This is how to make infinix battery last longer than you expected
Really, no one like phone that doesn’t have a good battery, a smartphone that can browse but don’t have good battery is nonsense.
Battery drain is common on Android phone models more especially for low level Android smartphone users. But excessive Infinix battery drain can be as a result of few things discussed in this guide.
Low level Android smartphone users simply means those that has limited control over their Android phones. They are neither on root, Xpose nor custom ROMs. Advance Android users can manipulate their battery, CPU and control access using some tools like Greenify, CPU Manager, Root manager under Xpose Frameworks
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How to Make Infinix Battery Last Longer
1: Adjust the brightness to lower level
A smartphone display uses up to 40% of the battery.Therefore, having a lower brightness setting is the most consistent style to reduce battery channel on your Infinix device.
2: Disable Sync
Many people activate sync so that they can receive notification from services they use like, Email. Sync might be helpful, however, has the drawback of being a perfect battery drainer. Deactivating sync is another good approach to ensure your battery keeps going longer.
3: Identify what is draining the battery
A few applications are known to be serious battery drainers. You can go to the battery details and see applications that suck the majority of your battery juice. You can then background-disable such applications.
4: Turn off Bluetooth and GPS
Bluetooth and GPS chips need battery juice to function. Having the two of them for quite a while will drain out the battery. Try turning them off when they’re not in use.
5: Activate the Battery Saving Mode
Infinix devices in Kenya come inbuilt with Power saving and ultra-power saving modes. Enable any of the two when you require your battery to last more.
OPTIONAL BATTERY GUIDES
1. Infinix battery overheat even when not using it
There are three instances for your battery to overheat even when they are not on use
The battery is dead
The temperature is excessive for the battery to bear or
The I.C is bad
If the battery is either dead, above normal temperature or charging I.C is bad, then your battery is 70% chance to overheat when not in use.
Your battery will also overheat when in use if
You are using a wrong charger just like we mentioned above
You are using the phone while charging, as a result of clogged CPU, your battery becomes hot
You are either using 3G or 4G band while charging
The quickest way to charge one battery faster is through
Turning your phone off
Turning on Airplane mode
Using the right battery
Sometimes using a fast charge tools or phone fast charge feature.
You can stabilize your device temperature by taking your phone into a freezer. Make sure that the freezer is turned off. Don’t place your phone direct in a freezer, find a plate and place your phone on it with the screen facing upward.
OMINI ABIODUN MICHAEL [a.k.a] BANKEY MILL (BM) is a blogger and the CEO of Aschoolz.com. We Share Education School News of Universities, Polytechnics, Colleges for both Nigeria Schools, Ghana Schools and AmericanEtc like JAMB, Waec, Scholarship, Job opportunity, Learning, Story books and Blog etc