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How to maintain our mobile phone battery for long term usage?
Many phone users never knew if how long the battery will last. As long as we use it regularly for a day or two,they are satisfied indeed.
* Other phone users preferred to buy mid or low quality batteries cause it is affordable,but the consequences,battery easily drained and immediately turns into low battery level.this can also damage the phone when the voltage is no longer at ease and the phone comes out with a short circuit board.
* Making a call,playing games,listening to music etc. while the phone is on charging.
When we got low battery warning,suddenly we plug the charger to the phone immediately cause we're expecting incoming calls,we might lose the momentum of the game or save the game level if suddenly the phone turns off. The result, phone is getting hot and the battery is deform due to simultaneous current entering the phone.A voltage coming from the battery and a voltage coming from the charger. also may lead into a short circuit problem and affects some parts of the mobile components.
* Overnight charging or charging the phone for a long time.
This might happens when we're using the phone until we almost got asleep at night while the mobile is on charged. Exceeding the voltage requirement of a battery as well as the phone itself may lead into battery discharge,deform structure and also causes short circuit problem.
1. Buy original battery coming from an authorized retail outlets and ask for a warranty for security purpose. Look for the quality seal product to assure that you've got the right product.
2. Follow the manual on the charging procedure when you bought a new battery. Observe the initial charging time and the regular charging time.
3. Never use your phone while on charged. (if it's important, you can do it sometimes but not regularly) make sure the phone is turn off and observe the regular charging time.
Hoping that this simple guide of mine helps.... Good Day!!!
Okay well we need to determine if the problem is a bad battery, a bad charger, or even a faulty phone. Have you tried more than 1 charger? You can use a regular or a car charger and see if it charges past 80%. If you do have another charger and you have the same problem it can be either the battery or the phone not charging it properly. If you determine it isn't the charger you need to try another battery. If you cannot borrow one from someone go to the store and have them test your phone with one of their batteries. After that you will know the problem. And if I had to guess, you probably have a battery that is kinda old and will need replacement.
you tried 2 take out battrys 4 20minutes didnt work reset your phone first take a backup from the phone in the file manager then reset it from the setting or format it or maybe the memory card is the problem try this then if happens again tell me
How many times have you charged it? Or how long have you left it charging regularly? Depending on the phone, the average battery, lasts for about 360 charges, but the longer it's charged after being fully charged, shortens it's life, and if there is not enough power (charging to much or too long) then the phone can't be powered. Also try cleaning out the battery, it should be at the least blown out, or wiped for best performance, if that doesn't work, you will NEED to buy another one.