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How To Increase Battery Life Of Android (8 Methods)

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How To Increase Battery Life Of Your Android Smartphone

#1 Avoid High Temperatures

If we talk about heat waves, this is something worth mentioning in terms of battery. Heat waves play a huge role in damaging the smartphone battery. Leaving your smartphone exposed to extreme temperature can be damaging to both the device and the battery.

So, make sure to avoid high temperatures and if possible remove the back cover of your smartphone while charging

#2 Avoid Quick Recharges

Well, everyone needs those extra percent of battery life. People always choose to charge their smartphone for 15 minutes just to ensure the device holds enough power to run another 1 hour.

We recommend giving the full charge to your battery. This will prevent quicker recharges being needed in the day and will also improve the battery life.

#3 Don’t Do Heavy Gaming

Heavy games require a lot of resources. So, the best tip is to avoid heavy gaming for long. Running high-end games for longer duration can drain the battery really fast and will also cause your phone to overheat.

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Therefore, if you like to play games on your Android device, make sure not to use them for long.

#4 Update Your Apps

Most of us ignore to update the apps. However, App updates often kill bugs that consume lots of battery. Don’t ignore app updates because it can help you to avoid bugs and other issues that are related to your smartphone and battery.

#5 By Adjusting Animation scales

In this method, I’ve stated a very simple method to increase battery backup of Android without any app. This method will work on almost every Android phone.

Steps to Increase Battery backup of Android:

Step 1. Open Settings on your Android device and then Scroll Down and click on About Phone. Now you will see an options build number there. Tap 7-10 Times on the build number and you seedeveloper options will get activated.

Adjusting Animation scales

Adjusting Animation scales

Step 2. Now go back to settings and a new option Developer Option will get added there . Click on Developer Option and scroll down.

Adjusting Animation scales

Adjusting Animation scales

Step 3. You will see options Window Animation Scale, Transition Animation Scale, andAnimation Duration Scale. Now By default, their value would be 1.0, Set them to 0.5 or off them all.

Adjusting Animation scales

Adjusting Animation scales

That’s it, you are done this will Increase your battery backup of Android up to 30-40%.

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#6 Method: Using Greenify App

After having root privilege to your Android phone, you can boost battery power of  Android with this app. Greenify app just hibernate the apps which are not currently in use. But this is not as same as the common hibernating apps as in this app there is also cache stored which will not let the app stop completely. By hibernating apps, the workload of background running apps on battery gets reduced too in many extents and your battery backup gets a boost.

Requirements:-

  • A rooted Android

Steps to  Increase Battery Backup Of Android Using Greenify App:-

Step 1. Download and Install Greenify app on the Google play store.

Step 2. Now open the app and grant it the superuser access. Now you will see three option on the app you just have to click on hibernate icon that is located on the right down corner.

 Using Greenify

Using Greenify

Step 3. Now you will be asked to enable the grennify app as your default services. Select it and turn it on. That’s it, you are done, now this app will automatically hibernate that app when they are not in use and saves a lot of battery of your Android.

 Using Greenify

#7  Using Servicely

This app is similar to greenify. However, it doesn’t hibernate any app but it simply eliminates the app running in the background. This app runs in a dedicated background thread just to make sure you have a normal Android experience. This also requires rooting your Android device.

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Step 1. First of all, you need to root your Android device and for that, you can visit our post

Using Servicely

Using Servicely

Step 2. Now you need to download Servicely app on your Android device. After you install it, grant it a superuser request.

Step 3. Now you will see various options there, you just need to find and tap on “Add a new app to the Hit-list”

Using Servicely

Using Servicely

Step 4. Now head over to the “Hit-List” tab and see all the apps that you have just added to the list.

Using Servicely

Using Servicely

Step 5. You can also set the time interval period between checks, the default is 60second.

Using Servicely

Using Servicely

That’s it! Now, this app will prevent the apps running from a background and will check according to your set time interval. This will eventually increase your battery life.