Thanks for your tips. Can you help me keep the eyes on apps that use data in background? How can I restrict background usage of data to save my battery?
Sorry I am new to Android mobile so I need to learn more about how to use it.
1.Dump unnecessary home screen widgets
Just because they're sitting on the home screen, seemingly inactive, doesn't mean they're not consuming power. This goes for widgets that poll status updates in the backgrounds
2.Keep Wi-Fi on during sleep
If you have the choice between using Wi-Fi or cell signal, always choose Wi-Fi, all other things equal. Wi-Fi drains far less battery than cellular service. But in the Wi-Fi sleep mode the 3G cellular service will be on automatically, To turn it off, go to Setting > wifi > advanced > keep wifi on during sleep
3.Keep an eye on signal strength.
If you're in an area with poor cellular coverage, the phone will work harder to latch onto a strong-enough signal. This has an adverse effect on battery life. it's worth popping the phone into Airplane mode if you don't need data or voice calls.
4.Shut down vibration
To produce the vibration effect, your device has to spin up a small vibration motor every time, which can be really draining on your battery.
5.APP killers suck battery rather than conserve it.
6.Reduce email, Twitter, and Facebook polling.
Auto Synchronization uses background processes that can eat into both your mobile data use and battery life. Set your various messaging apps to "manual" for the polling or refresh frequency, and you'll instantly extend your device's battery life by a significant amount.
7.Turn unnecessary hardware radios off.
Android keeps location-based apps resident in the background, and the constant drain on your battery will become noticeable, fast. If your phone has a power control widget, you can use it to quickly turn on/off GPS (the largest power drain), NFC, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and LTE.
8.Turn down the brightness and turn off Automatic Brightness.
It's probably obvious at this point, but you'll be surprised by how much this one alone helps to improve battery life.
9.Keep an eye on apps that use data in the background.
Some apps, such as the Play Store and Gmail apps, continuously collect and send data in the background. You can restrict such background usage of data — per app — and your battery will be the happier for it.
10.Ditch live wallpapers
Yeah, that massive spiral galaxy slowly swirling in glowing tranquility looks great on display units, but in everyday life, these gorgeous backgrounds take processing power to animate.
11.Use a phone with good processor
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