The battery is the most important factor of your smartphone as the same gives you the power to go out with confidence. Without the power in the battery, you cannot able to connect with anyone and everyone look for a charger whenever spend an extra amount of time somewhere. You can extend the battery life of your phone with some good charging practice and deleting the unwanted junk from your device. One of the best examples for the same, you may notice that when you purchase a new smartphone, it offers you good battery life but after a couple of years of usage, it will start dropping the battery life and that is mainly due to your customization as well as wrong charging practice and the junk files. Well, today in Akhil Explains series I will guide you to the best charging practice and some other tips which will enable you to get an extended battery life of your phone.
When should charge the phone?
The charging time is very crucial to get an extended battery life, you must remember that you should not give over load to your battery. You must follow the golden rule of charging and that is to charge between 30% and 80%. Having said that, there is a myth of charging from 0 to 100% and it is also seen that people charge the device overnight.
Well, overcharging and giving 100 percent of the charge is actually shortening the battery life. So always give short charges to give get extended battery life.
Always use your phone charger
I have seen many people use the charger of other phones and other smartphone brands, especially you when you visit your relative or friend’s place, and you use the charger which is available at their place. This will definitely make a big impact and affect your battery life because the charger which comes in the retail box of your phone knows the exact current value that your phone requires. So always try to avoid other chargers and use yours only.
Always check condition
Never charge your device why to Hot and Cold conditions as the same will affect the battery of your phone.
Remove unwanted widgets
You will download many applications and widgets on your device and if you are using an Android smartphone then you have a variety of options to customize the home screen and other aspects of your smartphone. But remove unused and unwanted widgets and the live wallpaper because the same will utilize lots of energy and the same will affect your battery. Always try to use static wallpaper and remove the fancy widgets.
Delete junk files
Your phone will definitely a place of lots of digital junk which save after using a smartphone or tablet for a long time. This will definitely require more energy and processing and it will also affect your battery life.
Enable dark mode
Disable unwanted notifications
Use adaptive brightness
So these are the few methods by which you can able to get an extended battery life of your phone. Let us know how often you charge your phone and your charging practice in the comments section below.