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These 10 Things Are Killing Your Phone Battery & You Had No Idea

Unlike a decade ago, mobile phones are no more a luxury. Like food, air, water it has become a kind of necessity for us. With new features coming every day, we are becoming very particular about features when we go to buy one. That one thing we surely take notice of while buying a cell phone is its battery backup. But little did we know that there are some things in our phone that are killing our battery. Here are those 10 things that are draining our phone battery
Adjust brightness of phone
When you are at home, turn the brightness of your phone to the lowest setting possible.
Auto Location, auto drains your battery
While your auto location is on, many apps track your location. As a result, your battery drains. Simply go to the settings and turn off the auto location.
Turn off the auto updates
Auto updates option updates your app whenever they want. If you want to get the most out of your battery, then you need to keep a check on things that are draining it.

Leaving Your Bluetooth on all the time
Don’t leave the Bluetooth on when it’s not in use. Turn it off when you are not using it.
Turn on the Wifi only when in use
Most of us leave our wifi on even when it’s not in use. In this case, your phone is always searching for networks even when it’s not available.
Vibration mode drains battery
Instead of vibration function, use a ringtone to alarm you for any notification. Vibration function just sucks up your battery.
Keep calls short
Oh Sorry, My phone is running out of battery. I”ll talk to you later.” This is one of the most common and obvious excuse to get off the phone. But if you really want to save your battery, cut short your calling time.
Turn off 4G when there are weak signals
Adjust your network setting according to the signals. If 4g signals are unavailable at any area then change your network settings from 4g to 3g.
Airplane mode
Turning on the airplane is a great way to conserve battery. It’s a way to tell your phone to take a nap and stop trying to communicate to any signal. While your phone is on the airplane mode, your phone is using the least battery.

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