Date: 2019-08-17 Author: Grandshine Views: 1896
Firstly, I would like to ask you one question:
When will you charge you phone?
A recent survey about "how much power your phone has left will make you anxiety," a lot of netizens discussed about it. I don’t know there are so many obsessive-compulsive users, until I read these comments…
-"I don't feel safe until my phone’s power is 100 percent."
If the battery is 100% full, some netizens hope that the battery is always full. If it is a bit less, she/he will feel panic. She/He can't wait for the phone to hang on the charger.
- "30 seconds left to shut down! Frantically l looking for a charger"
For patients with procrastination, it is not the last moment that they will not get up and look for a charger to charge
-"Never worry, I don’t care!"
Of course, unflappable Internet users are everywhere, even if the battery is only 1% of the phone can continue to use as usual.
Since so many people are full of panic about the reduction of mobile phone power, how can we keep the power of the mobile phone for a long time? Here are some tips for you to solve it.
1,Reduce screen brightness. The easiest way to conserve battery life while maintaining full function is to reduce the brightness of the screen. For devices that have an organic light emitting diode (OLED) display, you can also use the “light on dark” option for viewing.
2,Turn off the cellular network or limit talk time. The connection to the cellular network uses the global system for mobile communication (GSM) module. The GSM is the most dominant energy-consuming component in a mobile phone, so it is beneficial to turn it off altogether or at least limit call time.
3,Use Wi-Fi, not 4G. With Wi-Fi being up to 40% less power-hungry than 4G for internet browsing, turning off cellular data and using Wi-Fi instead will help your battery life.4,Limit video content. Video processing is one of the most power-consuming operations on a mobile device.
5,Turn on smart battery modes. All modern mobile devices have a smart battery saving mode (for instance, Android has Power Saving Mode and iOS has Low Power Mode). These software features modify central processing unit (CPU) usage for different apps, screen brightness, notifications and various hardware options to reduce energy consumption.
6,Use Airplane mode. This mode typically disables GSM, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and GPS functions on your devices. When turning off all such auxiliary functions, the device will use only up to 5% of its usual energy consumption with the screen off. For comparison, simply having your device in idle can still use more than 15%.
7, Turn off the unwanted keyboard vibration
Turn off the keyboard vibration feedback, etc. This is a relatively power-hungry project. If you feel that it will not help you type faster, it is better to close it.
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