Why Is My/Your Smartphone/Laptop Battery Draining So Fast? Easy Safety Tips On How To Overcome This Mobile Problem

This tutorial is on how to solve or overcome the problem above – your smartphone or laptop battery draining very quickly and faster. And no matter what kind of mobile device you are having but for as long as you are suffering from the same problem, reading this post fully might help you locate the cause and how to fix the problem since it entails some of the basic and easier tips you can follow to maximize your usage.

Why is my smartphone or laptop battery Draining soo faster and how to Overcome this Mobile problem is a very common question which many device users ask them selves. Many end up making conclusion about their devices and which on so many occasion is not worthy. And its the same reason as to why one needs to at least try to know certain things before making certain judgments.

While it may be possible that your mobile is self discharging, it may too be possible for the problem to be as a result of other facts. Things like not having charged your phone well, being in a low reception area, having active background running applications, over using your phone, receiving too many calls and many others can be some of the reasons in addition to your Phone PCB having its own problems.

But how do you go about lessening or solving the above question of “Why Is My Smartphone Battery Draining very quickly and so fast? Below are some of the tips right from the time you purchase your smartphone or laptop (in case it was a brand new one).

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#1 – Charging your device well. By this, am referring on how to charge your device for the very first time. While different phone brands and laptops may be having their own recommendations, its advisable for one to follow the rules. An example is when using a Belief made battery regardless of your device (Tecno, Nokia, Lumia, Microsoft, Samsung, iTel, Sony Ericson, Kgtel and others, they recommend that you charge your device for a minimum of 10 hours while charging and discharging between 3-5 in the cycle time. Its too recommended that you leave your device in charge for a maximum of 2 hours from the time the device indicates that its fully charged.

#2 – Always turn off Background running apps. Yes, smartphone and laptops have so many apps which can stay operating while in the background. This means that they keep using your battery without you noticing and by the time you realize, its too late and the battery is warning low. You can access apps in phones and processes in laptops to check which are running and turn them off or change their settings.

#3 – Wireless communication. Things like Bluetooth, Tethering, WiFi and others can consume too much battery when used and or active for long hours. A device will for example keep searching for any available connection itself without you knowing. This will stay your battery in use and which can make it low sooner.

#4 – Using your device while in power. For laptops, this may be okay but for smart-phones, its wrong. This act tends to make the phone not charge fully and sometimes, it can show how its 100% full when its not. If you are charging, do it without any interruption.

The above are just a few of what you can do. I have written so many other guides on the same site which you can access by using the search function. Its all about following these safety tricks and guides for optimum functionality of your device.

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  2. do the tips above apply to tecno h7 smartphone? mybattery goes very faster after i charge. please solve this samuel

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