How To Save Battery Without Battery Saver Apps

Save Battery Without Battery Saver

If you have basic knowledge about smartphone and you know how a battery saver app work on your phone, then you can easily do those things manually and save battery without the power saver app.

Now you thinking if a battery saver app does these things automatically then why you need to do it manually. The cause is, most power saver apps come free, but with ads (consume more data and make device slow) and if you want ads free then you have to spend some money on it. And the most important reason is the Battery Saver App always stay in the background and eat some battery power.

Now we do some clever stuff manually to save battery without the power saver app, we manage some settings like Screen Backlight Brightness, Sound & Vibration, Background Process, at an optimized level and save battery without a battery saver app.

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Manage Screen Backlight Brightness Level

If we reduce the brightness level of our phone’s screen then it saves some battery power, and we get some extra hours to live in with our lovely phone.

Most of our phones come with an auto-brightness level option, turn that option on, it will adjust your brightness according to ambient light with the help of ambient light sensor and save the power of some amount.

If your phone doesn’t have any auto-brightness options or sensor, then to adjust the brightness scale do manually, don’t put in hi-brightness all the time.

Sound & Vibration

Sound and Vibration may help you to notify important task, but unnecessary sound and vibration can down your phone’s battery life. If you adjust it according to your need you can save some battery for your phone.

You can set low media volume and set vibrate for calls. There are many other sounds (Dial pad Tones, Screen locking sounds, Touch sounds, Vibrate on touch) options available you can turn off them according to your need.

Background Process

Background process meaning those apps, you recently closed, but stay in the minimize option. Those apps consumed ram and eat some amount of battery. To clear manually, you mostly have three options they are right below.

Overview Button:Overview Button

This button called Task Switcher/Recent Apps Button or Minimize Button. You can see recently used apps by taping on this button and there is an option (Close All or Clear All) available to clear those background apps.

Apps Manager:

Some Android Versions have options to see all background running apps in a list view. And from there you can kill those apps process or force stop those apps easily.

To go to the Apps Manager in Android 5.0 or earlier, Go to Settings > Apps> Running.Apps Manager

To go to the Apps Manager in Android 6.0 & 7.0 you have to enable Developers Options. After enabling Go to Settings > Developer Options > Running Services. And you can easily stop those apps or force stop.

Built-in-RAM Cleaner:

Some smartphones come with a built-in-Ram cleaner option such as Samsung’s “Smart Manager” option. It will handle all those background ram eater appsSmart Manager.



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