Increase Android battery life (Tips & Tricks)



Does your Android device often run out of power long before your work day has ended? This video shows you tips and tricks to increase Android battery life for your phone or tablet. Try them. They may be able to extend your usage hours a bit.

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38 Comments

  1. First charge your 10 percent battery 😁😂😂😂😂😅🙄🙄🙄

  2. Whenever you are going to buy a new phone go for at least 4000mah or more battery 🤔🤔🤔

  3. Watching this in 2018 and I keep focusing on the Galaxy S3. What a beautiful great phone. It's also a good bit of information for phones today.

  4. Whose watching this in the year 2123 where we have unlimited of anything!

  5. My CPU uses only about 8 to 10% power. No question of rooting. All that sucks them out is the screen.

  6. This Really helped my android phone. Thank you so much! 🙂

  7. I have a question. I tried a lot of things to increase my s2 battery life, even rooted the phone. Is it the battery itself spoiled or am i really using too many apps. Because at first it says 4hrs left, then suddenly drops to 2hrs and so on until it very quickly drains all the battery. Any solutions ?

  8. One of the best ways I found to conserve battery was basically to use Xposed modules after rooting. Absolute headache to configure but once you've clamped down on everything 'phoning home' when the screen is off and taken away permissions for things to 'autostart' in the background, battery life goes through the roof. 0% battery drain when the screen is off, anywhere up to double screen-on time. Pain in the butt to configure but you can have an app-heavy phone without the battery commitments. The trade-off is less potentially interesting notifications. I wiped my phone recently and I miss being free of "why haven't you played X game today?".

  9. I need help, I have a moto e1, It always had a good battery life, but instantly, one day, it dropped from 20 to 8 in 15 minutes, now, with a normal use, it goes down one percentage every minute.

    Buying a new battery will fix that?

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