When you are supposed to leave in like 15 minutes and the battery on your smartphone is in the red. And Surely you don’t have enough time to charge your phone without being late? then use these simple tweaks to Charge your android smartphone to get the most possible juice.
These tips should work for practically anything that charges via USB, including cameras, peripherals, and any other device you might have.
Tips To Charge Your Phone Quickly :
Always use the wall charger
Using your computer or laptop to charge your smartphone is not particularly an efficient way. Almost all laptops and PCs nowadays come with a USB 2.0 port that is only capable of delivering up to 0.5A of power. For comparison, most high-end smartphones now ship with chargers that are capable of delivering up to 2A of power.
Get into airplane mode
The less your phone has to do, the more quickly it’ll recharge – so at the very least, enable airplane mode on your device to speed up charging. Every device is different, but you most likely know how to turn it on and off. Airplane mode blocks any wireless radios on your device, which means you won’t receive any calls, messages, internet access etc, but it’s all worth it when you think you’ll have a device that will still be on for the next few hours.
Don’t use wireless charging
Wireless charging has still not become mainstream, but certain high-end Android devices do come with this feature built-in. While there is no denying the fact that wireless charging is convenient, you should also keep in mind that it is slower than the traditional wired charger. Wireless charging is best suited for situations when you just want to top up your phone’s battery at a leisurely pace.
Turn off unnecessary features
Check to see if you have any unnecessary features on, such as Bluetooth, GPS, Wi-Fi or NFC. Close all your apps and stop your phone from doing any automatic backups or updating apps from the Google Play Store.
Don’t switch it off
One tip that most people tend to know and follow to quickly charge their device, is to switch it off. This reduces the additional battery drain from the modem and other components of the smartphone, which in turn allows the handset to charge faster. While this tip might have been true for phones launched in the early 2000’s, the benefit of following this method with today’s smartphones are almost negligible.
Give these tips a Try ! And most importantly don’t use these tips to charge your phone on daily basis because this will reduce your phone battery life. It is good if you charge your phone normally or steadily for a better battery life. So, only apply this on emergency.
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