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HOW TO MAKE YOUR ANDROID BATTERY LAST LONGER

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HOW TO MAKE YOUR ANDROID BATTERY LAST LONGER
« on: April 03, 2016, 11:47:14 AM »




Fed up with charging your phone every time? We offer some simple tips and tricks you can use to make your phone's battery last longer.

Even in 2016, it's impossible for heavy phone users to stay 12hrs without charging their smartohone. Better battery technology simply hasn't arrived yet, which means it's down to software and settings to manage the  limited power for as long as possible.

These days there's a huge choice of power banks, which you can use to charge your phone on the go.

So, here are 6 ways to make your battery last longer

1. Using black wallpapers
If your phone has an AMOLED screen (like most Samsung devices), use a dark-colored background. Black wallpaper can save your battery because AMOLED screens only illuminate the colored pixels. Black pixels are unlit, so the more black pixels you have, or the more darker pixels, the less power is needed to light them up.

2. Doze
With the arrival of Marshmallow comes a new feature called Doze, which helps you get more out of your device's battery. Doze is one of the best features of marshmallow. It is enabled by default, what it does is it allows your device to enter hibernation mode when it has been left unused for a long period of time(mostly when sleeping) .

3. Use Greenify
Unlike many android apps that claim to optimize perfomance and improve battery life blah blah blah, Greenify actually works. Greenify allows you to put other apps into hibernation when they aren't in use, preventing them from operating in the background.


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4. A shorter screen timeout setting saves battery

5. Don't use auto brightness
Don't  use auto-brightness. It may sound useful, but auto-brightness is usually  brighter than you really need. It's better to manually set the brightness to a level that is low but comfortable. This is one of the best ways to improve your battery life, because the screen is one of the biggest battery suckers.

6. Explore the battery saving features on your phone
All ROMs, whether stock Android or Custom have various settings to help optimize battery consumption. most tecno/infinix phones have ultra power mode.



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