Jun 22, 2009

Want to have a Longer Cell Phone Battery Life

Cell Phones play a very important role in our lives nowadays. If our cell phones should die for even just one day, not only would many of us throw tantrums, but it also can have a huge effect on other aspects of our lives. Cell phones are one of our main source of communication not only with friends & famil, but with business associates as well. In order to make sure that you keep your cell phone alive, the most important thing that you need to do is keep your cell phone battery alive. Here, we will take a much closer look at some of the things that you can do in order to ensure your cell phone battery a long, healthy life.

1. Don't leave your cell phone in the bathroom while showering.
Although many of us are so cell phone obsessed that we can not bear to miss a call while we are in the shower, the truth is that leaving your mobile in the bathroom while you are taking a shower is not a good idea. When the battery is exposed to moisture, it becomes weaker & weaker. Whether you should get out of the shower to answer the phone with wet hands, if you should drop the phone in a puddle on the bathroom floor or even if your phone is exposed to a lot of steam, this is not healthy in the least for your phone. Keep in mind that this also applies to other situations where your battery may be exposed to moisture such as at the swimming pool or talking on the phone in the rain.
2. Don’t charge your cell phone overnight.
Many people opt to charge their cell phones overnight while they are sleeping. However , what they do not realize is tht most cell phones only take about two or three hours for the battery to become completely recharged. You should unplug your mobile when it shows the indicator full, if it is not it’s no good for your phone’s battery life.
3. Don’t charge your cell phone until the battery is low.
If you have five battery bars (shows as indicator) on your cell phone, you should not cahrge your phone when you are at the fourth bar. Instead, you should wait until you only have one or two bars left. The theory behind this is that if your cell phone does not need to be charged yet, why carge it? Some people can go between two to three days before needing to charge their battery, while others can only go few hours. It all depends on how much you use your cell phone, but you should only charge your battery when you need to.
4. Remove the battery when it is not using.
You can remove the battery from your cell phone when it is not using. Keep the battery in safe place.
5. Don’t keep your cell phone near magnets.
This is a totally disaster. Yes, magnets can kill your phone battery. Magnets are using in speakers specially, so beware.

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