Now, most people are using android phones because it has cool features and it’s user friendly. All this features maybe cool and powerful, but can also be the reason why you have short battery life.
Here are few tricks to help you get longer battery life;
1 TURN YOUR PHONE OFF
Obviously, this is not an option but you can keep your battery life with this trick. If your smartphone is not in use, turning it off is the easiest way to save battery life.
2 TURN OF VIBRATIONS AND KEY TONES
All the vibrations and the extra key tones drains more battery life unnoticed, I recommend turning these options off and setting your ringtones to a low level to save extra power.
3 DECREASE SCREEN BRIGHTNESS
With this trick, you can save a lot of battery life via decreases your screens brightness, if you can set your brightness to 50% or lower, setting it at a higher level will drain more battery. New smartphones supports adaptive brightness, it also helps
4 DONT USE LIVE WALLPAPERS
Live wallpaper is one of the best cool feature on an android phone, but unfortunately it drains battery life unnoticed. I recommend using a static wallpaper, a picture with more black would be best.
5 TURN OFF BLUETOOTH AND WIFI
Bluetooth and WiFi are part of the mostly used features on android devices. They tend to drain battery life quickly, I recommend turning these off when not in use.
I hope this few tricks help
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