Monday, February 21, 2011

Save on Smartphone Battery Fit Needs

Android, BlackBerry, Cisco IOS, Windows Mobile, is a smartphone with many features that are most commonly used your computer, such as navigation systems, radios, stereos and televisions. Smartphone that have many features like this with a level of high resolution screens and high-performance hardware (faster processor, video camera, graphics chip, and sensor) then tends to drain the battery, especially when they are not configured optimally with power management perspective.

Some tips below apply to all types of mobile devices, not specific to the Android platform, so that the battery life increase from your mobile device:

  1. Adjust the brightness of a mobile screen so that it can adapt in different lighting conditions, and be sure autoscreen for standby time.
  2. Disable unnecessary services such as Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS Navigation, Auto GPRS when not needed use for internet online.
  3. Use the camera and video recording feature on the device when you only need.
  4. Flight Mode, better to save battery life if you do not want to use the phone but still want to use it for other purposes such as listening to music.
  5. Put the widget Power - Power Widget allows one-touch controls for power saving settings associated with Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS, sync, and the brightness of the screen. Turning off features such as Wi-Fi and GPS if you are not using them should help your battery life significantly.
  6. Leverage Use Task Manager / Killer for the Android operating system allows applications to run in the background. While this makes the device more responsive and powerful, can have a big impact on battery life if some intensive operations lurking in the background, sucking the life of your battery. There are many task manager applications available on Android Market, the most popular with Advanced Killer.

Hopefully the above tips useful for you to save battery almost all types of smartphones, so you are not desperate for power to charge your smartphone.

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