How to fix battery drain.
How to fix battery drain.
Nowadays we have a very powerful device in our pockets that makes our life easier, help us to enjoy every moment of our life, like : taking pictures anywhere and anytime, make calls , watching Netflix or YouTube , communicate and share anything, learning and studying, make a research, make videos and articles to help people or share a knowledge, and lot of more other things that looks like magic ..
But the magic ends when the energy (battery) is down, so in this article we will talk about how to maintain the magic for a longer time but first let us tell you what are the things that make your battery drain fast , first thing is first the hardware: CPU, screen, detectors, speakers, Wi-Fi, cellular connections, Bluetooth, GPS, cameras .. all those equipment use the energy coming from the battery to do the job, so to have a good day without a charger we need to cut the energy line for the unused equipment. And here some tips on how to do that:
Use power-saving mode, this helps a lot but use it when you don’t use your phone (while driving or working).
Turn off: Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, 4G, whenever you don’t use it (when Wi-Fi is available to use it and turn off your 4G, 4G needs a lot of energy than the Wi-Fi).
GPS deactivate access of any app that uses GPS except for emergency calls (SOS) and find my device.
Brightness requires more battery to achieve and thus turning down your brightness will reduce the battery consumption.
Turn on auto-lock
Use the wire headphones instead of speakers or Bluetooth headphones
Turn on Dark mode, where the screen uses a black background instead of light-coloured one. Using the dark mode can help save battery life.
Stop vibrating If your phone is ringing, you don’t need it to vibrate as well.
Despite the popularity of task-killer apps, manually closing running apps doesn’t help battery life closing an app can even very slightly damage battery life, if the phone system requires it to run again (or when you open it again). So In battery setting section turn on “Background restriction” and “Battery optimization” on.
Phone batteries are healthiest if you keep them above 20% capacity and below 90%. To be extremely precise, they’re healthiest around 50% capacity.
If you have an old phone and our article didn’t help you may need to think about (depending on how old is your battery more specifically how many charge cycle it had ) Battery lifespan: it is the amount of time a battery lasts until it needs to be replaced.