Extend the life of yourAndroid battery withBattery saver feature

The mobile device battery is the subject of much
debate. Which device ecosystem offers the best
battery life? Which platform? Which home screen
launcher? Which apps drain the battery the most.
The truth is, smartphones are simply demanding
on batteries. With network connectivity, powerful
screens, and constant use, it should be no wonder
that batteries don’t last more than a day.
With Android, as always, you have options. One
option is geared specifically toward saving your
precious battery when it starts to get low. It’s
called Battery saver and almost every Android
device offers this helpful feature.
Adding this protectorate of your battery is quite
simple. Just do the following:
1. Open Settings
2. Locate and tap Battery
3. Tap the ON/OFF switch until it is in the ON
position
That’s it. Now you have to do a bit of configuration.
Before you do this, you should know the default
settings are pretty good. So just by enabling the
system, your battery life will be extended.
There are some settings you might want to look at.
By tapping the battery saver entry, you’ll see that
you can configure the percentage of remaining
battery that will trigger the Battery Saver feature.
You can also configure what systems to turn off
when the Battery saver is triggered — such as the
screen timeout and brightness. If you’re looking to
squeeze as much life out of your Android battery
as possible, run don’t walk to the Battery saver to
enable this feature that could be the thing that gets
your device through the day!

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