How to Save Smartphone Battery
Today’s smartphone gadgets have become a basic need for upper middle class people. Dependence on smartphone technology is increasingly increasing, this is marked by the always increasing number of smartphone users each year.
In the past we knew that cellphones were limited to sending short messages and telephones, but now cellphones categorized as smartphones have become a versatile tool and almost support all forms of needs, ranging from work, knowledge, health, playing games, socializing and so forth.
However, whatever things you want to do with your smartphone if the battery power is weak or even depleted, obviously you can’t do those things. The most common thing that happens on the most intrusive smartphone is the decrease in battery power when it is being used, so we cannot continue to chat, browse, stream, socialize media and so on.
Here are some tips so that the battery can last longer than usual for both Android and iOS operating system users, so you will play your smartphone longer than usual.
1. REDUCE SMARTPHONE SCREEN
We need to know that the brighter the smartphone screen, the greater the battery power used, so the faster the battery is used up. For that, dim the smartphone screen through the settings and turn off the smartphone screen when not in use.
2. TURN OFF THE RADIO SIGNAL FOR BLUETOOTH AND WI-FI
After finishing using Bloetooth and Wi-Fi immediately turn off both of these features. Especially if you have finished using Wi-Fi. The habit of smartphone users is to use the free Wi-Fi service at a friend’s house or office where a friend works, but sometimes forgets to turn off the Wi-Fi feature on a smartphone when finished using it. This is what makes battery power very wasteful and quickly run out, because these devices will always look for Wi-Fi networks wherever we go.
3. TURN OFF LIVE WALLPAPERS
The use of live wallpapers is indeed greatly beautifies the smartphone’s background display. But this does not need to be used if you are a smartphone battery saver generation.
4. TURN OFF VIBRATE FEATURES
The vibrate or vibrate feature is indeed very useful, especially if we are hearing impaired people. The more so if you are in a meeting situation or a place that needs another lonely situation. However, the vibration feature is very draining the power of the smartphone, for that use only at certain times.
5. DO NOT WATCH YOUTUBE VIDEOS AND REDUCE MP3 PLAYS
The more smartphones you use for streaming and listening to mp3 songs, the more the battery runs out.
6. CLOSE THE APPLICATION THAT IS NOT USED
Actually there are quite a lot of applications that work when the smartphone is turned on, therefore immediately close applications that are deemed not being used or not needed, for example Maps that use GPS, in addition to saving battery you also have saved smartphone internet quota.
7. DO BATTERY CHARGING UP TO 100%
The fatal habit that is often done by smartphone users is to remove the battery charger when charging is not fully completed or not 100%. If things are always done repeatedly, it will make the smartphone battery freeze or leak, so that the battery will run out faster when used, especially for those who often use the power bank to charger the smartphone.
Thus some ways to save battery power on a smartphone , be selective and wise in using a smartphone to keep the battery from running out quickly, especially in situations of important moments.