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Is there any way to save battery in Android Phones?

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Yes we can save the battery .use the mobile phone for short duration of time
Posted: 26-05-2012 @ 22:58:43
An Android phone or tablet can be a power-hungry device if you use it a lot. So are there ways to stretch the battery life? Yes, there are many apps for this, and some optional hardware. Here we will go over both hardware and software solutions. Generally speaking, hardware solutions deals with increasing energy capacity (i.e. make the "gas tank" bigger), and software solutions deals with decreasing energy consumption (i.e. make the device use LESS power). vsen222
Posted: 03-10-2011 @ 20:56:04
install the battery manager app to your phne and configure the settings to save battery
Posted: 02-10-2011 @ 15:15:46
An Android phone or tablet can be a power-hungry device if you use it a lot. So are there ways to stretch the battery life? Yes, there are many apps for this, and some optional hardware. Here we will go over both hardware and software solutions. Generally speaking, hardware solutions deals with increasing energy capacity (i.e. make the "gas tank" bigger), and software solutions deals with decreasing energy consumption (i.e. make the device use LESS power).
Posted: 01-10-2011 @ 15:16:21
1-open task manager, clear RAM.this will close programs running in background which causes battery loss. 2-close bluetooth, wifi, gps, automatic sync & turn off internet when not in use. 3- close auto refresh feature of news & whether, mails, or set refresh time very long. 4- uninstall unused apps. okay!!
Posted: 28-09-2011 @ 14:00:12
their are lot of ways to save battery in android phones. 1.Ask your phone what is using the largest percentages of power. (Settings » About phone » Battery use) If you ask Android what's using what percentage of available battery power, it will tell you. The vast majority of the time the biggest power hog is the display. 2.Reduce the brightness of your display. (Settings » Sound & Display » Brightness) Most people can see an Android display quite well with the backlighting feature turned off. Move the slider all the way to the left, then try using the device that way. If you can't see it well in that setting, move the slider to the right only as far as necessary to view the display comfortably. 3.If your device has an AMOLED screen, always use a black background. AMOLED screens can reduce power usage sevenfold by displaying black instead of white or any other color. When searching on your phone you can also use Black Google Mobile at bGoog.com to get standard Google results. 4.Disable Your Wi-Fi When You Don’t Need It.Wi-Fi can really speed up accessing data on your phone, but it can also be a big drain on the battery if you don’t need it enabled, especially when you are out and about… The phone will try and scan for a wireless network even though you may not want it to. 5.Disable Bluetooth if You Don’t Use It If you aren’t using a wireless headset, there’s no reason to have Bluetooth running all the time, and you should probably cut it off to save the battery life. If you never use it at all, head into Settings –> Wireless & networks–> Bluetooth. 6.Use the Power Widget to Easily Toggle GPS, Bluetooth, Wireless, and Screen Brightness Android includes a built-in Power Widget that can easily toggle these settings on or off—just long press on the background of one of your screens, choose Widget –> Power Control to add it to the screen. You’ll notice in this example screenshot that I’ve got my GPS enabled but I’m not using Wi-Fi or Bluetooth at the moment—the icon all the way on the right lets you easily toggle the screen brightness settings. 7.Disable Animated Wallpaper Yeah, that sweet animated wallpaper doesn’t help your battery any. Get rid of it for a small extra battery savings. 8.Disable Home Screen Widgets You Don’t Need If you’ve got loads of widgets that are pulling data from the web, that means they are likely pulling down data in the background all the time. You should try not to go overboard with these, or remove the ones you don’t actually need. 9.Set your screen timeout to the shortest length possible. (Settings » Sound & display » Screen timeout) This setting tells the device to turn off the screen after the selected period of inactivity. The shorter the period, the less power your display will use. The setting options vary from phone to phone. 10.Turn off the GPS. (Settings » Security & location » Enable GPS satellites) When the GPS receiver in your Android device is active it looks for satellites, and its processor prepares information to be sent to any application that needs it, regardless of whether an application that uses the GPS is running or not. If you are not navigating, turn off GPS and let the device use whatever alternative location services your wireless network provider may offer. 11.Turn off the phone vibration function. (Settings » Sound & display » Phone vibrate) The tiny device inside your phone that generates the vibration uses power every time it is activated. Alternatively, set the ringer volume all the way off, past the Vibrate setting. 12.Do not leave applications running when you don't need them. Close them and return to the home screen. 13.Put your phone on standby mode when you are not using it. Simply press the red "End call" key and the display will darken. Press it again and it will light up. 14.Keep the Battery from Getting Too Hot One of the quickest ways to kill a battery is to leave it out in the sun—try and keep your phone somewhere that isn’t too hot whenever possible. You’ll end up needing to replace the battery a lot quicker if you don’t. take this steps you can save your battery.
