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Tips To Improve Battery Life Of Your Device by flyingdagger(m): 7:55pm On Jul 02, 2020
we know that there are a number of factors that contribute to poor battery life on our Android phone. Thinner bodies, brighter screens, faster processors, more background software, and speedier internet connections all take their toll on phone batteries.

To improve the battery life of your Infinix Note 7 here are some practical tips to make sure you get a little more power time out of each charge.

1. Take Control of Your Location

The most drastic way to improve your phone’s battery life is to shut off the GPS function entirely. In reality, though, that’s not usually practical. Therefore, we instead recommend taking control of how your phone and apps use location.

2. Switch to the Dark Side

You can take advantage of this in many ways. You can begin by applying a dark wallpaper, enabling a system-wide dark theme and enabling the night mode on compatible apps.

3. Turn Off Automatic Wi-Fi

The Infinix Note 7 comes with a feature that continues to look for open Wi-Fi networks even when you’ve disabled Wi-Fi. To turn it off,

open Settings > Network & internet > Wi-Fi. Under Wi-Fi preferences, click to turn off the Option for the Turn on Wi-Fi automatically.

4. Limit Apps Running in the Background

Most apps we use are active even after you exit them. That’s where Android’s app-specific battery tools comes in.

With a simple switch, you can completely restrict an app from accessing the battery in the background.

Go to Settings > Apps & Notifications and there, inside the specific app’s page, tap Advanced > Battery > Background restriction.

5. Manage Background Data Access for Each App

Similarly, you can cut off data access for apps you don’t think should use it in the background. To get to this setting, follow the steps in No.4 above but instead of Battery, select Data Usage.

6. Monitor Misbehaving Apps

Your battery life can take a big hit if an app doesn’t work like it’s supposed to. This could be caused by anything from a bug to a deliberate aggressive background feature. You can check this by heading into Settings > Battery > Menu > Battery Usage to see which apps have drained the most of it and then disable the app.

7. Turn down the screen brightness

A smartphone’s screen is the component that typically uses the most battery. Turning down the screen brightness will save energy. Using Auto Brightness probably saves battery for most people by automatically reducing screen brightness.

To achieve that,

Go to Settings > Locate display and click on it > then tap on Adaptive brightness to activate it.

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