How to Save Your Smartphone Battery

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The more apps you use, the more your phone’s battery will be consumed. When we start our phone some of the application starts to run in background and in android, there are many pre-installed apps that powers the android user interface, and we can’t stop them because they powers our phone. More use of camera also reduces the battery because some smartphones uses the flash and it reduces the battery.

#1. How to Save Battery On Samsung

1. Disable Vibrations: Turn off vibrations to conserve valuable battery life.

2. Switch Off Services: Unless you are actively using them, switch off services such as Bluetooth and NFC.

3. Set Screen Timeout: Adjust your screen timeout so the display turns off when you aren’t using it, set this to something short but sensible like 30 seconds.

4. Limit Background Apps: Limit Background Apps remain open in the background even if you are not actively using them. View currently active apps and swipe to close any you aren’t using, or hit the ‘close all button’.

5. Stop Auto Syncing Data: Applications such as email, calendar, contacts and Facebook are auto-synced using the mobile or Wi-Fi network. Turning off auto-sync can extend battery life button.

6. Turn off GPS Accuracy: Many apps use features other than GPS to improve location accuracy (such as known Wi-Fi hotspots). Location mode from the Settings menu will allow you to toggle this off to conserve more battery.

7. Turn Off Air Wake Up: Smart stay will detect when you are looking at your screen and remain on when it detects you, without auto-locking. This feature uses your forward facing camera, so disabling it will reduce power usage.

8. Ultra Power Saving Mode: Useful when you are running really low on battery, the ultra power saving mode will turn your display to black and white, and prevent almost all services from running in the background. You can only access a small subset of apps in this mode, including the stock Samsung browser, phone, messaging, click and ChatOn. With 10% of battery life remaining, this will give you over 24 hours of standby time,

9. Turn Off Wi-Fi: Your phone will search for a Wi-Fi signal, even when one isn’t available. If you know you won’t be using Wi-Fi, switch it off.

10. Change Background: Switch from live wallpapers to static images, and optimally to a completely black background.

11. Adjust Screen Brightness: From the Display settings menu, reduce the screen brightness; lighting up your smart phone screen consumes a lot of battery.

12. Play store update: Set your Play Store updates to only auto-update when in Wi-Fi range.

13. Restrict Background Apps: Navigated by hitting the menu button when on the Data usage Settings screen. Toggle ‘Restrict background data’ off, which will stop all your apps from constantly updating in the background, unless connected to a Wi-Fi network.

14. Turn Off Air Wake Up: Air wake up utilities the proximity sensor, so you can save a bit of  battery by turning option off.

15. Power Saving Mode: Samsung’s power saving mode is a quick fix to improve battery life. Toggle on and you can customize the mode further, including CPU performance and screen output. Toggle these options on/off but make sure your applications still work as normal.

 

#2. How to Save Battery On Nokia

1. Battery Saver: The battery saver mode will automatically disable background sync, stop applications running in the background, and stop updating live tiles. If you want Battery Saver to turn on whenever the battery gets to 20%, select Always turn on Battery Saver when battery is low.

2. Adjust Screen Brightness: From the Brightness settings menu, reduce the backlight brightness; lighting up your smart phone screen consumes a lot of battery.

3. Turn Off Wi-Fi: Your phone will search for a Wi-Fi signal, even when one isn’t available. If you know you won’t be using Wi-Fi, switch it off.

4. Disable Vibrations: Turn off vibrations to conserve valuable battery life.

5. Switch Off Services: Unless you are actively using them, switch off services such as Bluetooth.

6. Limit Background Apps: Apps can drain battery in the background even if you are not actively using them. In the App list, tap Battery Saver Battery Saver Start icon. Swipe over to Usage to see a list of your apps and their relative battery consumption. Battery Saver lets you control your phone’s battery usage on a per-app basis – tap an app, then turn on Allow app to run in the background.

7. Switch Off Services: Unless you are actively using them, switch off services such as Bluetooth.

8. Reduce screen timeout: Set a shorter Screen time-out duration and set your phone lock.

 
9.Change Background: Use a dark background theme, which uses less power to light up.t your phone to lock.

10. Switch Off Services: Unless you are actively using them, switch off services such as Bluetooth.

11. Limit What You Pin to Start: Pining things to Start allows you to access them quickly, but the more Live Tiles you have on Start, the more battery you use.

#3. How to Save Battery On Apple


1. Turn off AirDrop: AirDrop in ‘discoverable’ mode will put a heavy toll on your battery, so switch it off when not in use.

2. Turn Off Frequent Locations: iPhone will ‘learn’ your frequent locations and attempt to personalise messages about them. This handy but unnecessary feature can be switched off through Settings -> Privacy -> Location Services -> System Services.

3. Disable Vibrations: Go to Settings -> Sounds and turn off vibrations to conserve valuable battery life.

4. Disable Location Services: Location services will churn through your battery, as your iPhone is constantly checking to see where you are and updates apps accordingly. Go to Settings -> Privacy -> Location Services ; when On, scroll down to System Services and uncheck all the items.

5. Adjust Screen Brightness: From the Display & Brightness settings menu, reduce the screen brightness; lighting up your smartphone screen consumes a lot of battery.

6. Background App Refresh: If background app refresh is switched on, this allows apps to refresh their content or use location services even when not in use. Accessed via Settings -> General, you can go through each app and switch off any that you don’t need to update in the background.

