20 Tips to Make Your Phone Serve Longer

consider this out of the seven point
seven billion people on this planet five billion use a cell phone and still so
many of us don’t know how we can make our gadgets serve us as long as they’re
designed to is it okay to let the battery run completely out should you
ever power your phone down should you take it out of your pocket before doing
laundry well here are some cellphone do’s and don’ts one do turn off
Bluetooth when you aren’t using it this way you’ll block unnecessary and
potentially harmful downloads coming your way and no intruder will manage to
read the data you store in your phone to don’t expose your smartphone to the
elements not only rain snow or any kind of moisture and yeah take it out of your
pocket before doing laundry now cold and heat are just as bad gadgets start
wigging out when the temperature drops below minus 40 degrees Fahrenheit heat
is even worse if your device has been lying in the Sun or somewhere where the
temperature is 113 degrees or higher who it might refuse to work properly even
worse this damage could be permanent three do encrypt all sensitive and
personal information you have on your phone not all devices come with this
feature but if yours does use it if your phone gets stolen or lost nobody will be
able to access personal data stored on your gadget
for don’t use cheap or non original chargers even if it doesn’t do anything
bad to your device the charging won’t be stable and fast plus to produce cheap
charger cables they take a small gauge wire that breaks much more easily than
the manufacturer approved ones five do clean your phone’s charging port and the
charging cable regularly during usage loads of grime and dust gathers on the
charging pins which results in slow charging and a poorer connection if used
carefully a wooden toothpick will effectively remove dirt from the
charging port and to clean the cables pins you can use a damp not soaked q-tip
6 don’t ignore a malware threat it’s a common misconception that viruses are
only dangers for desktops and laptops but smartphone malware can steal your
personal data and even track your location how rude it’s better to avoid
installing any suspicious apps they’re likely to stuff your phone full of
viruses 7 do avoid dropping your smart phone even if it’s in a protective case
you might not see a dented corner or cracks on the screen but you never know
what the fall has done to the phone’s inside if you’re a serial phone driver
any problems you’re having with your device could be because of this 8 don’t
use a spray bottle to spritz your phone directly while cleaning it most smart
phones aren’t waterproof if just a couple of tiny water droplets get inside
the device could be doomed and even if it doesn’t shut down completely some
open parts like the microphone are bound to stop functioning sure plenty of phone
cleaning kits include a spray bottle but you’re supposed to use it to spritz a
microfiber lint-free cloth not your gadget directly
ix do charge your smartphone before its battery drains completely it’s not a
problem if you see a zero charge on the screen once or twice but if it happens
regularly your device is at risk of serving you for a far shorter time than
it could every phone has a certain number of charge cycles that’s when you
charge the gadget to 100% and then run it down to zero if you let the battery
run empty every day it’ll last for no more than 400 to 500 days 10 don’t
install a battery optimizer they only remove apps that are running in the
background and clear your phone’s cache which is part of the devices memory that
stores frequently used information but you can easily do both of these things
on your own and by using a battery optimizer app you’re likely to see
intrusive ads on your screen non-stop wow I just deleted mine you also finding
yourself guilty of these common phone no-goes feel free to fess up down at the
comments and there’s more to come number 11 do keep your homescreen as tidy as
possible I won’t argue that live wallpaper sounds
like fun and who wouldn’t want all their apps just to click away but if your
homescreen is cluttered your phone struggles to load all this stuff in one
place it puts unnecessary stress on the devices hardware which in turn slows it
down and affects its performance 12 don’t cram the memory it won’t do
anything serious to your phone but it’s still better to use an SD card or cloud
storage for some apps and all those photos fill to the brim with data your
smartphone will keep you constantly frustrated with a lack of free memory
space 13 do update the software if your phone suggests it it’ll only make your
device work better by getting rid of any bugs just never download software from
sources you aren’t sure about if your intuition doesn’t let you down and the
source is shady this can make your phone shut down or malfunction or worst case
scenario someone can get hold of your personal data
14 don’t keep your phone in your pants pocket you might forget to put it there
sit down and crush it or throw it in the laundry that and your body heat will
make your battery run out faster than if you put the thing in your bag
remember heats no good 15 do turn your phone off at least once a week after you
do it let the device rest for several minutes
it needs a vacation too and then switch it back on again
it helps your phone work faster and more smoothly prolongs the battery life
empties all the unnecessary stuff from the memory and prevents unexpected
crashes usually when you close an app it doesn’t really get closed it remains in
an in-between state so that the next time you need it you can restart it
faster this is eating your phone’s memory and battery and you can only
solve this problem by restarting your device 16 don’t turn your phone off if
its battery is almost empty and you’re planning on powering it back up and a
half an hour instead of conserving some energy you’ll run the battery down
completely the whole process of turning the device on and off uses way more
power than just switching on airplane mode if you’re only going to use your
phone after a couple of hours or so then do shut it off it’s still the simplest
way to conserve battery 17 don’t forget to clear your phone’s cache I bet you
have some apps that are too important to delete yet you still don’t need them
every day you can remove these apps cache data in the settings this way they
won’t need as much space when you aren’t using them and your smart phone will
work faster after such a clean up 18 do plug your phone in carefully
it’s all too easy to blindly jam the charging cable into the port when you
head to bed but every tiny scratch cut your phone lifespan down because all
those electrical contacts are much more sensitive and delicate than you can
imagine 19 don’t replace your phone’s original
battery with a cheap alternative and if you take your device to a service center
to have the battery replaced always check what they put in during the repair
if the new battery is an original it can not only fail to
work but also shortened your phone’s line 20 do use a screen protector even
if it looks like a useless piece of fragile glass or plastic such a
protector can keep your phone safe after all it’s an additional layer of defense
which will make a world of difference should your device fall in a hard floor
or pavement and that’s all the phony device advice I have for you today hey
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100 thoughts on “20 Tips to Make Your Phone Serve Longer

