Modern Smartphones crammed with various functions that make them become versatile devices. Users can use it to play videos, interact on social media, find a route to somewhere, to work while on the go. On the other hand, the various capabilities of the latest smartphones make it greedy battery. Devices that are low batt and die in critical moments have become commonplace. But not all devices drain power greedily from the factory setting. There are certain causes that can contribute to the extravagance of battery usage by smartphone. Fortunately, there are so many reliable cell phone charging lockers that we can find in public places these days.
These are the things that make your smartphone run out of power quickly:
There are applications that can continue to be active in the background, for example, to check for updates or notifications from the server within a certain time interval. Examples of applications that waste battery like this is Facebook.
How do I know which apps are wasting my battery? It’s easy, just open the “battery” in the menu “settings”, then see “battery usage”. Inside is a graph containing the history of battery usage devices since the last time in-charge. Well, below that there is a list of which applications suck the most power.
Note that frequently used applications (such as social media) will be in the top sequence. Users can outsmart not to be too extravagant by setting a longer refresh time (eg on Twitter).
Applications that use GPS to map locations are also greedy. In order not to wasteful, location settings can be changed to “Wi-Fi and Mobile Networks Only”, then re-changed into a GPS when using navigation services such as Google Maps.
Too many widgets
Widgets are placed on the home screen is used as a shortcut to display a variety of things, but if too many also potentially fill the screen and wasted power.
Check which widgets are not very necessary, then disable. This step should be a little help to save battery usage.