The main problem of most gadgets is considered battery power, which disappears before your eyes. So how to save battery power on your phone, whether there are special applications for this or the mode is customizable, we will determine below. And at the same time let's look at free, but effective options.
Why does this happen?
Many people complain that the android system eats the battery in just a couple of hours, because gadgets are constantly being upgraded, they are built with eight-core processors, large and bright screens, and all this requires a lot of energy. Usually users charge the phone every day, even if the battery capacity is 2230 mAh. After that, you can use the phone for about 13 hours, and at the end you will have 15-20% of battery power left.
There are two options that will save battery power on android:
- app downloads;
- setting the phone to your liking;
In the first case, the phone will save battery power, but the memory will be less, it takes more resources to run the application, and often it "lags".
If you do the setup yourself, you can achieve no less impressive results:
- Set the settings you want;
- lack of additional resources;
- memory saving;
- You are the only one in control;
Many people are afraid to deal with the issue on their own, but by understanding the distribution of battery consumption, you can eliminate these factors or reduce their impact on the phone.
Several apps to save power
Let's take a look at five battery saver apps that are free and easy to use, which is why they are so popular with users:
- Avast Battery Saver offers five modes to save power, turns off apps that are not in use, distributes power, and monitors the rest of the programs;
- DU Battery Saver saves battery power but does not affect the rest of the phone's processes. There are other functions inside the program, such as monitoring charge consumption, temperature, and battery capacity;
- GO Battery Saver refers to one of the most popular lunchers, independently optimizes performance. But the main feature is that the application analyzes the energy consumption when using a particular application and gives a prediction for the duration of the phone;
- JuiceDefender is used more often than others because it contains a lot of settings, templates, and modes to control battery consumption. You can save up to 40% of charge;
- ShutApp Battery Saver saves energy by identifying costly applications and turning them off, they are not restarted when the screen is off;
All utilities are almost identical in type of action, but have similar problems - they block the operation of all programs without exception, even if they are responsible for important processes. This can prevent messages from coming in or documents from being sent.
Another peculiarity is that the work of the utilities takes just as much battery power, so the savings often come out to zero. but to control battery consumption, monitoring "all-consuming" applications is a great option. Then it is better to download free programs or utilities that are included in the lunchers.
Top tips for saving battery life
Now we will learn about saving battery on android - five best tips from the experts:
- decrease the brightness of the display and disable the light sensor. You can do this in the Display Setup;
- Remove the live wallpaper and put a normal picture. Because the animation looks nice, but takes a lot of battery power of the android. You can change the screen state in the display settings and in the background picture;
- Disable features you do not use, such as mobile Internet, navigation, bluetooth, or geolocation;
- use the GSM network rather than LTE and 3G, as it saves bacteria, but will allow free use of browsers and even Skype;
- remove (uninstall) unnecessary applications. You can find them in settings and power, where those that consume a lot of power are displayed;
This is not to say that these rules are mandatory, especially every day. It's better to do it in situations where you can't use a charger or don't use the Internet. Most people only use part of the guidelines, because Android allows them to:
- receive and send messages instantly;
- attach the location of the position in the photo;
- communicate through online communication;
- upload or download clips from the web;
So some people are more comfortable charging their gadget every day than not using it for three days.
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