the battery is one of the most important parts of a smartphone. It’s no wonder when the battery condition is not good, no matter your smartphone’s performance will decrease.
Smartphones can be used to help work out a lot of things, ranging from checking email, reading news, photographing, to activities with a variety of social media and Instant Messaging. Unfortunately, with many of the functions, battery life is still a constraint.
Most current Smartphones have the disposable time 4-5 hours when used intensively. Of course that is not enough time to accompany the activities of its users a day.
Well, so long your battery age and can last a long time, the most common way is to not enable WiFi connection and GPS if it is not needed. Then do not use Smartphones to play games in a long time.
How to Recharge the Smartphone
In addition, there are several steps You must do to keep Your smartphone’s battery always perform well.
Turn Off Your Smartphone While Charging
When charging the battery, try to disable the smartphone. This step will make charging the maximum.
You can also perform the calibration of the battery using the Battery Calibration application. But don’t often do so because of the risk of causing the battery to explode or break your smartphone and will shorten the battery life.
So, if you want to optimize the performance of the battery, take the battery charge condition of the smartphone in the off status. Or it could be by doing charging if the battery is already 40 percent.
Keep It Cool
In addition to the procedures for charging the battery is good, you are also required to keep the temperature of the battery remains stable. Heat is the biggest enemy of the battery because the quality will decrease much faster when hot.
At an average temperature of 32 degrees Fahrenheit, the lithium-ion battery would lose 6 percent of maximum capacity per year. At a temperature of 77 degrees, the amount of lost capacity will increase to 20 percent, and the number reached 104 degrees 35 percent.
Avoid Wireless Charging
Wireless charging is indeed very convenient and not complicated with coils of cables. However, such activity is quite risky because it produces waste heat and too much energy is wasted.
don’t let the battery run out to 0 percent. Try to leave a little power in the battery. If you do not wear your smartphone in a long time, try to set aside at least 40 percent of the battery power.
Because lithium-ion batteries, not just get by with cruising by 30 percent in a month, where they will lose five to ten percent of the power in a month.
And when the battery power is too low (actually 0 percent), battery performance will be unstable and dangerous to be filled (an explosion could have happened).
Do not recharge the batteries overnight
The habit of letting the battery connected to the charger overnight while left sleeping also turned out to be no good. While some Chargers can break the electric current if the power was 100 percent filled, let the battery is always fully charged 100 percent in condition is also not good.
Charge the battery fully charged and briefly in many times and even better for health than batteries left in a condition of zero percent or 100 percent on an ongoing basis.
Lithium batteries are also prone to frequent if left out of power in the battery also has a component that could be used to damage its own batteries to prevent battery does not explode. Though it does not happen every day, users must be vigilant.
Nickel-based batteries should be recharged after battery power runs out. batteries are made from lithium-ion rechargeable, preferably while its still remaining above 50% or a minimum of 20%. However, occasionally one lithium-ion batteries need to be “drained” out, for example, once a month for the purposes of calibration.
Directly to the electrical outlet
Now many use powerbank so you don’t need to plug the charger into an electrical outlet. However, it turns out is not good because it could deliver on the battery overheating. You still advisable to recharge the battery via charger that plugged directly into an electrical outlet.