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Discussion in 'Android Forum' started by naknak95, Mar 13, 2011.
Any suggestions on what to do with saving battery life? Any apps, settings, etc?
Battery booster app is what I use to help save my battery
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Best tip is avoid using free application in your phone. These free apps consumes your battery three times extra.
Interesting reply above, since we all have at least 300 free apps on our phones.
What about turning off wi-fi. Does that save battery life? Also, can one turn off 4g (and go on 3g) when you desire - to save battery life?
Yes, doing those things definitely saves battery
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One of the main reasons NOT to get free apps is consumption of battery and bandwidth.
(I don't think I have three free apps let alone three hundred - other than my bank and such)
Things that constantly use the cpu will consume the most power - checking ambient light with auto brightness or if you live in an area that has awful 4G reception the phone will be searching constantly.
I also know three ways,very easy to handle.
Turn off LTE
With the development of technology, the speed of cellular network becomes quicker and quicker. For customers, this is a good news since we don't need to spend too much time waiting for loading files. However, the speedy LTE cellular network requires more energy in fact. So if you are not raring to get the files, you can use the slower or older networks. You can go to Settings> Cellular and then slide the Enable LTE feature off.
Disable WiFi, Bluetooth & Airdrop When Not Needed
Obviously, you don't need to connect these service all the time, so just turn off these features while they're not needed. Because when these features is turned on, they'll be looking to connect all the time, that means your iPhone battery is draining.
So, when you don't need these features, just turn off them and your battery life will be extended. To do it, you can easily open the Control Center on your device, and tap the icon of WiFi, Bluetooth or Airdrop to disable them.
Restore Your Device
Restoring your device is always the easiest method to solve the problem on your device, but it will erase all the settings and contents on iPhone or iPad. So we don't recommend you to choose this method without have a trail on the above solutions. And before restoring, you'd better to make a backup of your iOS device, then you can try to format your device and restore from one backup as you like.
Here is some tips that could save the battery life.
1)Turn Off Raise to Wake Mode
2)Limit or Turn Off Location Service
3)Disable Background App Refresh
4)Enable Low Power Mode
5)Disable WiFi, Bluetooth & Airdrop When Not Needed