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7 Mind Blowing Smartphone Hacks

  1. Save Battery Life (When It Is Running Low)

When your iPhone battery is running low, turning off the following settings can help make your iPhone last longer. With these off, you can still receive calls, SMS and even go online with EDGE connection.

Settings > Wi-Fi > Off.

Settings > Bluetooth > Off.

Settings > Privacy > Location Services > Off.

Settings > General > Cellular > Enable 3G > Off.

Settings > General > Cellular > Enable LTE > Off.

Settings > Sounds > Vibrate on Ring & Silent > Off.

Settings > Brightness & Wallpaper > Auto-Brightness > Off.

Settings > Mail, Contacts, Calendars > Fetch New Data > Off.

  1. Double up the Charging speed

Although some newer smartphones have a pre-installed quick charge function, there are still some users for whom mobile charging is a problem. Most of us know that charging a smartphone while it is switched off speeds up the battery charging process.

However, you can keep your device on and still get double charging speeds. Just turn your smartphone into airplane mode. It will stop access to the device network and increase the charging speed.

  1. Disable background data for your non-essential apps.

Many apps run in the background, even when you’re not using them. This makes sense for things like e-mail and social media, where you may want to know when you receive a new message or comment, but you really need your games, notes and music players that eat up the battery resources 24 hours a day?

With iOS, you can turn off background data on an app-by-app basis. Go to Settings-> General-> Background app update and select apps to deactivate.

With Android, you can “limit background data” for each app. Go to Settings-> Data Usage. Touch the desired app, then scroll down to limit background data on cellular networks.

  1. Disable app notifications that you don’t really need. 

Stuck by annoying app notifications that keep coming? If you do not already know, these app notifications also consume your phone’s battery. If you want to disable them, and you’re on Jelly Bean 4.1 and later, here’s how. On any of the unwanted notifications in the notification bar, long press on the notification to display a message box. Tap on App Info> Uncheck Show notifications> OK.

  1. Disable cellular data usage for specific apps and features to conserve battery power.

Turn off cellular data usage for certain apps and features you do not need to conserve battery power. Go to the Mobile or Data usage tab under Phone settings and turn off mobile data for specific apps that use lots of data. You can always #latergramare your photos when you have more battery.

  1. Use the DiskUsage app to identify major data hogs.

Like most Android users, you may experience minor space issues when it comes to internal storage space available for apps. The hard task you have to deal with, therefore, is to examine each of your apps and identify the major authors of megabytes. One way to deal with this is an app called DiskUsage. DiskUsage analyzes the location and displays a visual representation of disk usage.

  1. Hack to Save chords from damages

Disconnection in agreements is a common problem for most smartphone users. Headphones, power supply agreements, data cables, OTG cables and other agreements are likely to be damaged during use.

In most cases, the free contact between the wires of the cable is in the terminal part. You can protect the ends by pulling a spring at the ends of the cables.

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