7. Turn Off Wi-Fi: Your phone will search for a Wi-Fi signal, even when one isn’t available. If you know you won’t be using Wi-Fi, switch it off.

8.Switch Off Handoff: Handoff allows you to pass over work to other iCloud devices, which is a great feature but can be a battery drain. Disable it through Settings -> General -> Han

9. Turn Off Wi-Fi: Your phone will search for a Wi-Fi signal, even when one isn’t available. If you know you won’t be using Wi-Fi, switch it off.

10. Switch Off Handoff: Handoff allows you to pass over work to other iCloud devices, which is a great feature but can be a battery drain. Disable it through Settings -> General -> Handoff & Suggested Apps.

11. Limit Background Apps: Apps remain open in the background even if you are not actively using them. Double tap the Home button to view currently active apps and swipe to close any you ar

12. Reduce Auto-Lock Period: Adjust your auto-lock period so the display turns off and locks the device when you aren’t using it, set this to 1 or 2 minutes.

13. Change Background: Switch from live wallpapers to static images, and optimally to a comp

14. iTunes & App Store Updates: Disable auto app updates, so your apps will only update when you manually select them. Access this through Settings -> iTunes & App Store.letely black background.

15. Switch Off Services: Unless you are actively using them, switch off services such as Bluetooth, LTE and NFC.FC.



#4. How to Save Battery On HTC

1. Disable Vibrations: Turn off vibrations to conserve valuable battery.

2. Switch Off Services: Unless you are actively using them, switch off services such as Bluetooth and NFC.

3. Set Screen Timeout: Adjust your screen timeout so the display turns off when you aren’t using it, set this to something short but sensible like 30 seconds.

4. Limit Background Apps: Limit Background Apps remain open in the background even if you are not actively using them. View currently active apps and swipe to close any you aren’t using, or hit the “close all” button.

5. Stop Auto Syncing Data: Applications such as email, calendar, contacts and Facebook are auto-synced using the mobile or Wi-Fi network. Turning off auto-sync can extend battery life.

6. Turn off GPS Accuracy: Many apps use features other than GPS to improve location accuracy (such as known Wi-Fi hotspots). Location mode from the Settings menu will allow you to toggle this off to conserve more battery.

7. Turn Off Wi-Fi: Your phone will search for a Wi-Fi signal, even when one isn’t available. If you know you won’t be using Wi-Fi, switch it off.

8. Change Background: Switch from live wallpapers to static images, and optimal

9. Adjust Screen Brightness: From the Display settings menu, reduce the screen brightness; lighting up your smart phone screen consumes a lot of battery.

10. Play Store Updates: Set your Play Store updates to only auto-update when wi-fi is in range.

11. Restrict Background Apps: Navigated by hitting the menu button when on the Data usage Settings screen. Toggle ‘Restrict background data’ off, which will stop all your apps from constantly updating in the background, unless connected to a Wi-Fi network.

12. Power Saving Mode: HTC’s power saving mode is a quick fix to improve battery life. Toggle on and the screen will automatically become dimmer. Touch ‘Power saver’ to see the features, and choose to select CPU power, Display, Vibration and Data connection. Toggle these options on/off but make sure your applications still work as normal.

#5. How To Save Battery On Sony

1. Disable Vibrations: Turn off vibrations to conserve valuable battery life.

2. Switch Off Services: Unless you are actively using them, switch off services such as Bluetooth and NFC.

3. Set Screen Timeout: Adjust your screen timeout so the display turns off when you aren’t using it, set this to something short but sensible like 30 seconds.

4. Limit Background Apps: Limit Background Apps remain open in the background even if you are not actively using them. View currently active apps and swipe to close any you aren’t using, or hit the ‘close all’ button.

5. Stop Auto Syncing Data: Applications such as email, calendar, contacts and Facebook are auto-synced using the mobile or Wi-Fi network. Turning off auto-sync can extend battery life.

6. Turn off GPS Accuracy: Many apps use features other than GPS to improve location accuracy (such as known Wi-Fi hotspots). Location mode from the Settings menu will allow you to toggle this off to conserve more battery.

7. Turn Off Wi-Fi:
 Your phone will search for a Wi-Fi signal, even when one isn’t available. If you know you won’t be using Wi-Fi, switch it off.

8. Change Background: 
Switch from live wallpapers to static images, and optimally to a completely black background.

10. Adjust Screen Brightness: From the Display settings menu, reduce the screen brightness; lighting up your smartphone screen consumes a lot of battery.

11. Play Store Updates: Set your Play Store updates to only auto-update when in Wi-Fi range

12. Restrict Background Apps: Navigated by hitting the menu button when on the Data usage Settings screen. Toggle ‘Restrict background data’ off, which will stop all your apps from constantly updating in the background, unless connected to a Wi-Fi network.

13. STAMINA Mode: Switch it on from the power management settings, this feature optimise battery lifetime when the screen has been turned off for a few minutes. When the screen is off, Wi-Fi and data traffic will be temporarily disabled, and most applications will be inactive.

Conclusion

Battery saving is much necessary, sometime you are in an urgent issue and you don’t have a battery or charger at that moment. There are many chinese batteries also available in market i will also suggest those and also a Power bank appliance that charges your battery. In future we’ll see many new things which will charge our batteries for a longer time and they’ll be used for a longer time.

Author: Viral In India

This post was written by Gadget Ninja Staff.

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