How to Keep Battery Health 100% Durable

How to Keep Battery Health 100% Durable & Can Battery Health increase – I want to share how to keep the battery health of the cellphone at 100% (at least for the next 2-3 years of use). Because I’m also just learning about this, so let’s start:

but wait, can Battery Health go up? can’t, but if you change the battery you can.

How to Maintain Long Lasting Battery Health

How to Keep Battery Health 100% Durable

1. Charge only up to 80-90%, don’t get full, & start charging again when the battery is 20% (don’t <20% yes)

Maybe you’ve heard that you have to charge 100% and continue to use it until the bus runs out, now that only applies to old cell phone battery types, today’s smartphones use lithium ion batteries, and actually charging it fully and using it until it’s finished lowers the lifespan of the battery!

2. Don’t charge it overnight, don’t charge it to 100% and continue until the morning, because the battery is stressed if it’s exposed to higher voltage & heat builds up over time.

3. Charge slowly. I didn’t do this, but for people who are better at using gadgets, maybe you can consider it. Slow charging is actually charging via a computer/laptop. So the lightning/type c cable is plugged into the computer/laptop to charge the cellphone.

For this one should not be done. In my experience, my battery health drops faster since I frequently charge via laptop. I was developing apps and often plugging and unplugging my phone from my laptop, that’s why

4. Turn off wifi/bluetooth when not in use. Because it saves battery usage, it reduces the life cycle of the battery.

5. Do not often close the application. This I also just found out, it turns out that smartphones have a smart algorithm that regulates the power used by background apps that are currently open, so that when we open and close the application, we will damage the system. And it takes more power when opening new applications than returning to applications that have been opened in the background. Even on Android smartphones there is a background restriction feature where we can limit the use of power by background apps.

6. Brightness down!

7. Use dark mode. It turns out that dark mode can save up power 30-63%. (This applies to smartphones with OLED screens).

Why am I starting to care? Because since entering PPDS, I just feel that the battery health of the cellphone is very important to be maintained at 100% so that it doesn’t bother charging it all the time..

I’ve been using HP ex inter for 3 months and it’s still at 100%.

I really wanted to keep a bra, I looked it up on youtube and the average method was the same as all of the above.

I use MFI charger. Because it gets hot quickly due to fast charging, I usually take the case off and put it in front of the fan

The fast charging feature is also possible, don’t use it too often. If it’s not urgent, it’s better to turn it off.

But there’s also a team that doesn’t want to bother doing all the steps above. My iphone my authority.

I want to be as comfortable & comfortable as I am, I want to enjoy every second with my iPhone.

The problem is when it’s being charged, when it’s cool, I’m still playing. When the bra goes down, just change it.

So it really depends on how you use it. I mean, if the cellphone is intended for heavy work, the battery runs out quickly which will often stick out. But if it’s for something light, it’s 100% durable

It’s been 16 months since I changed the battery, the bra is still 100%… what is usually treated is an average charge at 25% (never below 20%), charge up to 100% (but never overnight charge), use original cable & charger head & the important 3rd party is MFI

I’ve been using HP ex inter for 3 months and it’s still at 100%.

I really wanted to keep a bra, I looked it up on youtube and the average method was the same as all of the above.

I use MFI charger. Because it gets hot quickly due to fast charging, I usually take the case off and put it in front of the fan

Some Ways to Maintain 100% Durable Battery Health

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