How to Maintain Your Mobile Phone Battery

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Don't you just hate it when your mobile phone battery wont even last until you get home? How it goes flat every time you talk, use the camera, listen to a song or browse the internet? It really is very frustrating to have a weak battery that cannot hold much power to last a day with average activity. Reasons for a weak battery are the misuse of the battery and the lack of proper maintenance. The capacity of a mobile phone battery is measured by its standby time and talk time. It is measured in milli-amph hours (mAh). Rechargeable batteries have three main types, Nickel Cadmium (NiCd), Nickel Metal Hydride (NiMH), and Lithium Ion (LiIon). Lithium Ion (LiIon) batteries are what you find in most mobile phones and in order to preserve the battery you might want to follow these steps.

1. You do not need all the sounds. Using heavy mp3 ring tones, keypad tones, vibrating and other chimes together are unnecessary. If you want a ring tone, switch off your vibrating mode. If you are using vibration then turn off mp3 ringtones. Turn down the overall volume of your phone as loud mobiles can be annoying and prone to battery wastage. Remember that vibration mode drains out most of your battery power.<!—moreà
2. There is an option on your phone to reduce the brightness of the screen. Reduce it to about fifty percent. Brightness is one of the main causes for a battery to run down quickly.
3. Turn down the backlight setting. Five seconds of backlight is more than enough.
4. Bluetooth is another major factor that can reduce your battery power considerably. Always keep it turned off when you are not using it. Check for the Bluetooth indicator to make sure, you haven't left it on.
5. Close all application when you are not using them. Exit your internet browser when you do not need it.
6. Make sure to keep your phone in cool and dry conditions. Too much heat or moisture can damage the phone and battery.
7. Once charging is complete unplug it. Do not leave it connected to the power. Even though it is charging no more, it can heat up your battery and decrease the battery life.
8. Replace the battery with a good one when the old one runs out of its effectiveness.
9. Buy a safe mobile phone charger that suits your voltage requirements. You might want to have more than one mobile phone charger, when it is so, buy a reliable and user friendly one.
10. Let your battery fully discharge once every month and fully charge it to keep up the battery health.
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