The smartphone abandons you just when you need it? Once the battery was with us for weeks. It was the time when the mobile phone was used only for calls and sms. It isn’t so now: with the modern smartphone you can play, surf the internet, keep an eye on your home and monitor your partner. These among many other activities. It isn’t uncommon that the battery doesn’t arrive until evening.
There are some small tricks that help us to increase the autonomy of the mobile phone. They aren’t miraculous softwares or complex applications, but attentions to reduce the normal battery consumption.
Typically smartphones include a brightness sensor able to detect the light of the environment and consequently adjust the brightness of the screen. More light is stronger, the screen will be bright. In contrast, in a dark environment, the brightness will be weaker. The first precaution may therefore be to manually set the screen light choosing the best configuration for yourself, thus avoiding to strain the power source.
You should also know that when we don’t use the connections, it doesn’t mean that they are turned off. The Wi-Fi connections on making continuous connections consuming energy. Same thing goes for Bluetooth or GPS. So it would be profitable turn off the networks when they aren’t necessary.
An element that may be less known regarding the telephone connection. Every smartphone is set to use the 3G network, ie the data network. If you don’t surf the Internet, 2G network is perfect to manage phone calls and SMS and above all allows you to earn useful minute battery.
The same thing is valid for the setting of continuous data synchronization. If this setting is activated, the phone will check if there are email or notifications even when it’s in stand-by mode. Disabling automatic data synchronization, you can update your mail manually, when you desire.
Implementing these recommendations could be boring, but through shortcuts on the screen or facilitated menu configuration it may be easier than you think, especially useful if it comes to emergency situations where it isn’t possible to charge the phone.