Many Android users are facing the problem of battery in their day to day life. Since the Android smartphone has become part of human life the longer lasting of battery in their smartphone matter most. Many of the user’s wonders on what they can do to make their phone’s battery last longer. We have discussed some of the tips to make an Android phone’s battery last longer in this article.
Disable Bluetooth and Wi-Fi When Not In Use.
Turning on Bluetooth and Wi-Fi also consumes battery. Disabling or Turning off these services will help your battery last longer. To turn off Bluetooth service, go to “Settings > Bluetooth” and turn off the Bluetooth.
Similarly, to turn on Wi-Fi from your device, go to “Settings > Wi-Fi”. Toggle off the Wi-Fi to disconnect internet connection from your device.
Disable Apps Running in the Background.
The mobile application running in the background also consume battery. Mostly CPU and graphics intensive application such as games consume more battery uses. Disabling the app from running in the background helps in saving battery. But disabling these apps in the background, you won’t be able to receive any notifications. To Disable Apps Running in the Background, go to “Settings > Installed Apps > Choose an app > Other Permissions”.
Disable Adaptive or Automatic Brightness.
Disabling Adaptive or Automatic Brightness helps to prevent battery for longer. Automatic brightness drains the battery faster than usual. It may sound useful, but auto brightness is usually brighter than needed. So, it is better to manually set the brightness level to low and bump it up when necessary. To ensure turning off this feature, go to “Settings > Display >Brightness Level > Automatic Brightness”.
Disable Haptic Feedback / Vibrate.
Your phone consumes more power than it needs when it vibrates. Switch off vibrate unless you really need that. Also turn off vibration alerts for incoming calls. Turning off haptic feedback and vibration is a good idea. It feels cool using these feature but it doesn’t make your battery stay longer as it drains the battery. To disable Haptic Feedback go to “Settings > Language & input > Virtual Keyboard > Gboard > Preferences > turn off vibrate on keypress.
Uninstall Unnecessary Application.
We are never aware of what is actually running in the background. These background running apps consumes battery as it performs various operations including multi-tasking, self-uploading, auto-replicating. The unused apps may be trying to connect to the existent server and minimize the battery. So, removing such unwanted application minimizes the chances of randomly hovering up all battery. To uninstall unnecessary apps from your smartphone go to “Settings > Installed Apps > Choose App > Tap Uninstall”.
Clear App Cache.
Clearing the App Cache is also one of the ways of extending battery life. Sometimes apps cache also consumes battery unnecessarily. Clearing app not just helps to improve the battery life but also improves the overall performance of the phone. You don’t need to clear every app cache, just clear the cache of the app that is giving the problem. To clear app cache, go to “Settings > Installed Apps > Clear data > Clear cache”.
These are some of the tips that are useful for saving your phone’s battery. What do you guys think about this topic? How was your experience with your phone’s battery performance? Let us know if we have missed some of the great tips top mention in our article. You can also suggest as tips which best worked for you.