How to save mobile battery charge 

Battery charger is a device used to put energy into a secondary cell or rechargeable battery by forcing and electric current through it. Batteries are charged at  constant current of between 0.5 and 1.0c rate. The battery voltage rises on charging progress to a peak when fully charged then subsequently falls.


  • A major cause of battery drain is setting  the screen brightness is high.
  • Third party apps can also get stuck and drain the battery.
  • Android virus may be draining your battery.
  • Turn on Wi-Fi,  when you are not what in range of Wi-Fi network
  • More background software.
  • Open all apps and leave them running. 
  • Set the screen to never go off. 

How to save battery charge

  • Reduce screen brightness. 
  • Turn off cellular network. 
  • Turn on battery saver 
  • Turn on power saving mode.
  • Use Wi-Fi,  whenever possible. 
  • Turn off mobile data, 
  • Stay away from moving wallpaper. 
  • Take control of your apps.
  •  You can option to shut off auto updates inside apps. 
  • Use IFTTT to turn off  services. 
  • Buy a portable battery 
  • Switch to dark side help to preserve battery.
  • Limit Apps running in the background. 
  • Understand how your battery degrades.
  • Avoid  extreme of heat and cold. 
  • Avoid fast charging.
  • Charge your phone to 50 % for long term storage.
  • Avoid  full cycle and overnight charging.
  • Ending a charge at 80 % is better.
  • Heat is  battery killer. 
  • Whenever you are using  phone, keep it unplugged unless you really have to use it.
  • If you do manage to deplete your battery to a critical mark,  make sure you top it off as soon as possible.

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