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Created by waqas786z, 214 days ago, 426 views

The user of I have a question how to increase the battery timing of your cell phone
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MrOwnage214 days ago

If your phone is a smartphone you can install an app that eliminates running background processes for one. I use Battery Doctor and it's quite helpful for me.

The other way is to dim the screen brightness to a level you can still see it clearly, it often helps a lot.

Disable Wi-Fi, Bluetooth etc... and double check they aren't active.

I've read that fully charging your battery from low levels (performing full charging) would help, but then again I've read elsewhere that this actually shouldn't be done and you should never let a Li-ion battery reach low levels (>20%) and then fully charge from there. You could try both and see what helps, perhaps.

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chakramed214 days ago

Try these tips to extend your handset's battery life:

See what's sucking the most juice. ...
Reduce email, Twitter, and Facebook polling. ...
Turn unnecessary hardware radios off. ...
Use the extra power saving mode if you have it. ...
Trim apps running in the background. ...
Dump unnecessary home screen widgets and live wallpaper.
Turn down the brightness and turn off Automatic Brightness
Update your apps
Keep an eye on signal strength

Note: 3G and 4G networking using are most commune battery issue try to disable datanetwork once you have wifi avaible or you dont need it at all

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brendaniel214 days ago


1. First try out all the steps written by chakramed and mrownage, if that doesn't help, if you recently changed your charger, ensure you changed to exactly thebtype of charger that came with your phone, if you are using a different charger other than the specified one for your phone, your battery might drain fast, it has happened to me.

2. If step 1 doesn't work either, then your battery might be weak, you might need a replacement...

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Aravi213 days ago

Hi @waqas786z

1) Battery could have become week : You can solve it by changing the mobile battery.

2) You are running lot of background apps : By changing setting and uninstalling unwanted or apps that runs in background can increase your battery life.


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kinzy2004213 days ago

use greenify to kill all apps when you r not using the phone

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Achaturvedi213 days ago

If you looked around while you were carrying out the steps above, you probably saw some detailed battery info listed for each app, and that's great, but working out what's draining your battery by assessing each app individually will take you all day.

Instead, you should navigate to Settings > Battery and see what options you have available on your phone. Again, the options might have slightly different names and features available, but at a minimum, you should be able to see a listed overview of the apps that have used the most battery since you last juiced-up. You can then decide which ones you want to stop individually.

The same rules apply to stopping or uninstalling apps that applied to stopping them via the processes tab - namely that you want to be careful about what you start pressing. Some phones split apps in the battery usage tab by system or non-system, and others (like the Meizu) split them into a list of 'hardware' and 'software' apps.

In theory, as each new version of Android adds smarter battery features, the amount you need to play around with manually should go down. In Android Marshmallow, the most significant improvement was Doze, which essentially puts your phone into hibernation mode when it's not moving. For Android Nougat and Doze 2.0, that feature now works when your phone is moving too, as long as it's not in use.

Samsung (and others) offer proprietary battery and RAM boosting options in many cases, so the features available to you will vary. Other people suggest that Doze mode actually harmed their battery life, but it's definitely at least worth testing to see if it increases your mileage.

With Android (as an OS) and OEM hardware improving over time, some people will argue that the use of task killer apps is going to do more harm than good in terms of processing and battery life. As one of the problems you're trying to fix is apps running in the background draining your resources, adding another one that has the purpose of doing explicitly that (it needs to monitor the services in use on your phone, therefore always needs to be running) seems a bit counter-intuitive.

A task killer that repeatedly force-closes an app in the background over and over is almost certainly going to drain your battery more as it continues the 'restart and kill' process. You might be better off not installing the task killer in the first place and just letting it run.

Nonetheless, some people swear by them and you get even more granular control over your OS if you're using a rooted device. Many 'prosumer' task killers require root access to work. If this is a path you want to take, then you should consider checking out Greenify as an automated hibernation app that works for rooted and non-rooted devices.

Non-rooted devices won't get automated hibernation of apps and a few other features, but you can still add a widget to your homescreen to hibernate them in a single flick. It also has some neat options that extend Doze for Marshmallow devices that don't require root access.

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