How to Disable Battery Killing Features of Android Phone and Tab

Though the newest smartphones are comes with decent batteries, which last for many hours, sometimes even that isn’t enough. If you want to make your Android phone or tablet last even longer, you should disable battery-killing features of your device, especially when your phone begin to run out of battery.

There are a few things that you can do to keep the battery from draining so quickly. For example, by disabling Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and 3G/4G when you aren’t using it, dimming the screen, switching off GPS and erasing widgets. Besides that, several apps include features that dramatically lower your battery life. Without paying attention to it, your phone’s charge will soon run out.

The simplest way to keep the battery from draining so quickly is by downloading the Battery Booster app from Google Play and setting it up. It lets you quickly disable battery-killing features of your Android phone and tab. It is free and lets you fine-tune your device to make its charge last two to five hours longer.

“Battery Booster is an all-in-one battery boosting and power management tool for both Android smartphone and tablet. It provides the most accurate battery information, keeps track of the recent battery changes, monitors battery-draining processes, and helps you deal with various battery wasting situations at ease”.

The app is simple to use. Once installed, it works in the background and disables some of the most common battery draining features of your device such as Wi-Fi and Bluetooth when not in use, auto sync option in Facebook, etc.

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After installation, run the app. The app will explain how it works and how much battery life it can save while using its features. Just tap “Monitor” button. It’ll show you all things that are draining your battery.

Just scroll through the list and press one of the options that consumes a lot of battery. You’ll now see how much that particular feature or app drains your battery. It provides option to permanently disable the feature, force stop it or you can edit the features settings to tone back on battery usage.

Hope the above information will help you keep your Android phone or tablet’s battery from draining so quickly.

Kannan is a computer and Android enthusiast, a blogger by passion and a tech freak. His always ready-to-help attitude, knowledge and hard work is what drives him.

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