There are many myths present regarding the use of your smartphone, and there are many mistakes too. Some of the common mistakes come from the way you use the phone while charging it. Here is a look at what these mistakes are and how to avoid them.
Charging your battery to the fullest extent the moment you get it from the store
It is a myth that one must charge a smartphone battery fully before using it. When the battery is 40%-80% charged, it works best. This should be the charge when you get it from the store. If it doesn’t show this minimum 40% charge, it means the battery is poor. Take it back to the store and check it out. It is a simple matter to do the iPhone battery repair and it doesn’t cost that much either.
Using a different brand of charger
This is a serious complaint and you would probably be right to avoid using any brand of charger other than the one that is meant for it. But, this doesn’t mean that you must avoid all other chargers. Your smartphone will probably work fine if you use a compatible charger of another brand. Check whether anyone else has done it before and then if you are sure that there were no problems, you can go ahead and use that charger.
Not using your phone while it is charging
The phone charges the same way whether you are using it or not. People are scared to use their phones while it is charging. Yes, there is a good reason for this that if you use the phone while it is raining outside, there is a possibility that the lightning might strike and you will get electrocuted. Dropping your phone and cracking it makes it unusable. Or, can you use it? Actually, you can get it repaired by taking it to a service provider who does cracked iPhone battery repairs.
Not turning off your phone from time to time
There is no harm in shutting down your phone when you are not using it. You will need to reboot it when you use it the next time but that will help enhance the functioning of the phone in most cases.
Not charging your phone overnight
Many people avoid charging their phone overnight for fear that they might ‘overcharge’ the battery. You can charge your phone overnight because it is a ‘smart’ phone right? And so, it knows when to stop charging.
Using task managers to prolong battery life
Third-party task managers do not prolong battery life. In fact, many of them interfere with the normal functioning of the phone. You would be better off not using any task managers.
Not leaving your phone plugged in with your charger
The common practice is to remove the charger after you have finished charging your phone. Actually, it is better to leave it in the wall unless your charger is malfunctioning or you have pets.
Now that you know, you can avoid. Lithium ion batteries last longer than cadmium batteries and avoiding small mistakes will prolong the battery life. You can get the best performance from your phone by paying attention to these small mistakes.