How To Increase The Battery Life Of Any Android Device
If you’ve ever owned an Android device, you know how quickly its battery can die. Thankfully, nowadays there are many solutions that will increase the battery life of your smartphone. We will tell you what they are in today’s post!
The first thing you should do if you want your device’s battery to last more is to simply turn off things like the device’s GPS, Bluetooth, WiFi and 4G if you don’t absolutely need them. Disable vibrations if there’s no use for them and make sure you connect to a 3G network instead of a 4G LTE one. Also, refrain from playing games, turn the display’s brightness down and make sure you don’t allow push notifications if you want email updates. Animated wallpapers and widgets are also a big no if you want the battery to last more.
If you don’t want to apply these extreme solutions, you can always opt for app which will let you enjoy all of these features and still increase the battery life. Battery Defender is one very good example. This app was made to display, on your device’s notification bar, the exact percentage of the battery life. The Battery Defender is free of charge and offers great stability.
JuiceDefender is another app that does a great job of increasing the battery of your Android gadget. The user interface is one of the easiest to use. There are 3 versions to choose from. One is free, for the second one you have to pay $1.99 (it’s called Plus) and the third one is called Ultimate and you need to pay $4.99.
Battery Doctor is our next recommendation for today. This is a tool which tell you exactly which apps to disable in order to increase the battery of your device. This free app is not aimed at pros; you can use it even if you are a newbie. The Battery Doctor also has a battery charging utility which is very helpful.
Here’s another app to help improve battery life: Battery Drain Analyzer. Apart from being easy to use, this solution analyzes both power and app usage. That way, you will know how much battery life is left before the phone you use will turn off. The Battery Drain Analyzer comes in two versions: a free of charge variant and a Pro one that will cost you $2.19. But the latter doesn’t offer extras; the only thing it does is make the app look fancier.
GO Battery Saver &Power Widget is a great alternative to JuiceDefender. This tool will quickly inform you about those apps which consume the most power. If you want a pro version, you will need to pay $4.99.
Tasker is our last recommendation in terms of apps that increase battery life. What it offers is the possibility to set location and time schedules for when you want programs to disable themselves and when to turn themselves on. The Tasker will also help you deal with text messages, calls and so on.
If you aren’t a fan of using apps to enhance battery life, you can resort to underclocking your device’s processor. If your phone’s running bloatware, make sure you get rid of it. To further increase battery life, you should not allow it to discharge fully often. Don’t leave the device directly under the sun’s rays.
That’s about all. Hope our tips will improve your Android device’s battery life!