It took a few months for me to get used to my new smartphone, and learn how to operate it. Truth is I hated it at first, but now I love it. But I do have issues with the battery draining all the time and I did not know that there are some ‘power-draining’ things we can avoid and make the battery last longer. Check out these two great tips to keep your phone charged longer without constantly plugging it in to re-charge all the time!
Here are a couple of tips so that you can keep your cell phone working as well as you possibly can:
Weak signals kill your battery. Phones use more power when they’re trying to access a weak network signal. In fact, just leaving your phone on in area with little or no signal can completely drain your battery in a handful of hours—even if you never touch your phone. You will also want to avoid stashing the phone in a crowded purse or briefcase or inside a lower desk drawer: It can be harder for a phone to get a signal in those places.
Smart phones need a fresh start. With Facebook, Twitter, and so many other compelling apps to keep you glued to you cell-phone screen, you may be tempted never to turn your phone off. But smart phones, which are actually full-fledged computers, need to be restarted every one or two days to purge memory reserved by programs no longer running and to correct various other glitches that can hinder performance.
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