Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Guidelines for new Android Phone battery

Today we have a wast market for android phones. Its important to know the procedure/methods to use the Android Phone Battery

1.  Initializing your new battery

When you purchase new battery, insert it into the Android device. Turn your device on and drain your battery until your left with 1 bar of power. Then charge your device for a minimum period of 12 hours. Your 1st charge cycle is very important, do not charge it before it's down to 1 bar.

2.  Recharging your new battery

After you have completed the initial charge, your battery should only ever be recharged once you drain if down to 1 bar of power and should be recharged for a minimum period of 6 hours for the battery to reach its full capacity. Ignore the phone telling you that the battery is full? This is normal but is not accurate.

3.  Avoid fully discharging your new battery

Your batteries' life is shortened every time you fully discharge them. Instead, charge them when the battery meter shows one bar left.

4.  Tips for long Battery life per charging

* Charge your battery correctly by using appropriate charger and drain your battery up to one bar before charging.
* Keep battery contacts clean to effective deliver power in your device and optimize battery life.
* Lower screen brightness/backlight and disable custom animations/transitions to lower battery consumption.
* Avoid using unnecessary features and close idle applications running in the background as they still consume power.
* Use GSM rather than 3G or Dual Mode as being on GSM mode consumes less power.
* Turn off Wi-Fi or Bluetooth connectivity when not in use as they consume a lot of power.

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