging the life of your cell phone battery.
  • Regardless of how well you care for your battery, it will die eventually. When it does, you may be able to have it refurbished by sending it to the manufacturer or bringing it back to the retailer. If it cannot be refurbished, or if you just want to get a new battery, be sure to recycle it, either by returning it to the manufacturer or retailer, or by bringing it to a recycling center. Most major retail electronics stores have drop-off boxes for recycled phones.
  • mAh is an abbreviation for milli-ampere hours which are units of electrical charge. Larger values, for batteries of the same battery voltage, indicate that the battery has a larger capacity and will power your phone for a longer period of time before charging.
  • Nickel Metal Hydride (NiMH) batteries naturally get quite warm while charging, unless you use a specialized “slow charger”. If your phone uses a NiMH battery, do not worry about the heat generated during charging unless it becomes so hot that it is uncomfortable to touch.
  • While charging your phone, keep it on any non-heat absorbent material such as wooden table, plastic shelf, book, metallic table most effective (as it is conductor of heat, it takes away minor heat generated by battery).
  • Turn the phone’s screen off as soon as possible after making a call.
  • Go to Settings – General – Usage – Battery Usage and check what apps are killing your battery.
  • Don’t keep opening apps! After using every app, delete the tab. Don’t leave a load of apps open

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