When we have a new mobile phone, our first job is to find out what features it has, how it can be useful and how much the model is improved. We also look at the instructions in the instruction book, but we usually do not get so much about its content or rely on the practical side of things – to get to know the device manually.
However, there are useful tips that you can hardly find in the manuals provided so kindly by the manufacturers. With their help, you will optimize the operation of your phone so that it is faster, last longer, and serve you faithfully.
Everyone enjoys the ability to store more photos, music or videos. Memory is also needed when working with multiple applications. In RAM, the information is stored temporarily when certain activities are performed. If you are editing a video or a photo, the application uses temporary memory, and when you are done, it is saved in the device’s long-term memory.
- Additional memory
If you regularly need to delete photos because you have no space, you will need to have extra memory. The built-in has a certain capacity that runs out quickly. You can buy a memory card to increase your space and add new files safely.
- No animations
If you want to save valuable resources for your phone, visit the Developer Options settings, follow “For Your Phone,” and click the software number multiple times to become a developer. Go back to the “Developer Options” settings and go to the Graphics section. From it, you can stop all kinds of animations.
- Stop inactive applications
If they are stopped, they will not load the memory and free up space for other more important ones at the moment. Many of the applications work, even when they are not running – in the background.
- Energy Saving
A very effective solution here is the transition to “flight mode.” It helps to reduce battery depletion, which otherwise occurs with different wireless networks near us. The phone is constantly communicating with the cellular system, wireless Wi-Fi networks, and with the Bluetooth available in the perimeter. If we limit it, it focuses on saving energy.
- We fast and want the battery to fill up instantly
We can increase the battery charging speed of the Smartphone by about 25 percent. Then we will have to use USB ports less frequently, and instead, it is advisable to rely on the standard charger – in the socket. Supplying electricity to the mobile device is more cost-effective and meets the need for fast charging. USB ports are primarily for data transfer purposes, except that they help us in emergencies when we are out of battery charge. You also want to trust the charger primarily by the manufacturer himself, not his unknown substitutes.
- Over temperature protection
If the phone is subject to unnecessary heat, this is not conducive to the battery. Normal temperature ensures good battery performance. Sometimes a case in the summer heat can aggravate the situation and even make the charging slower.
Extended battery life
- Brightness To a minimum
If you reduce the brightness of the display to a minimum, the power consumption will be in much more moderate parameters. Each Smartphone has automatic brightness control, but do not rely on it, but enter the settings yourself.
- Stop Bluetooth and Wi-Fi
If you do not currently need to use an external device or hands-free devices that connect via Bluetooth, you can stop this wireless connection. When your phone tries to get in touch with it, it needs energy and draws on the battery charge. When you are out or on the go as you travel it is unnecessary to have your Wi-Fi option turned on. Start it when you need it when you’re in range.
- The GPS is also a consumer
Use it if necessary. You can restrict some applications when locating your location.
- Rare Vibration Usage
It consumes quite a lot of battery power because it drives the device to shake ringing or other functions with the help of a small bike.
- Stop unnecessary notifications
Applications load the processor and power consumption. To reduce spending, you can turn off those that you are not using now. Otherwise, the apps will not stop searching for updates, collecting information, and sending you news and alerts. Most notifications are completely redundant, and you can safely go without them.
- Emails can wait
This does not apply to people who are in constant contact with their partners and colleagues. Business requires it and then there’s no way to save on the battery. If emails are not essential to you during the day, you can afford and not be notified per second. Check the options for your e-mail to be updated over a longer period.
- Energy conservation
Most models have a ready-to-use energy conservation mode that gives you a chance to save some resources. The most important features will work – calls, messages.
- Stop your phone
Perhaps this advice will throw you in shock, but do not be in a hurry to worry – nobody will take away your relationship with the rest of the world. Turn off your phone only if you know you will not be using it in the next few hours. This may be a long-term meeting or rest. Sometimes you can do this if you do not have coverage because your device does not stop searching for a station to connect to.
- Proper Charging
Lithium-ion batteries should not be kept for a long time. Charge periodically and do not leave them empty.
- Photos without Flash
It does not save the battery because it needs more power when shooting. Save it when you think you are not that important.
- No extreme temperatures
Every extreme is undesirable – neither the direct sunlight nor the direct sunlight is suitable nor the freezing temperatures.