We use our mobile phones to perform different tasks on a daily basis but your case might be different, especially about the sudden shutdown of your battery.
Does your battery gets low suddenly despite your massive battery capacity and how frequently you charge it? This article will give you a better solution to fix the frustrating issue and problem.
1. Your phone is on 4G network: I have seen some people who switch on their 4G data connection to receive any notification that comes up. No, that’s actually wrong. 4G network consumes a lot of battery, same applies to 3G and 2G. Always try to switch off your data connection when not in use.
2. Screen brightness is set too high: Setting your backlight or screen backlight too high can slowly reduce your battery percentage and not only that, it can also cause overheating. Always try to set it on a moderate level and also let your phone sleep when not in use.
3. Using Battery Saver: These apps promised to save your battery but rather, they are killing your battery. They run in background and consumes a lot of power. Avoid them.
4. Your software is not up-to-date: The current software version of your phone can be responsible of draining your battery, probably the version has bugs and need an upgrade to fix the issue. Always upgrade to the latest version and enjoy!
5. Apps and Data are automatically syncing: Syncing means refreshing. When your phone keeps automatically syncing your apps and data like videos, photos, apps, music and others, then your battery is likely to consume faster.
6. Background Apps: This issue can cost you of your data and battery. It’s the top suspect and you need to be in look for some apps that are not useful but running in background. Kindly use your phone device apps manager to stop them.
7. Notifications: Screen wake up sounds, notification sounds, LED lights and many others are likely to consume battery power. So look into them.
8. Overusing battery draining apps: When you play HD movies or use battery draining apps like Google Maps, Facebook and others, your battery power will be consumed faster. These apps are good to use but they takes a lot of power to run, so moderate the way you use them.
9. Using Resource Intensive Apps: When you make use of resource intensive applications like playing HD games and some huge size games, your battery is likely to die very fast. Ready to charge if you are a game addict.
10. Hardware Issues: Issues from hardware are severe, especially if is from the IC board and can make your your battery die quickly. You need to get a professional opinion or go to any local store around your area for a fix.
Are they helpful? Encounter any other problem, kindly drop your questions below and if it works for you, kindly share your experience!