  1. 1. Turn off Bluetooth when you’re not using it. 2. Don’t use cheap charges. 3. Clean the charging port. 4. Avoid dropping your phone. 5. Don’t use a spray bottle on it directly. 6. Charge the phone before the battery is empty. 7. Don’t use a battery optimizer. 8. Update the software if it’s suggested. 9. Turn off your phone for at least some minutes once a week. 10. Don’t turn off the phone if the battery is empty. 11. Replace the battery with an original one. 12. Use a screen protector.

  2. Hey guys who are reading the comments section I have a tip for you…..

    Skip this video to save your battery😜

  3. I have been using the same mobile for 3 years, i've never used a screen protector, always charging while using it, discharging the battery litterally everyday, stills working perfectly

  4. Bro I never knew this wow omg this is so cool.but almost all this stuff is obvious like don’t drop it.and other stuff is just untrue

  5. Bright side in Indonesia your name is sisi terang and i love the contents of yours thanks for making this great content

  6. I mean 8mins to tell why should turn our phone off… ? Shorter secondary versions of your GRT vids would be so good for many of us to watch em all!

  7. Pressing Home is Minimising the App, its not closing it, to close it you have to press the Apps button either on the left or right next to Home and then either swipe away the Apps or Clear All, you don't have to Switch your Phone Off to Clear them away..

  8. Did you seriously feel the need to say don't put it in the washer & avoid dropping it?

    Besides that I did enjoy the video & appreciate the tips.

  9. Well..i just replaced my phone's old battery with a * not original * one. should i be concered? (i have a Samsung Galaxy J3 6 )

  10. I power my phone off, and power on once per day.
    I also power down the phone and leave it off for a while if my phone is getting hott, to allow for cooling.

  11. Lolol my iPhone is Jailbroken and i run alot tweaks and my battery capacity is 99% after almost a year and i never shut my iPhone off

  12. Can someone help me?? My phone is vivo Y53 theres no app inside my phone (including google app and phone default app) but I always run out of space. But there's no app inside. I always get warned that 92% of the memory has been used. I already clear the cache but nothing happened. Plz someone help me!!

  13. I always have my personal hotspot on my iPhone oop. And I put my apps in color and for the storage one

    Apple makes u buy storage oof 😅

  14. My iPhone battery is 78% and it keeps shutting down
    I’ve been spraying water on my iPhone and nothing ever happened to my iPhone


  15. Someone stepped on my phone's charger and when I plug it on my phone,the charger swings. And what did I do?I said that charger is my sister's one and she didn't notice,then she gave me hers.😋

  16. Hey, I use a uncertified 10 foot long charger cable with an ORIGINAL Apple wall unit while sitting on the couch with my iPad and I HAVE NEVER experienced ANY issues!

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