smartphone charging tips

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     We are spending more time in our smartphone Not only to make call and messaging, smartphone has their diverse range of capabilities and multi-functionality to play games, listen to mp3s, snap pictures, Internet access and even stream videos. Average smartphone batteries last between one and two days before being completely depleted. But now the battery charge will drain out easily. Normal charger will take half an hour to charge the battery. If it takes more than half an hour to charge, you obviously guess that something went wrong. Here in this article i will going to explain you few tips that can help you charge your smartphone faster.

Tips to Charge your Smartphone Battery Faster:

Avoid the USB Port:

The best way to charge your phone is direct charging. Charge with laptop or computer USB cable will allow you to charge, seems convenient ways to recharge too but they will consume 50 percent charging time too.  USB ports usually can only charge at 0.5A, so it’s going to take more time compared to a 1A power adapter. Even a USB 3.0 port only goes up to 0.9A at its maximum.  A typical phone charger, however, can provide at least 1 amp of current while tablet chargers are usually rated at about 2 amps, and the more amps you feed to a device; the faster it is going to charge.

If your charger didn’t come with an adapter to plug it into the wall, they’re small and cost as little as $10 for a good one.  This simple practice can save you up to or even more.

Switch off your device:

If you really need to fully recharge within the shortest amount of time possible, just turn off your smartphone while charging will allow it to recharge even faster than putting it in airplane mode. There’s no app or feature draining the power whatsoever when your smartphone is turned off. If emergency, you are waiting for a message or Emails then please don’t turn off the phone.

Turn off unnecessary features:

  • If you do not need your phone’s data connection, then turn of it.
  • Force stop Unnecessary Apps
  • Disable GPS
  • No Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, 3G/4G When Not in Use
  • Minimize Notifications

Turn off these features whenever you can, so you can save battery power and charge your smartphone faster.

Use The Right Power Adapter and Cable:

Charger may vary depending upon the phones so the power adapter that comes with your smartphone is what you need to charge your device. That 1 amp of current is what most smartphones need. If the charger has a higher amperage rating, that means your phone will still charge, but at a faster rate. If the rating is lower than 1A, then your phone will charge slower than it probably should.

Buy right cable with your power adapter. Again, it’s best to stick with what you have got in the box. Be aware that just because a phone supports fast charging, it doesn’t mean the charger that came with it is a fast charger.