The battery of the smartphone does not run forever, and some devices have an almost embarrassing screen. Those big, super AMOLED and LCD screens and havy applications are a clear drain on your battery, but there are a lot of things you can do behind-the-scenes to make your Android last longer. Let’s know how to increase the battery in your smartphone.
How android battery works
Mostly smartphones have either a lithium-ion battery or a lithium-polymer battery. Both are actually lithium-ions, and as such, there is not a ‘memory’, which means that you can charge them at any level – you don’t have to discharge them completely before charging them – And you don’t have to charge them all the way to 100 percent.
In fact, these types of batteries suffer from low voltage problems, so it is actually better to partially charge them (from 20 percent to 90 percent) than to fully charge and dry them completely. Battery care is always open to debate, so for every accepted tip there will be someone who says it doesn’t matter. Just find those that employment for you and you’ll increase the battery on your Android device.
For our Chargin, most devices released nowadays do not have removable batteries. Looks like it won’t change anytime soon. And despite most of them being close to 3,000 mAh they still need to be adapted, especially for the demand for new games. Take advantage of a number of the ideas below and really get the foremost out of your smartphone.

1. Black wallpaper can increase battery

If your phone has an AMOLED screen , use a dark background. Black wallpapers can increase battery life because AMOLED screens only lightup colored pixels. Black pixels are off, so any black pixels you have, or dark pixels, require less power to light them.
To download the completely black wallpaper, tap on the link here.
• Now, save the picture and go to your settings.
• Tap Wallpaper from there, choose Hit Wallpaper and scroll down to the gallery.
• You should be able to find the black wallpaper you have saved.
• Hit wallpaper and lock screen.

 

2. Dark Mode

Dark mode has been around since Android Marshmallow, but has been improved with newer Android versions. Earlier, the dark would only work if the smartphone was stable for a while. But now, it can still work when it is being carried in your bag or in your bag or pocket, for example. The screen simply needs to be turned off to work.
Dark mode essentially turns off only those things you are not using depending on how long it is after you touch your phone. The network connection is severed and synchronized only during specific intervals. When you stay away from your phone for longer, more things stop, such as GPS, Wi-Fi scanning, and all syncing.

3. Close Google Assistant

Always stop listening to your phone. Google Assistant is a great and often very functional feature. The problem is that it can wreak havoc together with your battery. Especially if you don’t really use it or only occasionally use it.
Go to Google> your settings menu and tap on Google Assistant> Settings heading. On the next page, select your device and turn on Google Assistant for a longer life.

4. Keep your apps updated.

There is a reason that developers continuously updates the apps, and most of the time it’s for ram or battery optimization. Keeping your apps updated also means that you have the best customizations available. Likewise, remove old apps that you simply not use, as these can run background processes that chew RAM and battery life.
Once you make sure your apps are up-to-date, you can personally go through them and check if they are optimized for battery life. This can be done fairly quickly. Just go to your settings and tap the battery. From there hit the menu button (three dots on the right side of your screen) and go to battery optimization. From there you will see which apps are optimized and alter them. You can only change non-essential system apps. Watch the video below to ascertain how it’s done.

5. Use Green

Unlike many Android apps, which claim to optimize performance and increase battery life, Greenize actually works. Greenify allows you to put other apps into hibernation, preventing them from operating in the background when they are not in use.
This frees up system resources and increases battery performance, but requires little consideration. For to be effective, you cannot just hibernate every installed app. But since there are so many Android apps that perform tasks you don’t know about, or necessarily want, this one Is a useful tool.