Optimize your device settings
One of the first steps you can take is to adjust your device’s settings to save battery power. Reduce screen brightness, enable power saving mode and turn off unnecessary notifications.
Limit background apps
Applications running in the background consume significant power. Close apps you don’t need and turn off automatic updates.
Avoid extreme temperatures
Extreme temperatures can affect battery life. Avoid leaving your device exposed to very high or very low temperatures.
Limit fast charging
Fast charging may seem convenient, but it causes premature battery wear. Go for slow, steady charging when you can. Also avoid leaving your device charging once the battery is full.
Turn off unused features
Features like Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS, and location services use power even when you’re not using them. Turn these features off when you don’t need them to save battery life.
Constant notifications put a strain on the battery. Reduce the number of notifications you receive by turning off non-essential ones. You can also configure time periods during which you do not receive any notifications.
Perform full charge cycles
From time to time, it is recommended to perform full charge cycles on your device. This means that you must completely discharge the battery before recharging it to 100%. This helps calibrate the battery and prevent premature degradation.