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How to make your Android smartphones battery Last Longer





How Batteries Work with Android

Most smartphones are a Li-ion battery either a lithium polymer battery. Both are actually Li-ion however, you do not own "memory", which means you can charge any level - you must not to fully discharge before charging - and you must not fill it up to 100%.
In particular, these kinds of batteries experience from low voltage difficulties, so it is actually useful to partially charge (for example, 20 percent to 90 percent) than to charge them completely.

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A black background can extend the battery

If your device has an AMOLED display, use a black background. The black background can increase the battery life of the amoled displays just brighten the color pixels. Black pixels are not clear, so black pixels, or darker pixels, will require less energy to illuminate them.


Doze Mode

Doze Mode has existed since the Marshmallow, but with Nougat, it has developed a lot.
Snooze mode simply turns off things you do not use depending on how long you have touched your phone. Wi-Fi is disconnected and synchronization occurs only for specified periods. When you are away from your mobile for longer, more things disabled like Wi-Fi, GPS, scanning and synchronizing.



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Do not let your applications stay behind the times

Keep your apps up to date. There is a purpose why developers regularly update applications, and most of the time is to optimize memory or battery. Keeping your applications updated also means you have the best improvements available. Similarly, remove old applications that are no longer used, as these may running background processes that chew RAM and battery life.

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Stop vibration and reflective feedback to save battery

Stop the vibration. Unless you truly need to increase awareness, turn off vibration alerts for incoming calls. It really takes more energy to vibrate the mobile than it does to ring it. Stop the touch feedback too (that buzz makes you type on the keyboard). Sure, it feels good, but really does not add anything to your experience, and is drying another battery.

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17 October 2017 at 08:42

Tips on saving battery are gold and I need all the help I can get with regards to this. Everyone is frustrated with the lack of backup provided by their phones. These are some really good tips

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