Effective ways to Protect your Smartphone Battery...!!

Effective ways to Protect your Smartphone Battery...!!

 Effective ways to Protect your Smartphone Battery!!!!

Replacing your phone's lithium-ion battery is harder than it used to be. Most smartphones do not provide easy user access to their batteries. It includes all iPhones of brands like Samsung and many major Android phones. Official battery replacements can be expensive (high price) or inconvenient (try getting an official battery replacement at the Apple Store this year). There are also environmental concerns. Smartphones are an environmental disaster and can help reduce the length of your phone's battery life.

Here are some things you can do to maintain and extend the life of your phone battery. By battery age, I mean how many years and months you should be before replacing your battery. In contrast, battery life refers to how many hours or days your phone lasts on a single charge.

1. Understand how your phone battery is depleting.

With each charge cycle, your phone battery drains slightly. The charge cycle is the full discharge of the battery and the charge ranges from 0% to 100%. Partial charges are calculated differently of the cycle. Charging your phone from 50% to 100%, for example, is half of the charge cycle. Do this twice and it is a complete cycle. Some phone owners are using more than one full charge cycle in a day, some are useless. It depends on how much you use your phone and what you do with your smartphone.

Battery manufacturers claim that the phone's battery capacity will be reduced by 20% after about 400 cycles. It can store only 80% of the energy initially produced and degrade with additional charge cycles. However, the reality is that the phone's battery will probably deplete faster than this. The online site claims that some phones will be reduced by 20% after 100 charge cycles. Clearly, the phone's battery does not drain even after 400 cycles. That 400 cycles / 20% number will give you an idea about the decay rate.

If you can slow down those charge cycles - if you can increase the daily battery life of your phone - you can also extend its battery life. Generally, if you charge a low battery, the battery will last longer. The problem is, you bought your phone for use it. You need to balance battery saving and lifetime usage with how and when to use your phone. Some of my suggestions below may not work for your android phone. On the other hand, there may be things that you can easily implement that do not detract from your style.

Here are two common types of references. There are instructions to reduce the pressure on your battery and it will directly affect the battery life. Avoiding the severity of heat and cold is an example of this first type. There are tips to make your android smartphone more energy-efficient, slowing down battery charge by slowing down those charge cycles. Reducing screen brightness is an example of this second type of reference.

2. Avoid extreme heat and cold:

If your phone becomes too hot or cold, it will damage the battery and shorten the lifespan. Departing in your car can be the worst culprit if it is cold outside in the sun or below and hot in winter.

3. Avoid fast charging:

Charging your phone will the battery quickly. Avoid using fast charging unless you really need to.

Of course, you charge your battery well, so if you don’t mind slow charging overnight, go for it. In addition to charging your phone from your computer, some smart plugs also limit the current going into your phone, reducing its charge rate. Some external battery packs slow down charging, but I'm not sure about this.

4. Avoid draining your phone battery to 0% or 100% full charge:

The older type of rechargeable battery had 'battery memory'. If you do not fully charge them and discharge them to zero batteries, they will come to mind and reduce their useful limits. Their lifetime is good if you always drain them completely and charge the battery.

The battery of the new phone works differently. This emphasizes removing the battery completely or charging it completely. If you keep them more than 20% and less than 90%, the phone batteries are delightful. Strictly speaking, they are happy with 50% efficiency

Small charges are great, so if you’re someone who quickly finds themselves on their phone for a charge, this is good for your battery.

Paying too much attention to it leads to too much subtlety. When I had my first smartphone I thought the battery memory would apply so I usually reduced it and charged it 100%. Now that I know how the battery works, I usually plug it in before it is less than 20% and unplug it before it is fully charged.

5. Charge your phone up to 50% for long term storage:

Healthy charge 50% for a lithium-ion battery. If you are going to store your phone for a long time, turn it off and charge it up to 50% before storing. This is easier than charging the battery 100% or running 0% before storage.

By the way, if the phone is switched off and not used, the battery will stop working and discharge will continue. This generation of batteries is designed to be used. If you think so, turn on the phone every few months and charge the battery up to 50%.

Extend battery life

The instructions above directly reflect the battery age. Battery life is also affected by battery life, how long it lasts after your phone is charged. Improving battery life increases battery life by slowing down those charge cycles.