There it is again. You are out and about and your cell phone just died. You know that you just charged it up before you left the house. It was at 100%. How did it go dead so fast? Do not fret. In this article, I will teach you how to make your battery last longer and how to sustain it.
One thing that will kill the battery on your cell phone is the brightness. This has a lot to do with it. The brighter the screen the more energy your phone uses. You can adjust the brightness in the settings of your cell phone. On most cellular devices it is under the display column. You should adjust the brightness to low. If you adjust the brightness to low it will use less energy than normal. On smartphones it has an energy saving mode that you can use. Depending on your smartphone it might have different settings. High, low, and custom. All should be adjustable to your liking.
Another thing you can do to save your battery is to turn off your apps. If you have a smartphone some of your apps run in the background. Meaning they are using energy and data. Let’s say for example if you are using the internet to look up dog pictures and before it loads you get a text. You stop to answer that text, return to the home screen, and lock the phone. You just left you messages and your web browser open. Your web browser is still loading your pictures of your dogs. You need to make sure that you turn off all of your apps. You can turn off your apps in the settings under apps. If you are using an IOS device you can turn them off by tapping the home button twice and swiping up on the app.
Also how long you keep the display on will effect your battery. I am talking about when the screen dims before it locks automatically . You can adjust this also in the settings under the display column. Usually it will be in intervals such as 5, 10, and 15 seconds. The lesser the seconds the less it will drain your battery life. I hope this article was helpful. Now you can keep your battery on your cell phone lasting longer than before.