How to Make Your Smartphone Battery Last Longer


The increased use of smartphones means that most of us use them more and more these days. We call, we use the Internet, we read the news, we buy online, we book tickets, we do online banking, and we use our smartphones for many other purposes. Comfort and convenience are the things that make our lives hassle-free and much easier. But doing all these put a lot of pressure on the batteries of our smartphones, the following are some steps you can take to help your smartphone battery last longer.

Charging your battery regularly: Our smartphones have large batteries so we don’t need to charge them frequently. But many people are used to charging their battery repeatedly and this is something that should be avoided. When charging the battery frequently, you are putting extra pressure on the battery and these will have a negative impact on the battery life and performance. It is reasonable to charge your battery once it is very low. This will help maintain the battery in good condition and ensure you don’t experience low battery all the time. Leaving your phone on charging all night is not a good practice and should be avoided.

Use of third-party or cheap chargers: A lot of people often use third-party chargers or low-cost chargers to charge their phones. This is something that damages your battery and your smartphone. It does not make sense to spend $500 on a smartphone and charge it with a cheap charger. Most brands also recommend charging your phone only with the supplied charger. These third-party chargers can also harm your smartphone. Therefore, you should avoid this error and always charge your phone with the charger provided by the manufacturer.

Switch off the phone data when not necessary: Most of us use data on our smartphones. But it too uses a lot of battery and all applications on your smartphone also deplete your smartphone's battery. When you are not using data, it is good to turn off the data, as it will help keep the battery life longer. You may also have some unnecessary applications on your smartphone that you can no longer use. It is better to uninstall them, and it will as well help in saving your smartphone's battery.








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