Preserve your mobile phone's battery life

Preserve your mobile phone's battery life

by handy giff-staffer victoriatagg on ‎14-03-2012 18:30 - last edited on ‎23-06-2014 12:33 by handy giff-staffer zobia22

If you've got a smartphone and make the most of its features - so you use email, browse the web and check Facebook; it can severely impact on battery performance  - and you may end up running out of power by the end of the day. Here are 10 tips to help you squeeze a little bit of life from your mobile phone's battery.

 

 



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Comments
by mbthapa25 on ‎14-03-2012 19:30

very useful tip...

by nickdx on ‎29-05-2012 12:06

Woo! Fun times!

Only thing is, my phone usually ignores poweresaver -_-

by adrian816 on ‎11-07-2012 23:22

I only turn on wifi, bluetooth or GPS when I need to use them. Cellular data is a big *no* unless I specifically need it. At home I use wifi for broadband internet so keep it enabled and keep the handset plugged into the computer to keep the battery charged. So called "free" apps which download adverts can't use GPS, cellular data or wifi when it's turned off. 

by computekbrain on ‎20-11-2013 08:13

I find myself ensuring I have enough charge for the day, and keep a charger ready at home for when I need it :smileywink:

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