Android: how to improve autonomy on smartphone and tablet

Android: how to improve autonomy on smartphone and tablet

Boost Android autonomy: it’s simple and it’s free

Image 1: Android: how to improve autonomy on smartphone and tablet

Electronics Android, and in particular smartphones, suffer more and more from the same evil: the lack of autonomy. But let’s not throw a stone at the Google OS, because smartphones running iOS or Windows Phone also tend to discharge quickly. The fact remains that they keep up the pace a little better, and that we don’t have to recharge them at least once a day. Because this is the problem with Android smartphones: after just a few months, they are less and less autonomous, and you have to recharge them at least once or twice a day. And it’s not the recent updates to Android KitKat that will contradict us. There are more and more users complaining about battery problems with KitKat 4.4.3 and 4.4.4.

Should you change your smartphone at the first sign of weakness?

Image 2: Android: how to improve autonomy on smartphone and tabletIf you want to put an end to all these troubles of autonomy, wait a bit before throwing your device into the dustbin and acquire a brand new one. A few tips are enough to overcome (almost) all ills. Obviously, these tips will not allow you to double or triple the autonomy of the device. But they should avoid you having to charge your smartphone 2 to 3 times a day, as we can read it everywhere on the net. The first precaution to take, which we may not always respect, consists to take care of the device, and especially to keep the smartphone or tablet at room temperature. This means that, like the various components of the device, the battery does not like extreme temperatures. So avoid bringing your device near a strong heat source and, conversely, do not immerse the smartphone in ice or snow. Even if the effects are not immediate, you could risk irreversibly damaging the battery of your phone (as well as the other elements that compose it, in particular the processor). Once this first measure is respected, you are ready to apply some of the recommendations which will follow…