One of the most sensitive parts of today's electronic devices is the battery. Especially people with the latest models of mobile phones complain that the battery "sits" quickly. Our following recommendations are for extending their useful life as much as possible and for proper storage.
First of all, it is advisable for those who buy a new phone or battery to charge it for 10-12 hours after the first 2-3 times of full discharge to ensure good battery performance. Do not forget that charging the battery continuously for more than 24 hours will damage it.
Experts recommend not charging the phone once a month until it turns off automatically to keep the battery in good condition.
After being charged several hundred times, its efficiency will naturally decrease. At this time, buying a new battery will not be without benefits.
Use only batteries compatible with the phone's capabilities.
Turn off the phone before removing the battery to avoid erasing the phone's memory.
Unplug the charger when not in use. Do not leave a fully charged battery connected to a charger. This can reduce its shelf life.
In extremely hot or extremely cold temperatures, battery life may be shortened. Try to use it at a temperature of +15 degrees to +25 degrees.
A battery caught in a fire may explode. If metal objects such as coins, and needles are connected to the "+" and "-" poles of the battery, there is a high probability of a short circuit. Also, it is better not to use damaged chargers and batteries, and to hand them over to special recycling centers rather than to the landfill along with other waste.
Turn off the phone in areas where there is no signal. Because regularly searching for a network drains battery life. If you use your phone during these times, set it to airplane mode.
If you want to use a single power for a longer time, turn off the "vibration" by lowering the volume of incoming calls as much as possible.
Periodically clean the positive and negative terminals of the battery with a cotton swab dipped in alcohol.
It is better to place the phone on heat-absorbing objects while charging. For example, boards, books, metal objects, etc.
mAh is an abbreviated form of milliampere-hour and is a unit of electrical charge. The higher it is, the more the phone can be used.
The screen of phones running on the Android operating system requires a lot of energy. Therefore, if you use an Android phone, reduce the screen brightness as much as possible.