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You've Been Charging Your Smart Phone Wrongly

Discussion in 'Data Plans' started by schoolhelp, Jan 4, 2018.

  1. schoolhelp

    schoolhelp School Master (HOD) Glaive Established

    You've Been Charging Your Smart Phone Wrongly
    It is unfortunate that alot of us don't know how to keep our phone battery healthy. In fact, you've probably been hastening the death of your phone's battery with your charging habits.

    Charging to 100%? Charging overnight? Fully discharging before plugging in? All these common practices can shorten the usable life of your battery, according to Cadex, a company that offers devices that test smartphone and other batteries.

    This 2018, you should try all you could to extend your device battery life.

    Cadex offers a lot of information about batteries on its
    Battery University website. Among the things it discusses is lithium-ion batteries – the type that powers smartphones.

    It turns out — if you're interested in delaying having to replace your battery or buy a new phone — there are specific percentage charge levels within which you should keep your phone's battery.

    How to Charge Your Phone Battery?

    The best way to charge your phone is a little at a time, whenever you have a chance.

    Just plug it in whenever you can, even if it's for a few minutes, and you'll be fine."Partial charges cause no harm," according to Battery University.
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    >> Don't fully discharge your phone before plugging it in.
    Battery University says that so-called deep discharges – which happen when you use your phone until only a small portion of its battery life is left — wear down batteries.

    >> Try to keep your battery's charge level between 65% and 75%.

    The lithium-ion batteries inside your smartphones will have the longest lifespan if they're kept between 65% and 75% charged at all times.

    It's clearly impractical to always keep your phone charge between those levels, but at least you know what's ideal!

    >> You can keep its charge level between 45% and 75%
    The second best charge range for batteries inside smartphones is between 45% and 75%.

    That's probably a lot more realistic for most people on a day-to-day basis. In fact, you could potentially develop a daily routine to plug in your phone at particular times to keep its charge within those levels.

    >> Never fully charge your battery — and particularly not from a low charge level.

    Charging your phone's battery from a low 25% charge to 100% will reduce its capacity and shorten its lifespan.

    In fact, charging from pretty much any amount to 100% is a bad idea. According to Battery University, lithium-ion batteries do "not need to be fully charged, nor is it desirable to do so. In fact, it is better not to fully charge, because a high voltage stresses the battery" and wears it out in the long run.
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    >>Charging your phone overnight is wrong… Stop It

    Lot of people have debated about charging your phone overnight but if ch arging it to 100%, it will cause a lot of damages to a phone battery lifespan so it should be discourage.

    Source: Business Insider, Battery University and Cardex.
     
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  3. Xexi Adson

    Xexi Adson Enthusiast Established

    Thanks nice instruction
     
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