How To Save Phone Battery
The current mobile phone is very different from the previous phone. Even for the moment almost all mobile phones are able to say “smart” because not only able to provide telephone and sms features but more towards in multimedia. Even more and more people depend on their cell phone. But it also has side effects that the faster you will drain the battery life.
Not to mention the advances touch screen technology, the processor and memory that has advanced so significantly, while the development of lithium-ion batteries are not changed much in 15 years. This makes the efficiency of the battery technology is not directly proportional to the advancement of mobile hardware, Frequency 3G and 4G radio, the use of Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, features HD camera, GPS and a variety of online and offline applications, which are all requires a great power. The greater power is required, the greater the demand for electricity is required. No wonder users especially mobile smart phone these days rely heavily once the charger. This is certainly a major challenge for us all to participate in realizing the “green life, green world” relation to daily living.
Therefore, there are a few tips you can use to save battery power on your mobile phone. To save battery on your phone, turn off what you do not need, what you do optimizing and perform some tasks manually rather than automate them. Here are some more detailed tips:
A. Lower your screen brightness to increase battery life.
Your phone’s screen is a part that takes the largest electric power, the brighter the screen phone, the greater the electrical power used. To save the battery life, lower your phone screen intensity light (brightness and contrast) as low as possible but still comfortable for your eyes.
2. Set a short timeout interval to turn off the display light when you’re not using it.
A disadvantage of these tips is that you may have to periodically touch the screen in order to continue to see the display screen. However, if you frequently use the telephone for short tasks such as checking email or sending an SMS message, you will see a significant battery savings when you have a short timeout interval.
3. Reduce the frequency of update and sync well automation applications.
For example, set your social-media applications to update manually instead of automatically, so they do not continue to run in the background process, or when you’re not using your phone at all. Examples of facebook applications is continuous retrieve data from the Internet to update the latest status, or tweeters applications which search the tweet updates, Apple iCloud also very often do syncs, for that you can turn off the above applications, if you do not need them.
4. Eliminate unnecessary widgets and less animated.
On many phones these days, widgets and animated on-screen menu can drain significant resources. Widget itself feels very rewarding and so helps us without having to look to the menu. But too many widgets are often used primarily to update the news or weather forecasts would be draining the battery. Choose the widget the most frequently used alone or just hide it and call when needed. If you want to be more efficient then subtract the animation on your screen with a static image that was quite interesting. You can use jpeg files instead animated wallpaper which is more draining your battery.
5. Disable Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and GPS when not in use.
Any receiver or transmitter in your phone using power even when not connected, for example, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi which is turned on, it will continue to work on a regular basis to look for devices that exist around them. If you are in an area with no 3G or 4G service, consider disabling them also a wise choice.
6. Use Battery Saver or Power Saver application mode on if your phone operating system to provide them.
These features help you to control functions that weaken your battery, including background applications, widgets, animations and screen brightness. Third-party applications such as JuiceDefender or Battery Saver for Android can help you save even more power.
7. If your phone uses OLED technology (Organic Light Emitting Diode) for the screen, then use dark wallpaper as the background of your phone.
OLED pixels works to light up individually, so it is only active when the pixel is lit, therefore, that dark colors will reduce the work of OLED to display colors on the screen. Unfortunately, this method will not work with LCD screens, which use a backlight that remains at a constant level.
So that was a few tips you can apply on your Mobile Phone or Smart phone. It is very inconvenient and certainly not exciting if you have to reduce the capability of your mobile phone. However, for comfort and durability of your own cell phone, it would not hurt if you do one or more of the tips.