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Welcome to Device Tech Bytes 8th Vol! In the previous Tech Byte topic, we have learned about Android Custom Roms & Kernels By Me. Today we are going to learn about Battery Care for your Gadgets!. Gadgets like smartphones, tablets, and laptops are powered by rechargeable Lithium-Ion batteries that can gradually lose their capacity to re-charge and hold-charge. However, with good care, you can make the batteries of your gadgets last longer and work better. Here are some tips to take care of your gadget batteries and get the most out of them
The ions in the electrolyte can combine with the anode which releases electrons providing electrical power. This is convenient and affordable.
Reasons why Lithium-Ion Batteries are used:
Always using a fast charger might not be the best thing for your battery’s health. This process involves a higher voltage to be sent to the phone’s battery, which results in a rapid rise in temperature. Whenever possible opt for normal charge cycles by using normal chargers or by tweaking in your phone settings. Some phones have a setting to turn of fast charging. This isn’t meant for Dash Charging, as instead of bumping up the voltage, Dash Charge bumps up the current. Never leave your gadgets exposed to direct sunlight, like leaving them in a car parked outside in hot weather. Prolonged exposure to temperatures higher than 35°C can permanently damage the battery.
Switch to an Energy Efficient Browser
Stop using Chrome
If you spend a lot of time on the internet, you can save your battery life by switching to a “LOW POWER” Browser. Both Microsoft and Opera have been at it for a long time to prove that their browsers consume less power than the other. Thus, you can opt for Microsoft Edge or even Opera with its battery saver settings to extend your battery backup. Some results show, that Chrome consumes a bit more power than the rest of the browsers. Yeah, we know, we know that you all prefer Chrome anytime because of the Ease of Use and Synchronization of History, passwords around all your devices. But if you are doing casual browsing where you don’t need to sync your stuff, you can probably use the power-efficient browsers and thereby save more power.
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