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How to extend battery life in mobile phones?

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7 tips to extend your battery life ---- 1. Turn off your Bluetooth – I find Bluetooth to be the most power hungry application; turn it off when you don’t use it 2. Disable sounds and vibrating alert – you don’t really need keypad tones to be on, do you? What about vibrating? It is surely useful on the meetings or in a cinema but most of time you’ll do just fine without it; I usually set up a vibrating profile to be used in places like cinema or theatre and in all other profiles I have vibrating turned off 3. Brightness – lower the brightness of your screen; not too low, otherwise you’ll destroy your vision 4. Setting the Power saver time-out and the Light time-out to the low values will help too (you’ll find them in the display settings) 5. If you are not using an application switch it off – you’ll get a list of all active applications by long pressing the menu button; this is a general rule that can be applied to any device 6. Games – it’s fun to play games on your way to school but they are power-hungry beasts; I can’t tell you not to play games but think about your battery when you are playing 7. Turn off your phone when you don’t use it – I know that for many of you this is not an option and I’m not sure if turning it off and on is even good for your battery but I heard this tip from so many people that I just had to mention it
Posted: 25-02-2012 @ 16:58:11
I am listing the best way to increase the battery life: 1- Use out all the remaining battery 2- Charge untill it's full, preferably charge overnight 3- Don't charge it in middle. Charge only when it's fully empty 4- Don't unplug the charger in the middle. Charge it fully Do these steps for some time say a month and u'll see the difference. I have personally tried this and my battery life has increased by upto 1 hr.
Posted: 21-02-2012 @ 15:23:02
u can extend battery life by doing the following::: 1. Turn off your Bluetooth – I find Bluetooth to be the most power hungry application; turn it off when you don’t use it 2. Disable sounds and vibrating alert – you don’t really need keypad tones to be on, do you? What about vibrating? It is surely useful on the meetings or in a cinema but most of time you’ll do just fine without it; I usually set up a vibrating profile to be used in places like cinema or theatre and in all other profiles I have vibrating turned off 3. Brightness – lower the brightness of your screen; not too low, otherwise you’ll destroy your vision 4. Setting the Power saver time-out and the Light time-out to the low values will help too (you’ll find them in the display settings) 5. If you are not using an application switch it off – you’ll get a list of all active applications by long pressing the menu button; this is a general rule that can be applied to any device 6. Games – it’s fun to play games on your way to school but they are power-hungry beasts; I can’t tell you not to play games but think about your battery when you are playing 7. Turn off your phone when you don’t use it – I know that for many of you this is not an option and I’m not sure if turning it off and on is even good for your battery but I heard this tip from so many people that I just had to mention it
Posted: 25-08-2011 @ 17:44:43
Turn Off 3G and Data Most data capable phones can operate in different modes. If you turn off the high-speed wireless data mode, such as 3G, you will significantly reduce the power your phone consumes. This is the single biggest thing I find affects battery consumption. Dim the Screen The screen’s backlight uses a lot of power, keeping it off as much as possible will extend battery life. On the iPhone, press the top button, on many BlackBerrys, press ALT + ENTER to lock the keyboard and shutoff the screen. If your phone has an option to adjust the brightness, dim it. If it has auto-brightness, enable it. If you can set an “auto off” time then set it to the shortest time allowed. Text Message Instead of Calling If you can get away with communicating by text message, this can save power too. Although, it does require your screen, so short messages are better. These messages are embedded in the signals that your phone is already sending and receiving to normally communicate with the mobile network, even when you’re not using the phone, so it’s a very efficient way to communicate. Turn Wifi and Bluetooth Off Wifi and Bluetooth are great conveniences, but when you’re away from your charger and worried about losing phone capabilities, they’re a luxury that can go. Most phones with these features, have an option to disable them. Don’t Play Games or Music Well designed mobile phone processors have a low power mode that sips power when the phone is waiting for incoming calls in standby mode. Playing games requires the processor to work at its limit, which requires a lot more energy than standby mode. The same goes for playing music, especially if they’re compressed, high bit-rate or encrypted or drm protected music files — extra processing is needed to process these files and power the headphones or internal speaker. Stop Background Apps Some background apps use more power than others, it really comes down to the hardware in the phone the app is using (ex GPS) and how processor intensive the activity is. Generally, if you’re trying to save power, closing the apps you don’t need can save power. This mostly applies to BlackBerry, Android and Windows Mobile devices.
Posted: 24-08-2011 @ 17:53:42
Its very easy to extend the battery life how means.while u going to recharge your battery u just keep it in the charger 3 to 4 hours. three to four hours is enough to fill the battery. if u having the habit of keeping the charger to the hole night it will may get damaged. reduce the charging time it will increase the battery life.
Posted: 23-08-2011 @ 16:18:42
sir, Turn off your bluetooth. Disable sounds and vibrating alert. Lower the brightness on your screen. Games suck out a lot of power so try not to play them as much. Turn off your phone when your not using it.
Posted: 11-08-2011 @ 21:29:54
Once u put in charging, charge it fully. While using the phone, use the battery almost upto the ower level and then put into charging. And in phone, adjust the brightness of the screen to low.
Posted: 27-07-2011 @ 18:33:07
DO NOT USE CHARGER FREQUENTLY.RECHARGE THE BATTERY AFTER IT IS ALMOST DISCHARGED.KEEP CHARGING THE BATTERY UNTIL IT IS FULL.
Posted: 06-06-2011 @ 23:25:25
don't use it
Posted: 06-06-2011 @ 12:39:50
to make good battery life for your mobile just when you buy the phone u charge it for the whole night for 2-3 days then your mobile will have a good battery life........
Posted: 26-05-2011 @ 17:53:54
Sleepmode
Posted: 26-05-2011 @ 17:45:51