How to save your phone's battery life 2022

How to save your phone's battery life 2022

If you’re like me, your phone’s battery life is always so short you have to practically keep it plugged in all day long just to make it through the day. The good news is that there are several things you can do to save on your phone’s battery life and get more out of it in the process. Here are some helpful tips you can use to extend your battery life and keep using your phone longer without the hassle of constantly charging it up again.

How to save your phone's battery life 2022

Turn off location services

Depending on what you use your smartphone for, turning off location services when you don’t need them can be one of the easiest ways to extend your phone’s battery life. If you often forget to turn off location services or want a more automated way of doing it, make sure that any apps you download let you control how and when they access location data. For example, Google Maps allows users with Android devices to choose between three levels of location tracking: While Using App, Never, and Only While Connected to Wi-Fi. For iPhone users, simply go into Settings > Privacy > Location Services and disable any app that doesn't absolutely require real-time tracking.

How to save your phone's battery life 2022

Turn off the background app refresh

If you have an Apple or Android device, head into Settings, then go to General > Background App Refresh. Make sure that apps you don't need refreshing in the background are turned off. If they're not, quit them manually. And if you've been noticing a sudden spike in data usage? Check here first: Some apps cache content for offline use—that can be really helpful when you want to avoid using data as much as possible (like when you're on vacation), but it can also kill your cell bill if not set up correctly. Even without adding unnecessary content, apps like Facebook and Twitter may update at odd hours—particularly on days that aren't major news days—which can chew through your phone's battery life more quickly than expected.

How to save your phone's battery life 2022

Turn off notifications

Turning off notifications for non-essential apps and programs can have a major impact on your device’s battery life. On iOS, go to Settings > Notifications, then choose which apps you want to receive notifications from (or none at all). On Android, head over to Settings > Apps & notifications > App info > App notifications and adjust accordingly. This saves a lot of energy because you will be constantly notified if someone is contacting you and probably distract you from whatever it is that you are doing at that time. Keep in mind that some apps are necessary like alarm clocks or texting services so turning them off might not be an option!

How to save your phone's battery life 2022

Turn off wifi, Bluetooth, and GPS when you don't need them on

Connecting to wifi and Bluetooth uses a lot of battery. When you don't need them on, turn them off! Also, turning on GPS when you don't need it can drain your battery. There are apps that will help you keep track of how much data each app uses. Try an app like Network Monitor Mini or Data Usage Pro (Android). They'll show you how much data each app is using. Then, if there are any apps that use too much data, delete them! You can also use these tools to see which apps connect to things like Facebook or Twitter all day long in the background. Those types of apps use a lot of battery power because they're constantly checking for updates and refreshing their content in the background. If you don't want those types of apps running in the background all day long, uninstall them!


How to save your phone's battery life 2022

Don't use vibrate mode

Most of us keep our phones on vibrate mode, which is generally helpful. But when you're trying to extend your phone's battery life, vibrate-only modes might be what's killing it. If you're looking for a way to get more juice out of each charge, look at decreasing how often you have your ringer off and using it just in emergencies. Then, turn off vibrate entirely (if you don't need those five calls from co-workers). Turn on airplane mode: One of my personal favorite ways to lose juice is by accidentally turning on airplane mode—and not being able to figure out how to turn it off!

How to save your phone's battery life 2022

Lock apps into memory

One of the biggest drains on our smartphone’s power is how we multitask. It doesn’t help that most apps are programmed to eat up as much RAM as possible, but you can easily lock them into memory in order to improve your phone’s battery life. To lock an app into memory, simply double tap it; when it closes out and becomes a small tile on your home screen, tap and hold until a few options pop up. One of those options should be Always Stay Open. Once you enable that option, open the app back up and close it again; now it will always remain open in its own spot even after you turn off your screen or reboot your phone!

How to save power battery as you can

If you have been using Android phones, you may be well aware of several ways that help you reduce power consumption. Here are 5 simple tips you should know: It doesn’t matter if your phone has a huge 5,000 mAh battery or not – it’s never enough and we can always use more juice. If there’s one thing we do need our smartphones for 24/7 these days, it’s to make sure our devices last us all day long. We check emails, browse through social media posts, watch videos, and even take photos! All of these actions take a toll on our device’s juice and put stress on its hardware components. Moreover, most of them drain batteries at a much faster rate than necessary. In order to keep things running smoothly, here are some useful tips on how to save your phone’s battery life.
It is very important to turn off apps when they aren't in use as they continue working in the background and consume lots of resources like memory and processor cycles. To stop an app from running in the background go into Settings > Battery > App usage. From here you can see which apps have been active recently (up until a few hours ago) and then select any app that is unnecessary at present time to disable it from running in the background. This will also ensure that no notifications will come from those apps since notifications also consume a lot of power.


How to save your phone's battery life 2022


Get a portable charger ( Power Bank )

If you’re constantly getting low-battery alerts on your phone, it may be time to consider a portable charger. You can still use your smartphone while it’s charging and there are even cases that let you charge up without taking up much room in a bag or purse. Plus, with some chargers, you can carry multiple phones at once. Another option is a solar-powered charger—if you don’t mind carrying around a few extra ounces of weight and spending some time outside, there are plenty of alternatives to look into. If you’re looking for something more compact, try a backup battery case instead. These cases will give your phone a little extra juice when needed but won’t add too much bulk to your device. You can also turn off certain features on your phone (like Bluetooth) if they're draining power quickly. The key is knowing how to identify what's draining power so you know where to focus your efforts for maximum results. The single biggest thing you can do to keep your phone from dying is always carrying a portable charger. I've been carrying around Anker's PowerCore 10000 for about six months now, and it has never let me down. The 10,000mAh (milliamp-hour) unit costs just $35 on Amazon, and it holds enough juice that you can recharge an iPhone up to five times over before it needs recharging itself. I have no idea how people survive without a power bank, but somehow they do—and most likely at night when their phones are at 20% or less with no way of getting more juice until morning (unless you're one of those early adopters who has wireless charging). For that reason alone, consider picking up a portable charger ASAP.
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