Hello guys…how are you today… we have come up with our new post for our android users. This time we tell you how you can take more out of your phone’s battery for your whatsapp, facebook, videos, gaming, etc….
In all android phones (as well as in ios or windows phones) the battery backup is the main issue. We want more battery backup for doing various stuffs in our smartphones.
As we all android users know that the battery backup of android phones is about 1 day of total usage (including data usage, whatsapp, facebook , audio, video,gaming, calling and all…)
In this post we list some cool and never heard before battery saving tricks and battery saving apps to increase your phone’s battery backup.
so take a look at our cool tricks for battery saving…
Battery saving Tips & Tricks
Limit Apps Running in The Background
Any app that is running in the background is using processing power. That means it is drawing electricity from the battery, it just sits there in the background, continuing to run, checking for signals, watching your compass, pinging servers, and goodness only knows what else. Android is pretty good at managing these apps and automatically closing out ones that aren’t used for an extended period of time.
So you must keep a watch on the background apps running in your phone. Close the background apps which you do not use.
Change Sync settings
Apps like email and contacts are going to be the apps that you allow to continuously run. You can save energy by tweaking these apps, though. Go into your settings and change how often they sync with your email service. Instead of every 5 minutes, maybe you only really need it to sync every 30 minutes. Or change what is synced. When you do this, it’s like you’re eliminating surfing a number of websites in terms of power savings.
For this go to settings >> Accounts >> then select the account >> change the sync settings
Turn off unnecessary power draining radios (wifi, bluetooth, mobile data infrared, etc)
Major phone functions like WiFi, Bluetooth, infrared and mobile data all consume battery power when running. If you’re somewhere and there’s no WiFi, or you aren’t using Bluetooth or you aren’t using mobile data then, turn them off! These services are constantly polling for routers, nearby Bluetooth devices, — whether these things are available or not. That uses power.
Use Location services when you really need it.
Apps that use Location Services can use a combination of GPS satellites and wireless networks to estimate your location. After using these apps close the GPS and wireless to reduce the battery consumption. If you don’t need your apps to be location aware, you can shut the Location Services off for your Android. Go into Settings, More, and then Location Services. When you get there, un check the box that reads Access to my location.
Lower the screen brightness or turn on Automatic brightness
This the most common trick to increase the battery life. By adjusting the brightness of your screen to be just a few notches lower, you can add many precious minutes to your battery run time. Change the brightness by swiping down from the top of the screen to show the brightness bar.
Hibernate of Freeze apps
You may also consider installing Greenify to get a good look at what is running and automatically hibernate apps that you aren’t using, so they aren’t eating system resources unless you start them up.
You’ll need to root your device to really take full advantage, which is simple enough but will take a little time to manage if you’re new to the process. If you do decide to root then you may also consider Titanium Backup Pro for freezing unwanted apps.
Apply power saving mode
Depending on your phone, you may find the manufacturer has provided power-saving features that go beyond anything available in Android by default. (Apple’s iOS doesn’t have a battery saving mode.)
Enabling a battery-saving mode manages the phone’s various power-sapping features for you. It might, for example, prevent apps from updating in the background, dim your screen, reduce the screen timeout setting, disable on-screen animations, and turn off vibration. By default, this mode usually turns on when your battery level drops to 20 percent, but you can set it to kick in at 30 percent instead. And the sooner the phone switches to this power-saving mode, the longer its battery will last.
A few phones, notably from HTC and Samsung, have so-called extreme (or ultra) power saving modes. These turn everything off except those necessary for making phone calls and sending text messages (even turning the screen to black and white) and can add anything up to 24 hours of emegency use, even if your battery is down to 15 or 20 percent.
Change your phone wallpaper to black
This works only for AMOLED (Active-Matrix Organic Light-Emitting Diode) screens, which many Android devices have. The way that the screens work is to light up different pixels that are one of 3 colours – red, green, and blue – to create the impression of a specific colour. When the device wants to show a certain shade of black, it simply does not light up any pixels so thats why it uses Less light equals less power usage.
To download the black wallpaper which I made for you click here.
Turn off vibrations
Some vibrations aren’t good; when it comes to your Android phone or tablet they can be an unnecessary battery killer.
Start with haptic feedback for key presses. You’ll usually find the option to turn ‘Vibrate on keypress’ off in Settings > Language & input in the options for the keyboard you are using. You could also turn off ‘Sound on keypress’ for extra saving.
