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How to Save Battery Power on an Android and boost battery life

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How to Save Battery Power on an Android

Nowadays, The Android operating system which offers many interesting features like WiFi, GPS, and countless apps. Unfortunately, many features can take a toll on your device's battery power and cause it to be removed quickly. Fortunately, there are some simple moves that you can try to increase the battery life of your device.

A) Making Simple Changes

1. Turn on Power Saving Mode

power saving mode

 For most devices, you have to swipe down from the top of the screen to bring up the menu. Unless you have a power saving option, scroll down and select it.

  1. Power saving mode can slow down your phone.
  2. If you are getting instant notifications from social media applications, they will stop until you open the app.

2. Turn off WiFi, Bluetooth, and GPS if not in use.

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 All of these use battery power, even if you are not using them. For example, the wireless networking transmitter will continue to search for wireless connections on a regular basis until it is operational. It uses battery power, even if you are not browsing the Internet.

  • To turn off these features, just swipe down from the top of your screen. Scroll to the edge with the menu, and deselect the item.

3.Turn off any apps you are not using. 

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Close the app by pressing a back or home button is not enough; The app can continue to run in the background and may remove the battery power. You should access your device's recent and background apps and turn them off manually. This will usually ensure that they are not running in the background and using battery power.

4. Keep your phone in standby mode if not in use.

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Just press the power button and the display will be dark. This will reduce battery power To leave standby mode, just press the power button again; Once this is up, you may need to unlock your phone.

5. Turn off the phone vibrate function. 

turn off vibrate

Press the Volume button up and down until you leave Vibration mode. Turning off vibrations for text messages can also be a good idea. You have to go to your settings, and then go to "Sound and display". If you are not getting settings for messages there, go to "Apps," and then "Messages."

B) Making Advanced Changes

1.Reduce the brightness of your display.

reduce screen brightness

Go to your settings, and select " display". Tap on "Brightness" and move the slider towards the brightness.

  • If you are using Power Saving mode, then the brightness of your screen may already be lower.
  • Reducing the brightness will make it difficult to see the screen out in particular.
  • If you are using the Internet, there may be a shortcut to adjust the brightness in the settings for the Internet.

2.Set your screen timeout to the lowest length.

decrease screen timeout

This setting tells the device to turn off the device after the selected period of inactivity. The short-term will use less power of your performance. The setting options differ from phone to phone.

  • You can find this option under your settings. Go to "display," and select "Screen timeout."

3.Use black background,if your device have AMOLED screen

black background

 The AMOLED screen can reduce the use of seven times electricity by displaying black rather than white or any other color. While searching on your phone, you can also use Black Google Mobile on to get standard Google results (including images) in Black Google[1].

4. Switch your device to use only 2G networks. 

If you do not want to access high-speed data, or you do not have any 3G or 4G network in your area, you can switch your device only to use 2G mobile network. You will still access the  EDGE network data and WiFi if needed.

switch network

  • To switch to the 2G network, go to your device's settings, and select "Wireless Control". Scroll down then select "Mobile network" and tap on  "only 2G network".

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