10 Ways to Make Your Mobile Phone Battery Last Longer

How to Make Your Mobile Phone Battery  Last Longer?

With today’s technology cell phones have become a part of everyday life. Whether used as a phone, calendar, watch, address book, camera, video camera, or even a computer, cell phones have allowed people to stay connected to all aspects of their life. No matter how your cell phone is used here are some simple tips on how to stay connected to your world longer.

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1. Turn the vibrate function off. The vibrate function is great if your at a football game, or in the office, but for around the house or running errands the function isn’t necessary and takes more battery power than the ring tone by itself.

2. Most cell phones come with a few different backlight settings. Set yours to the shortest time until the backlight turns off and/or turn it off completely during the day.

3. Turn off your phone. Although this is pretty self explanatory when

you are not planning on using or answering your phone for a while turn it off rather then on silent or vibrate.

4. Some phones have a power save function like computer monitors where after a certain amount of time the phone goes idle. Have yours turned on at all times.

5. If your phone has blue tooth capability, make sure you have it disabled when it is not in use.

6. Limit the use of the camera, video camera, and internet as much as possible when you know it could be some time until your battery gets its next charge.

7. Keep calls short. This does seem pretty obvious but keeping calls short greatly increases your battery life.

8. Lower your ring tone. Apart from saving your hearing, lowering the volume on your ring tone helps your battery last longer.

9. Use non-animated screen savers. Animated screen savers use a great deal more energy than the regular non-animated.

10. Finally the # 1 cell phone battery killer, signal searching. If you are in an area where you receive little or no signal your phone will constantly search for signal consistently draining your battery. If you have poor reception turn off your phone until you have better signal.

Please feel free to share any tips you have…   through comment..

11 thoughts on “10 Ways to Make Your Mobile Phone Battery Last Longer

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  3. zovi
    November 25, 2009 at 9:44 am

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    November 25, 2009 at 2:44 pm

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  5. Leticia
    November 26, 2009 at 6:22 pm

    i hope these will help me lot

  6. Leticia
    November 26, 2009 at 11:22 pm

    i hope these will help me lot

  7. wmms
    December 14, 2009 at 2:38 pm

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    December 14, 2009 at 7:38 pm

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  9. Jordan Wagner
    August 21, 2010 at 1:38 pm

    Some of these are a bit extreme. My battery lasts at least 20 hours on a single charge, I always leave my bluetooth and vibration on, my lighting scheme is at least 3/4th brightness. I text heavily and make many phone calls. I NEVER turn my phone off (unless im in the mountains and have no service)! My philosophy is: if the phone cant keep up with the way i want to use it… then it is time for a new phone. i have the samsung instinct and also it came with 2 batters at time of purchase but i rarely use the second battery. ill be getting a moto droid next 😉

  10. Jordan Wagner
    August 21, 2010 at 6:38 pm

    Some of these are a bit extreme. My battery lasts at least 20 hours on a single charge, I always leave my bluetooth and vibration on, my lighting scheme is at least 3/4th brightness. I text heavily and make many phone calls. I NEVER turn my phone off (unless im in the mountains and have no service)! My philosophy is: if the phone cant keep up with the way i want to use it… then it is time for a new phone. i have the samsung instinct and also it came with 2 batters at time of purchase but i rarely use the second battery. ill be getting a moto droid next 😉

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