How To Extend Battery Life On Android
This not requires saying to someone that the battery is the most important part of a phone’s body. Without a battery, a phone is not workable. The battery is the power the helps a phone to do its job, what it does. There is no work a smartphone can do without battery/powers, to do every single little thing a phone consumes power. Still, a android phone is able to provide long battery life through some simple process.
Many users get troubles with the low battery life of a phone, but really all the time it happens not for the phone-making company, etc. Users also have power on their hands that they can help their phones to consume little battery power. Through some simple tricks, this can happen, and I am here to tell you 15 tricks. If you follow, it is sure your phone’s battery draining would come low, you can get battery juice for a longer time than before.
Quickly Know The Ways To Extend Battery Life On Android
BUILT SLEEP SCHEDULE OF YOUR ANDROID PHONE
By providing a sleep schedule you can support your phone to take rest, which is a big way which helps to consume low battery juice. There are some phones that have many options, Battery-saver, Do Not Disturb, and Auto-Sleep, and if your phones have anyone among them you can turn on that. If your phone does not support that you can use IFTTT, configure one of its recipes to save your phone’s battery at night, for this go to, https://ifttt.com/login.
USE DARK TYPE THEME:
A dark theme is helpful for batteries that support the battery to consume little power. So you can use a dark theme. If you use Android Pie then by the following points you can enable Dark Theme: Go to ‘Settings‘ > select ‘Display‘ > click ‘Advanced‘ > click ‘Device theme‘ > among the options select ‘Dark‘.
SET BRIGHTNESS TO CHANGE AUTOMATICALLY:
It is also a fruitful way of using less battery in an Android phone. For this go to ‘Settings‘, then ‘System‘ and lastly go to ‘Display‘. There under the ‘Brightness and color‘ section go for ‘Change Brightness Automatically‘ > ‘Lightning changes check box‘, finally choose the ‘Select‘ option.
DISABLE AMBIENT DISPLAY:
The Ambient Display mode‘s job is, it turns on the display when it detects motion that means when one picks up the phone the phone’s display turns on. This is a smart feature but it can use much battery juice. There is a way of the turn of the feature, for this go to ‘Settings‘ on your phone, then, click on ‘Display‘. Next, click on ‘Advanced‘ > ‘Ambient Display‘ > turn off ‘Always On‘. [REMARK: THE SETTINGS CAN DIFFER ON DIFFERENT DEVICES BECAUSE OF ANDROID ECOSYSTEM, SO IF THE ABOVE PROCESS NOT WORKS FOR YOU CAN SEARCH IN THE ‘SETTINGS’ FOR AMBIENT DISPLAY.]
EXAMINE SIGNAL STRENGTH:
You may get shocked after knowing that low single strength eats your phone’s battery in huge quantity. The reason is, the area that has poor cellular coverage there the phone naturally start searching for better signal and use juice in the total process, so, if you want you can stop it. Go to ‘Settings‘, then ‘Network & internet‘ > click ‘Mobile network‘ > click on ‘Preferred network type‘ and select ‘4G, 3G, or 2G‘.
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YOU CAN SET YOUR PHONE’S SCREEN TO TURN OFF FAST:
If you keep the android phone’s display turn on for a long time then it consumes power (battery life) much than normal. To choose fast your displays turns off to go to, ‘Start‘ > ‘Settings‘ > ‘System‘ > ‘Power & Sleep‘ and under the ‘Screen‘ option customize the times.
TURN OFF AUTOMATIC WI-FI:
According to Android Oreo‘s latest feature, it is able to search for nearby networks though the Wi-Fi has turned off in the phone. Naturally, the phone to search networks in the background use more power, if you want you can disable this feature, for go to ‘Settings‘ > ‘Network & internet‘ > ‘Wi-Fi‘ > uncheck the two options ‘Turn on WiFi automatically‘ and ‘Open network notification‘ under the ‘Wi-Fi Preferences‘.
TURN ON BATTERY OPTIMIZATION:
To avoid fast battery discharge you can turn on battery optimization /adaptive battery. By going to Settings you can easily do that. To turn on battery optimization do the following (Android 8.x and Higher): Swipe up or down to access the apps screen from a Home Screen and next go to ‘Settings‘ > ‘Apps‘ > tap the Menu icon. (upper-right) then tap Special access. Next, tap ‘Optimize battery‘ usage > tap the ‘Dropdown‘ menu (at the top), then tap all. After that, tap the app ‘switch‘ to turn on or off.
AVOID APPS WHICH USE MUCH BATTERY:
There are so many apps we use which consume much battery, find out them by our observation, if they are really not required, uninstall them.
YOU CAN TURN OFF ALWAYS ACTIVE DATA:
The Always -active data mode supports the phone to keep away any connection loss at the time switching between mobile data and Wi-Fi, that’s why for this procedure a phone needs much power. To get battery juice for a longer time, you can turn off the feature. On your phone go to the ‘Settings‘ > click on ‘System‘ and next ‘About phone‘. Then click on ‘Advanced‘ > tap ‘Build number‘ multiple times, you may see a notification that says, the ‘developer mode‘ is enabled on your phone. After that, head back to ‘System‘ > click on ‘Developer options‘ > under the Networking category turn off ‘Mobile data always active‘.
TURN OFF KEYBOARD SOUND/ VIBRATIONS:
The vibration and keyboard sound drain up a huge number of batteries, users like to hear and sometimes these are important for them that’s why they using these all. But if you really care about the quick battery draining, you have to stop it. How you can do that? The process is here: Go to ‘settings‘ in your phone > ‘System & Updates‘ > ‘Language & input‘ > touch ‘SwiftKey Keyboard‘. Then, you have to go to ‘Typing‘ >‘Sound & vibration‘ > go to ‘Disable keyboard vibration‘ > toggle off the switch for ‘Keypress Vibration‘.
TRY TO USE APP’S LITE VERSIONS:
A lower version app not only helpful to its users for low-resource, less amount of memory and storage, but it is also supportive in another big segment of a phone, that is the battery. A lite version app uses a low quantity of battery power than the normal heavy app. There are many lite version app available now, for example, Facebook Lite, Twitter Lite, Amazon Kindle, Shazam, Facebook Messenger Lite, etc. You can go for a lite version of the app to avoid excess battery draining of your phone.
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YOU CAN DISABLE GOOGLE ASSISTANT:
Another popular smart feature of a phone now day’s is the Google assistant support. When one does job by this feature, generally, there the phone requires paying lots of quantity of battery juice behind the process. You can disable this feature, the steps are: Firstly, open the Google Assistant > tap the icon at the top right > tap on ‘More‘ option > ‘Settings‘ > click ‘Assistant‘ > choose your tablet/ phone under the ‘Assistant devices’ > turn off two options ‘Access with Voice Match‘ and ‘Unlock with Voice Match’.
TRY TO NOT USE INTERNET ALL THE TIME:
To avoid quick battery draining do not use the internet every time. Some peoples kept open internet on their Android also when they are not using their phone, secondly, streaming videos/ music, using GPS for a long time, using hotspots, etc. these all are reasons for quick battery outflow.
TURN ON BATTERY SAVER:
Last way of our list which is a quick but effective path. Now almost every Android phones support low power mode/battery saver. If the users of these android phones need to extend a low battery life they can use this battery saver/low power mode feature.