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9 Tips to Extend your Smartphone’s Battery Life

Experts have given 9 tips that will extend your smartphone’s battery Life

Over the last few years, smartphones have changed quite a bit when it comes to the camera, design, battery, and even performance. However, in terms of batteries is still quite sad, because smartphones get large displays, sensor systems, and fast processors – all this in the end quite significantly consumes energy. At the moment, most users use a variety of fast charging, smart power modes, etc., but the problem still exists.

Tips to extend your Smartphone’s Battery life

We have selected 9 tips to help improve the autonomy of your smartphone. Follow the below-mentioned tips to extend your smartphone’s battery life. You may know about some, but some will definitely be new.

1. Turn off vibration and tactile recoil

There are users who like vibration and tactile impact on a smartphone, for example, when typing on a smartphone, but there are also those who do not like it. No matter what camp you belong to, it is important to understand that the Vibro motor consumes energy, and this will not affect the autonomy globally, but there are many such trifles, and in the end, they impair the autonomy.

2. Disable the “OK, Google” command check all the time

It is important to understand that in order to respond to the command “OK, Google”, your smartphone constantly listens to what is happening around, and this involves certain background processes, and these processes negatively affect the autonomy.

3. Turn off “Always On Display”

Different manufacturers call this mode differently, but everyone understands that it is a constant display of status information on the OLED display. One of the advantages of the OLED display is also that when the black color is displayed, this display does not consume any energy. To do this, you need to install black wallpaper on your desktop and lock screen, as well as enable dark mode in all applications that support it.

4. Restrict applications from accessing geolocation

No matter what operating system you have, there are many applications that track your location. In general, a smart solution would be to turn off geolocation while you’re not using Google Maps, Uber, and other apps that need geolocation. If you do not want to do it all the time, just make a list of applications that need to use geolocation, and for others just restrict access.

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5. Always install updates

Manually updating applications is a rather tedious task, but it allows you to improve the overall speed of the system and battery life. This is because application developers improve battery life and system resource consumption with updates. That’s why you should always make sure you have the latest version of the applications you’re using.

6. If possible, turn on flight mode

Flight mode or Airplane mode is a mode in which your smartphone does not use different wireless standards, so your smartphone consumes much less power. Of course, this is not a solution for every day, but in the event that you need to save battery power, you should use it. This is especially important and convenient if you are in a place with poor communication, because the antennas of the smartphone are constantly trying to receive a signal and, as a result, consume much more energy. This is especially important when traveling because your smartphone will constantly catch the signal, but there is no Internet, so the communication modules consume energy in vain.

7. Discard widgets

Many Android applications support widgets that output information from relevant services. Of course, some of them are quite convenient, but in general, it is not very convenient and necessary. The problem here is that the battery is constantly being used when updating information for widgets that are installed on your desktop. The best solution is to remove infrequently used widgets. You only need to keep the ones you use every day and you can’t do without.

8. Turn off automatic synchronization

Apps like Gmail, Twitter, Calendar, etc. constantly updating information to reflect the latest data for you. This is necessary if you need the latest information, but it negatively affects battery life. To disable automatic synchronization, you need to find the item “Google Account” in the settings, and already there to disable synchronization for unnecessary applications.

9. Track the use of GPS, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and NFC

You should monitor all wireless standards if you do not use them because they are constantly in “search” mode, which is why they consume battery power. Turn off Wi-Fi when using 4G LTE / 5G, and vice versa. NFC and GPS should be turned off altogether if you are not using them. Bluetooth should also be turned off if your smartphone does not have a smartwatch, headphones, or fitness tracker.

Muhammad Madhat
Muhammad Madhat
I'm Muhammad Madhat, a seasoned writer and tech enthusiast who enjoys staying on top of the latest trends in technology, and entertainment Industry. I have a wide range of experience in the sports and love to write about all sporting events happening in the world.

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