Why is My Phone’s Battery Draining This Fast?
You might wonder why your battery only lasts for hours at a time — and why it’s slowed down since you bought your phone. Here, we’ll give you a few answers.
Limited battery life and a fast-draining battery are a few of the biggest issues with Android smartphones. But even more frustrating is when you don’t know why your battery drains so quickly. To identify the biggest battery sucks running on your phone, activate PSafe’s PowerPRO. PowerPRO lets you know which apps or features on your phone are taking up too much energy. Click on PowerPRO to be proactive about making your battery last longer:
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A Limited Signal is Sucking Your Battery
If you’re ever in a place with a limited signal, your phone will continue to search for a signal until it finds one — even if it never does. This drains your battery life significantly, so, if this happens to you, turn your phone to airplane mode. Additionally, if you’re ever without your phone charger, turn your phone to airplane mode overnight to stop connections from draining your battery.
Location Tracking is Draining Your Phone
GPS really drains your battery — notice how Google Maps has ways to keep your phone powered when you’ve used it for a while? To turn off your GPS when not in use, navigate to “Settings” and then “Location Mode.” Select the “Battery saving” box there to turn off your GPS when it’s not being used.
You Aren’t Treating Your Phone Right
Many people always keep their phone 100% charged, but many experts suggest this isn’t the ideal charge for a long battery life. Instead, keep your phone charged from between 40 to 80%, using PowerPRO to limit your battery charge. Additionally, you sometimes want to let your phone’s battery die every three months or so to re-calibrate it. Finally, never let your phone overheat — a hot phone degrades your battery much more quickly.
These are common reasons that your phone’s battery life might be winding down. However, these may not be your phone’s issue. Instead, check PowerPRO to figure out the issues that are specifically affecting your device.