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For android users: How to make your phone last longer

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View pictures in App save up to 80% data. If your battery drains down a lot, you have a reason to worry. Given the poor power supply we face, a weak battery is one of the least problem you want to experience. There are many things that could make a battery drain down quickly. So also are there many solutions to solve this. One of such causes, is using a fake/substandard battery. This is the first thing to inspect if your phone power drains quickly. A substandard battery will always falter in performance. Always purchase batteries from reliable sources.

If yours is, then the following steps can stretch its life a little longer. View pictures in App save up to 80% data.

Brightness: the more you increase your phone's brightness, the faster it drains. Reducing it to the barest minimum can save you a whole lot of power. Alternatively, you can consider turning on auto brightness. This allows your phone to automatically adjusts its brightness.  View pictures in App save up to 80% data.

Switch of your data: you should also consider switching off your data when you aren't browsing the internet. A lot of power is expended when your phone receives network signals. Weak signals makes things worse as they drain battery more than strong ones. View pictures in App save up to 80% data.

Turn on power saving mode: most smartphone offers this function. You can easily find it in your phone settings under battery. This mode automatically reduces brightness, reduce background process, and restrict background data to ensure you battery stays longer. There are third party apps which can also achieve this. Though some of them are battery drainers themselves. Stick to the one on your phone settings.

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