You can also go into Settings > Sound and turn off ‘Vibrate when ringing’. You’ll find a Vibrate option that you can turn off in your SMS app settings as well.
Turn off the motion sensors which you don’t use
The motion sensors like accelerometer, gyro sensor, etc uses much more power. So it creates an extra burden on battery and causes more power consumption. If you don’t need vibrations on, turn them off. The features like shake to change the song, shake to open the camera, lift-up phone to light-up display, turn over to reject call, etc uses the motion sensors. turn off these features.
Turn off non-essential notifications
The app process which are running in the background uses internet to retrieve latest information and then pops-up as notification by vibrating or ringing which consumes more power, so turn off non essential notifications for the apps which you do not want to view notifications frequently. By android 5.0.0 Lollipop, you can block the notifications of particular app by going to:
Settings >> apps >> select the app which you want to block the notification >> notifications >> Block
Don’t allow you battery to get too hot or too cold
Exposing the battery to lower temperature (cool) increases the internal resistance to flow electricity, this decreases the battery’s backup or run time. In hotter temperature, the internal resistance of battery gets decreases and hence the causing undue wear & tear on the battery. So charge & use your phone in room temperature, because room temperature is ideal operating temperature for phone.
Bigger Is Better
There’s only so much energy you can squeeze out of the battery that came with your Android. If you can’t fit more gas in the tank, get a bigger tank! There are many types of battery boosting packs out there, some which also act as a phone case, so you don’t have to carry two devices around. With some of these boosters you could easily double or triple your runtime on a full charge.
Fill’er Up Please
Whenever you can, plug your Android in to charge. That old story about how you should drain a battery completely before recharging it just isn’t true for the batteries you’ll find in modern electronics. You can top it up anytime and not damage your battery at all.
Keep Stretching Out That Battery Life
Applying any combination of these power saving measures is going to make a difference to how long your Android will run on battery power. Like driving a car, the more you learn about how it works, the better and more efficiently you can use it.
Do you have any battery saving tips for using an Android? Which of these tips do you get the most out of? Let’s us know, we’re all in this together.
Use Power bank only if you are in emergency and running out of power
It is found by studies that continuous usage of power bank to recharge the mobile batteries can reduce the battery backup (or capacity), so use power banks only when there is any emergency situation.
Battery saving myths exposed
• Force-closing apps doesn’t always help: An app running in the background actually won’t use very much battery power at all, and by force-closing it you merely drain more power when relaunching it causes it to reload its code to the phone’s RAM.
• Wi-Fi can help battery life at times: If you have a strong Wi-Fi signal, your phone can use it rather than GPS to determine its location for the apps that require it. And Wi-Fi uses less battery power than GPS.
• Disabling Google Now and Siri won’t help: These services drain power only when you use them and they are listening for your command; if you don’t use them much, don’t lose out on a useful feature by disabling them.
• You don’t have to use the charger that came with your phone: A cheap charger can potentially damage your handset, but most third-party chargers won’t cause any issues with your battery, and many will actually charge it faster.
Top battery saving apps that really work
For Non-root users
This is an app which will not need much of an introduction to some Android devices owners, and especially those who like to root their devices. That said, this is one which can be used by both rooters and non-rooters alike. Greenify offers a good level of tweaking and even comes with some advanced features which look to further take advantage of Android’s own Doze feature.
Greenify’s key auto-hibernate feature is not available on non-rooted devices. You have to manually hibernate your phone using a Hibernate Now shortcut. It’s an easy workaround, but not as easy as using Greenify on a rooted device.
Greenify is free and does not come with annoying advertisements.
2. DU Battery Saver
DU Battery Saver seems to be a very popular app among Android users and the Google Play Store listing even states that the app has over 400 million users. So if you would like an app which has been tried and tested by a fairly sizeable number of users, then this might be the one to go for. As well as the various tweaks to improve battery life (including a one-click option and pre-set modes), this one also comes with a ‘phone cooler’ feature for added hardware protection.
3. Battery Doctor
The method for doing this consists of a program based on three charges that might be able to give your battery some extra life. The most important feature for improving your battery’s life is the tool that deletes processes, which is included on Battery Doctor (Battery Saver).
This tool lets you kill processes, which is essential for improving your battery’s life, since normally you would have many applications running in the background that, even if you don’t use them, are consuming energy. Battery Doctor (Battery Saver) will delete them all.
