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Go into settings on the phone and there should be a category called battery or power saver that will let you change several options that could help save your battery. However if you aren't running any programs than it isn't unusual for the Android OS to be the biggest power consumer on your phone. If your battery is lasting all day then I would say you don't have a problem. Think about it, if he screen isn't on and no programs are running then the OS is going to have a higher PERCENTAGE than anything else.
Most cell phones have relatively cheap batteries these days. For example, my current phone's battery only costs about $30; my previous phone's battery only costed $15. If you're experiencing worse than usual battery life on your phone, it's completely worth it to buy a new battery. I suggest looking on an online store (such as Amazon.com) for batteries rather than buying directly from the manufacturer due to the lower cost.
Smartphones generally have slightly more expensive batteries, but it's still worth it, in my opinion, because you'll always be sure you're getting the full life out of your phone.
Please follow these steps.
- Check the battery with a volt-meter, whether it has at least 3.2 V.
- If its lower than that value - Give a Boost charge (Approx. 5V to the battery terminals)
- Try to switch on the phone with a power supply - if the phone is not starting or dead just consult a technician
- If the phone is restarting, it says it has remaining water drops inside - and the phone is RECOVERABLE.
Here are some tips to increase the performance:
1) Run a lower brightness setting on your screen. Make sure it's not set to automatic.
2) Don't run widgets that update all the time. The more your data connection is running, the more power you use.
3) Make sure screen is turned off when not actually using the phone.
4) If you're in range of WiFi (like at home) use WiFi instead of cell data. It uses less power.
5) Don't have your WiFi, GPS, or Bluetooth on when you're not connected to them. It takes a lot of power for them to continuously search for a connection.
6) Run less background syncing. If you can get away with your email syncing only once every 15 minutes, do that instead of it syncing continuously.
7) Search your phone model on XDA Developers to find additional tips.
8) Last one. Don't run Automatic Task Killers. They often times shut down needed background services which requires a higher CPU load to restart. More CPU load means more battery usage.
In many instances, some phones run a lot of applications in the background unfortunately, in most cases of a fast battery drain, it is due to high screen brightness or a long screen time-out. Try turning down your screen brightness to a lower setting (one which you can still see without straining) and check to see how long your screen turns off. Some phones default to 30 secs or 1 minute. Use a lower setting if possible.
Also, cell phone batteries are lithium batteries. At first use and then on a periodic basis, try draining the battery until the phone will no longer turn on and only then plug your charger in. If you plug the charger in before it is dead the battery will not be used to its fullest capacity. Hope this helps!
Batteries on cell phones will demonstrate a quicker discharge for the following reasons:
1. You are in a coverage area that is weak. This is because your antenna is using more power to pick up an acceptable signal.
2. If your cell phone has a browser or other applications that can run simultaneously or in the background, you might "think" you've exited an application when in fact it's just minimized or hidden. Either try to find the application that's running in the background or restart your phone (pull battery) to clear memory.
Tips: Adjust the screen brightness lower, reduce vibration rings, set timeout or inactivity time lower.
i actually have that kind of phone and even though you will not insert your sim the phone and all in there can be taken away by some one. try to look for an original battery. and before you use the cp be sure to charge it 6 hours continously...no interuption
You should see about getting a new back cover. Try ebay, they run only a few dollars.
It sounds like you battery is coming loose a bit. Without the back cover snapped in tightly, there is a bit of room for movement for the battery. so when you snap it closed, the battery pops up of the contacts. If you know any one else that has a razor, try their cover to make sure.