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Tips to boost Battery backup of your mobile

Tips to boost Battery backup of your mobile



While using mobile phones for our day to day activities we rarely think about its battery consumption. This often leads to a situation where there will be no charge left on the phone when we need it the most. It is quite difficult to carry a charger every where we go and charge the phone frequently. So there arises a need for increasing the battery backup between charges. Here is look at some tips which will help you to increase the battery backup of your mobile.



Step 1: First and the most important tip will be to turn the phone off when there is no need of its service. You can do this while you are at work and don’t want calls to hinder your productivity. Turn the phone only when you really need it. 

Step 2: Stop searching for signals. When you are in an area where there is weak or no signal the phone continuously look for a better connection. A lot of battery is drained in the process. Use a cell phone repeater in areas where there is weak reception. This will take the load off the battery. 

Step 3: Turn off the vibrate mode. Leaving your phone in vibrate mode will consume a lot of battery. It is better to use regular ringtones instead. While using ringtones, try to keep the ring volume as low as possible. 

Step 4: Turn off the backlight feature in phone. Even though backlight makes it easy to read what is displayed on the phone when you are in bright areas or outside, it drains a lot of battery. Most phones available today lets you to choose the time period for which backlight will be left on. If your phone has such a facility make sure that you choose the lowest time available. One or two seconds will be just fine. 

Step 5: Turn off Bluetooth and Wi-Fi when not in use. These two functionalities consume a whole lot of battery. Turning these features off will marginally increase the battery backup of your phone. 

Step 6: Reduce the use of phone as a camera. A lot of battery is drained off when the camera feature in the phone is used for capturing images and recording videos. Extra amount of charge will be lost when flash is turned on. In order to increase the battery backup of your phone, it is necessary that you avoid using the phone as a camera.

Step 7: You should charge the phone only when the charge left in the battery is below 25%.While charging make sure that the phone is charged fully.

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