By using Battery Doctor (Battery Saver), you can find out not only how much time you have left on your battery but also how long it would last performing any particular task. For instance, you can check how long it would last if you were playing Angry Birds or watching YouTube videos without stopping.
Battery Doctor (Battery Saver) is a good application for calculating your battery’s life and also to improve its performance in some cases.
4. Avast Battery Saver
One of the biggest antivirus brands in the world, Avast, has an application for Android that can improve the life of your battery each time you charge it. Avast Battery Saver helps you set up the exact configuration on your device so that each charge lasts longer.
Avast allows you to adjust values like screen brightness, Internet connectivity, or the time it takes to activate the screen lock. It allows you to create a different mode for each different context. When your battery has charged a certain amount, Avast Battery Saver will activate the profile you have selected. This will allow the battery to save its charge throughout the day without you having to do anything.
This comprehensive tool is capable of recognizing how much energy every application consumes from your device. It will deactivate them when they are running in the background or are not needed so that you keep your device’s activity at a minimum. It can also deactivate WiFi when there are no known WiFi networks in your area.
5. AX Battery Saver
AX Battery Saver & Fast Charge is the best battery saver and doctor, is a FREE battery saving app can protect and extend your battery life. Provide a variety of powerful features to manage your battery.
Instantly find and fix battery power consumption problems and unlock detailed settings to fine-tune your energy savings.
For Root users
Never should your phone or tablet become slower and battery hungrier after lots of apps installed. With Greenify, your device can run almost as
smoothly and lastingly as it did the first day you had it!
Greenify help you identify and put the misbehaving apps into hibernation when you are not using them, to stop them from lagging your device and leeching the battery, in a unique way! They can do nothing without explicit launch by you or other apps, while still preserving full functionality when running in foreground, similar to iOS apps!
Amplify puts you in control of how your device uses your battery by controlling how often your device can wake up, and how long it can stay awake. Use the recommended settings for easy battery savings, or dig in and customize every alarm, service, and
wakelock on your device.
Here are some highlights:Amplify goes, what sounds, fairly deep into your system, keeping track of what apps and system tools try to wake your device from a scree-off sleep. Not entirely dissimilar to how the new Doze mode works in Android Marshmallow, if your device is sleeping, and an app wants to wake thing up to perform a task that can wait for later, Amplify will put a halt to it.
Servicely is a root-only application that aims to keep apps and services
from running at the system level. The premise is easy to understand. You go through the application and find the apps that likely cause tons of wake locks and battery drain (looking at you, Facebook). Servicely then shuts those services down and prevents them opening back up which should, in theory, save you battery life. It has a slick interface and the core features are all free to use. It also comes with customization settings to let you use Servicely how you want.
4. Juice Defender
JuiceDefender – Battery Saver is a powerful yet easy to use power manager app specifically designed to extend the battery life of your Android device. Packed with smart functions, it automatically and transparently manages the most battery draining components, like 3G/4G connectivity and WiFi.
The _preset modes_ are the perfect way to gain precious hours of battery life – literally as easy as one tap!
JuiceDefender also allows _complete customization_ through a clean and intuitive user interface; and once configured it runs by itself, improving battery life in a fully automated manner.
Finally, it _integrates seamlessly_ with power control widgets and shortcuts, without interfering with manual settings.
JuiceDefender’s free version contains five user profiles, home screen battery widgets, location-aware WiFi control, comprehensive connectivity scheduling, a full activity log, and more. If you need any of the extended functionality, feel free to upgrade to the paid JD Plus or Ultimate.
5. Deep sleep battery saver
Deepsleep battery saver constantly puts the device to deepsleep mode while screen off.
During deepsleep mode, Wifi, 3G are turned off, background apps are stopped. Therefore, most apps are not working, including Facebook, Google Service, etc,. It then constantly wakes up in order to download email, sync Facebook status, etc,. It’s defined by deepsleep frequency and woke up duration
In advanced mode (PRO), you can customize more parameters, including day/night settings, active period, screen timeout, sync strategy, ignored apps, etc.
There are 5 pre-defined profiles: Gentle, Balance, Strong, Aggressive, and Slumberer. They varies on frequency, duration and other settings. The former is less disruptive, but save less battery and vise versa. These 5 profiles are read-only and you can not change it. If you need more twist on app’s settings, Select custom profile (PRO only) and modify them