Posted: 28-09-2011 @ 10:33:49
To increase your battery life, you will also need to control EDGE and GPRS usage. “APN on/off Widget” will help you in keeping your data usage under control. To install this widget, simply log on the market and search for “APN on/off”. Make sure to keep this widget on your home screen to quickly toggle data connection on/off. Rooted Android device owners can also select their preference as “ 2G networks only” to save some battery. It has been observed that devices using 3G services drain more quickly than those on normal 2G networks. Get rid of all useless apps by installing some app removal and tracking utility like “atrackDog”. This app will allow you to uninstall all apps which you don’t need and are occupying precious space on your phone. Although over-clocking can improve speed of your phone, but we will advise against it as it might make your battery overloaded which usually ends in quick battery drain. Go to Settings > Accounts & Sync > Uncheck Back ground data. This will actually help in saving your battery life by disallowing data connection to automatically sync Google services.
Posted: 28-09-2011 @ 07:35:40
The Android operating system is turning the mobile communications and PDA world on its head by offering features, functionality and an open architecture that threatens to blow away everything else on the market.[1] However, many of the features available on Android devices can cause batteries to become drained very quickly.[2] Because of this, users of Android devices must intelligently and proactively manage the energy in their batteries. The power-saving options presented here can be used as you wish; all at the same time, individually or in any desired combination. Ask your phone what is using the largest percentages of power. (Settings » About phone » Battery use) If you ask Android what's using what percentage of available battery power, it will tell you. The vast majority of the time the biggest power hog is the display. Tell the device to only use 2G networks. (Settings » Wireless controls » Mobile networks » Use only 2G networks) If you do not need access to high speed data, or there is no 3G network where you live, you can tell Android to only use 2G mobile networks. You will still have access to EDGE network data and WiFi if needed. educe the brightness of your display. (Settings » Sound & Display » Brightness) Most people can see an Android display quite well with the backlighting feature turned off. Move the slider all the way to the left, then try using the device that way. If you can't see it well in that setting, move the slider to the right only as far as necessary to view the display comfortably. If your device has an AMOLED screen, always use a black background. AMOLED screens can reduce power usage sevenfold by displaying black instead of white or any other color. When searching on your phone you can also use Black Google Mobile at bGoog.com to get standard Google results (including images) all in black [3]. Set your screen timeout to the shortest length possible. (Settings » Sound & display » Screen timeout) This setting tells the device to turn off the screen after the selected period of inactivity. The shorter the period, the less power your display will use. The setting options vary from phone to phone. Turn off the wireless feature when not needed. (Settings » Wireless controls » Wi-Fi, or get the Wireless Settings free app) The wireless networking transmitter uses quite a bit of power. Even when the device is not connected to a network, it will continue to search for one on a regular basis. Turn off the GPS. (Settings » Security & location » Enable GPS satellites) When the GPS receiver in your Android device is active it looks for satellites, and its processor prepares information to be sent to any application that needs it, regardless of whether an application that uses the GPS is running or not. If you are not navigating, turn off GPS and let the device use whatever alternative location services your wireless network provider may offer. Use the Power Control widget. (Home screen » Menu » Add » Widgets » Power control) As of Android 1.6, there is a widget that you can place on any one of your home screens that gives you quick control buttons for Wifi, Bluetooth, GPS, Push sync, and screen brightness (three levels). Use this to control your settings and turn them off to save battery power, as stated above. This is a nice easy shortcut. urn off the phone vibration function. (Settings » Sound & display » Phone vibrate) The tiny device inside your phone that generates the vibration uses power every time it is activated. Alternatively, set the ringer volume all the way off, past the Vibrate setting. ut the device in "Airplane Mode" while on an airline flight. Press and hold the "End call" key until a menu is displayed. Select the mode to turn off your phone's transmitter. This will allow you to use the phone while in flight. Of course, if you don't plan to use the phone, turning it off completely by selecting "Power off" is the ultimate power saving tip! To power on the device, press the "End call" key.
Posted: 27-09-2011 @ 15:18:12