The increase in the autonomy of the battery the dream of all owners of mobile devices, including Android smartphones. Many companies are looking for cutting-edge solutions, to the point of not sparing economic efforts on this aspect. Nowadays we can summarize the question on two different strategies: the first consists in putting more powerful batteries, capable of lasting longer; the second concerns the development of quickly rechargeable batteries. Let's focus only on the last one, a sort of trick to get around the problem. There are currently tricks on how speed up the charging of Android smartphones. The aim of this post is to present them in a quick overview.
Turning off the smartphone: the reason for a disconcerting simplicity, as a switched off device recharges before a switched on one. If this is not followed, the battery must keep the smartphone active, which will check the notifications, resort to GPS and search for Wi-Fi. And if you use the terminal while charging, the display will remain bright and the consumer battery will have a lot of energy stored. Of course, the risk of turning off the phone that you may miss a few calls if you really want to avoid calling back or being contacted later, I invite you to disable Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth and data connection.
Charge the phone in a cool place: the ideal environment provides a temperature around 30 degrees. At a not too high temperature, charging takes place faster than in an excessively hot environment. In addition, when charging, remove the cases, especially the fabric ones. Conversely, in a colder environment, the terminal battery tends to drain first. For this reason, the fabric cases guarantee greater autonomy of the terminal during the winter.
Using the mini usb: roughly speaking, most smartphone manufacturers are selling mini usb as a charger connection. Its comfort for all to see. In the event of a break, find the replacement immediately, while those who forget it at home can borrow it or rely on the mini USB cable for computers. Clearly, however, the speed of charging the smartphone is strictly dependent on the charger model. The one that comes out in a calibrated package to ensure the fastest possible refill. By choosing a 2 amp charger (2A) instead of 1 ampere (1A), the higher charging speed (even if not double) and there is no danger.
Using the wall socket and not the USB socket of the PC: what are the reasons that should lead you to this choice? The reason that the wall outlet allows a refill a 1A, exactly twice as many USB 2 that charge the phone up to 0.5A and USB 3 that stop at 0.9A. Choosing the wall socket wastes less time in charging the Android smartphone.
These are all the necessary precautions to be taken into consideration. At the end of this post on how to speed up the charging of Android smartphones, I underline how the second strategy put precisely by the companies is closer to materializing than the first one, as we said at the beginning, the one on the development of better performing batteries, designed to give greater autonomy to the terminal. Timing on the placing on the market of rechargeable batteries in seconds? Not less than two years.
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