Android alert for all users about “Battery Killer” errors that will quickly drain your phone

AN ANDROID holds a charge for about seven hours of screen time, but users can get much more by avoiding a few battery-killing hazards.

More battery might come at the cost of reduced features, but it’s a fair trade.

Get more out of your Android battery by making some key adjustments


Get more out of your Android battery by making some key adjustments


Running wild on some of the factory settings will drain your battery, but they can easily be changed.

The tactile feel of the keyboard, the little jolts of the phone as you type and type, all pull the battery.

A 2017 study of haptic technologies found that during 30 minutes of gaming, haptics alone consume about 1% of the battery.

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Bonus keyboard features might not make or break a day of streaming, messaging, and music playback, but it’s an added feature that most users can live without.

While the study argued that haptics use less battery than commonly thought, you never know when you’ll need that last 1% to call a ride, make a payment, or send a text.

To disable haptics, go to Settings, then tap Accessibility.

Scroll to Interaction Controls and click Vibration and Haptic Strength, then turn off Touch Feedback.

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Disable sensors

According to the Android website, hardware sensors measure “movement, orientation and various environmental conditions”.

However, these can be disabled to conserve the battery required for operation.

“As a best practice, you should always turn off sensors you don’t need, especially when your activity is paused,” explains Android’s blog.

“Failing to do this can drain your battery in just a few hours because some sensors have significant power requirements and can quickly drain battery power.”

Be warned that disabling these sensors could mess up some of your apps, including your camera.

You should go to Settings, then System, then Developer options, then Developer tiles for quick settings, then turn off the sensors.

blocking time

All phones require power to keep the phone lit and ready to use.

If your phone has an extended screen timeout before going to sleep, it will subtly drain the battery.

Asurion phone experts recommend setting the phone idle time between 30 seconds and one minute.

Go to Settings, tap Display, then tap Screen timeout to customize your device.

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Always power your Android device with a manufacturer-approved cable and power adapter.

And if you follow our battery saving and charging guides, you’ll do it less often. Android alert for all users about “Battery Killer” errors that will quickly drain your phone

Chris Barrese

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