Many phone users tend to complain that their device’s batteries discharge quickly. They also typically blame the product manufacturer for this issue, please take note that the manufacturer isn’t always at fault. The way you mange your telephone helps a considerable measure, so i’d jump at the chance to impart to you 5 Horrible Mistake You Make While Charging Your Phone.
1. Keeping Your Phone Case on While Charging
Your smartphone normally emits heat while charging. To avoid exposing your device to ambient temperatures, it’s advisable to remove the phone case while charging, so that the heat emitted from your phone while charging can escape. This way you can prevent your device from becoming hotter and potentially overheating when charging. Charging your battery at uncomfortable temperatures can permanently damage battery capacity. (Try this and thank me later)
2. Charging Your Phone in the Wrong Places
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Always have it in mind that where you charge your phone matters, because not doing so can negatively affect your battery capacity. Phones have a temperature range they can function normally and charging your phone in a hot area can raise the temperature and stress the battery out. Also, charging your phone in especially low temperature areas, like in front of an air conditioner, can also cause problems for your battery, you sure will be thinking the air conditioner will cool your phone and prevent it from high temperature, but sorry it will eventually affect its optimum performance and damage the battery completely.
3. Waiting for the Battery to Reach Low Levels Before Charging
Many smartphone users wait for their phone battery to reach low level before charging, this won’t help. Avoid waiting for your battery to reach a critically low level before charging. The effect of this on your phone battery is not immediate, but over time it begins to manifest and it eventually stresses out your phone battery (yes, batteries get stressed too) and shortens the battery life. Think of your battery as a human body, you really don’t need to wait until you’re about to die before you rest and eat to recharge yourself.
4. Plugging Whatever Charger Fits
This particularly applies to smartphones. Most smartphones use a micro USB for its chargers and for this reasons most people tend to switch and swap chargers since it fits into and works on their phones. Notwithstanding, this is not suitable and over the long haul it can contrarily influence your telephone battery. The fact that most smartphones have the same USB cord doesn’t mean all chargers and phones are compatible. A few chargers work distinctively and that distinction can be unfavorable to your gadget if mind is not taken.
5. Charging Your Phone Overnight
Charging your phone battery overnight will do nothing but cost you a lot in future, because the least you’ll sleep throughout the night is most likely going to be between 5 to 8 hours, if we should count in hours your smartphone battery needs 2 to 3 hours to be fully charged. Charging your phone overnight, constantly stresses your phone battery each night. Sooner than later, your phone is likely to have battery problems. In addition, the temperature rises when the battery is overcharged, so apart from shortening battery life, it can also threaten user’s safety in the event it quickly heats up and explodes. It’s better to charge your phone before you sleep and switch it off while sleeping to preserve the battery till the next day.
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