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4 charging mistakes you should not ignore

Many phone users tend to complain that their device’s batteries discharge quickly. Here are some 4 mistakes that users typically make when charging their phones.

1. Low Battery

Avoid waiting for your battery to reach a critically low level before charging. The effect of this on your phone battery is not immediate, but over time it begins to manifest and it eventually stresses out your phone battery and shortens the battery life.

2. Keeping your phone case on while charging

Your phone typically emits heat when charging. To avoid exposing your device to ambient temperatures, it’s advisable to remove the phone case while charging your phone so that the heat emitted from your phone while charging can escape. This way you can prevent your device from becoming hotter and potentially overheating when charging. Charging your battery at uncomfortable temperatures can permanently damage battery capacity.

3. Charging wrongly

You should mind where you charge your phone because not doing so can negatively affect your battery capacity. Phones have a temperature range they can function normally and charging your phone in a hot area can raise the temperature and stress the battery out. Also, charging your phone in especially low-temperature areas, like in front of an air conditioner, can also cause problems for your battery that will eventually affect its optimum performance.

4. Charging your phone overnight

The least you’ll sleep throughout the night is most likely going to be between 5 to 8 hours, your smartphone battery typically only needs 2 to 3 hours to fully charge. Charging your phone overnight, constantly stresses your phone battery each night. Sooner than later, your phone is likely to have battery problems. In addition, the temperature rises when the battery is overcharged, so apart from shortening battery life, it can also threaten user’s safety in the event it quickly heats up and explodes. It’s better to charge your phone before you sleep and switch it off while sleeping to preserve the battery till the next day.

How To Display Your Phone Screen On Your Tv

You can allow your TV access your phone. Just follow these easy steps to display your phone on your TV screen

How to Connect Using an HDMI Cable

Wired connections is an easy and reliable way to connect an Android to an HDMI input on the TV. By plugging the smaller end into your device and the HDMI end into your TV, your screen can share without needing an Internet connection because of a bad signal.

How to Connect Android to TV Wirelessly


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Wireless connections are a popular option for screen mirroring because you have the freedom to move around. In order to wirelessly connect an Android to the TV, you’ll need the following these easy steps:

1) A Miracast enabled Android device. Most Android 4.2 or later devices already have Miracast built in. A Miracast enabled TV or a wireless display adapter that supports Miracast. A wireless display adapter is a small device that you will plugs into your TV’s HDMI port. Your Android is able to communicate with the Miracast-enabled adapter wirelessly to screen mirror.


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To begin screen mirroring, follow these steps

  • Connect the wireless display adapter into your TV’s open HDMI port and into a power outlet.
  • Change the input source on your TV to the appropriate HDMI input.
  • In the settings menu of your Android, open the “wireless display” application.
  • Select your adapter from the list of available devices.
  • Follow the on-screen instructions to finish set up.
  • Note that all adapters are different and have various set up requirements. For adapters that require Wi-Fi, be sure that your Android and adapter are connected to the same Wi-Fi network. You can also refer to your adapter’s user manual for specific set up instructions.

Comparison between Samsung S10 plus and iPhone 11 pro max

Samsung S10 plus
iPhone 11pro max

Apple’s iPhone 11 Pro Max is here, and it’s gunning for Samsung’s recently earned crown. The launch of Apple’s latest Max-labelled handset means that the Galaxy S10 Plus has some stiff competition; both handsets are extra-large, extra-powerful and extra-expensive.

If you’re looking to purchase either one of these handsets, then we congratulate you on your recent lottery win. We’re here to help you find the best phone for you – our comprehensive guide outlines the key differences between the iPhone 11 Pro Max and Samsung Galaxy Note 10

The iPhone 11 Pro Max has a 6.5in OLED display, while the S10 Plus uses a marginally smaller 6.4in AMOLED panel. The 11 Pro Max measures 8.3mm deep, while the S10 Plus comes in at a trim 7.8mm.

Design & Appearance

In terms of appearance, the iPhone 11 Pro Max has some thick bezels around the screen, with a wide notch and the same rounded edges as its stablemates. The 11 Pro Max comes in four colours – gold, silver, Space Grey and Midnight Green – and is made from stainless steel with a glass back.

Meanwhile, the Galaxy S10 Plus includes sharper corners and slimmer bezels, with a dual hole-punch front camera to break up the otherwise unimpeded screen. The handset has a glass-coated back panel that comes in four colours: Prism Black, Prism White, Prism Green and Prism Blue.

Price

Let’s be clear: neither one of these phones is cheap. The iPhone 11 Pro Max starts at £1,149 for the 64GB model, rising to £1,299 for 256GB and £1,499for the 512GB variant.

Storage

Iphone 11

64GB/256GB/512GB

Samsung S10

128GB/512GB/1TB (microSD up to 512GB)

Rear camera

Iphone 11

12MP (f/2.4), 12MP (f/1.8), 12MP (f/2.0)

Samsung 10 plus

12MP (f/1.5-2.4), 12MP (f/2.4), 16MP (f/2.2)

Front camera

Iphone 11

12MP (f/2.2)

Samsung s10 plus

10MP (f/1.9), 8MP (f/2.2)
Battery