Tired of constantly having to charge your phone? Is your phone’s battery life rapidly decreasing? Here are some tips and tricks that can help you extend your phone’s battery life.
1. Lower the screen’s brightness
One of the biggest battery consumers is screen brightness. Lowering the screen brightness can save a significant amount of battery life. Modern smartphones have an adaptive brightness setting that automatically adjusts the brightness according to the lighting environment. This feature is useful for saving battery life as the screen brightness is reduced when the phone is in a dimly lit environment.
2. Turn off the vibration function
Vibration functions are also a big battery drain. Turning off your phone’s vibrate feature can help extend battery life. Instead of vibrations, you can switch to audible notifications, which require less power.
The reason vibration functions affect battery life is that they require a motor to run, which consumes power. When the vibration function is turned off, the motor is not used, resulting in a longer battery life.
3. Turn off Bluetooth and WiFi
When not in use, it is important to turn off Bluetooth and Wi-Fi. These functions continuously search for a signal, which reduces battery life. Turning off these features when not in use can extend battery life.
Bluetooth and Wi-Fi affect battery life because they use power to search for a signal. When these features are disabled, the phone does not use power to search for a signal, resulting in longer battery life. If these functions are off you can also charge your mobile faster, but if you want to use the optimal speed of a charger, take a look at our MOJOGEAR charger!
4. Use the power saving mode
Most smartphones have a power saving mode that can be activated to extend battery life. When this mode is activated, the phone’s performance is reduced and background processes are reduced, resulting in longer battery life. By limiting the phone’s performance and background processes, the phone uses less power, resulting in longer battery life.
5. Close apps that you do not use
Apps running in the background consume power and contribute to reduced battery life. Therefore, close apps that are not being used so that they no longer consume power.
6. Delete widgets from your homescreen
Widgets on the home screen, such as news or weather widgets, can also contribute to reduced battery life. This is because widgets often continually retrieve and process data in the background, which consumes power. Remove unnecessary widgets from the home screen to save battery life.
7. Use a powerbank to extend your batterylife
Another handy way to ensure that your phone never runs out of power is to use a power bank, such as the MOJOGEAR power bank. This is a portable charger that you can take with you anywhere and that can charge your phone when there is no power outlet nearby. With a high capacity and fast charging functions, the MOJOGEAR power bank is a smart investment for anyone who uses their phone often and does not want to be dependent on power outlets.
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As you can read, there are several ways to extend the battery life of your phone; reducing screen brightness, turning off vibration, plugging in a power bank, turning off Bluetooth/Wi-Fi, etc. Understanding the causes of reduced battery life, such as the features mentioned above, can help you better understand how to solve these problems and extend the life of your phone battery.
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