How are you all? You are leaving from home and suddenly you have noticed that your phone is giving a low battery warning. Since you have spare 20 minutes, so you plug it into its charger to give the battery a boost. But you wanna charge your phone as faster as possible. So here are some tips to charge your phone faster. Let’s have a look at it.
1. Charge using the right plug and Charger
While Android chargers have a universal fitting, that doesn’t mean they’re all the same. Connecting your charging cable to a laptop is a bad idea if you want to charge your phone quickly. A USB 2.0 port chucks out just 2.5 watts of power, while USB 3 delivers 4.5 watts. Your wall charger will deliver much more, so this is the best bet if you want the speediest charging. Though Xioami and other brand smartphone have same micro USB charger, to charge your phone faster it is recommended to use a charger having the same power rating. Because where Redmi Note 5 Pro charger having 2A charger and you are trying to charge it with a traditional 1A charger it won’t charge your phone faster way. We also don’t recommend using wireless charging if you’re in a hurry. Wireless charging can’t deliver power as well or as quickly as good old-fashioned cables, so it’s best used when you have more time on your hands.
2. Charge in Airplane Mode
The less your phone is trying to do while it’s charging, the more quickly it will recharge. Airplane mode blocks any wireless radios on your device, reducing your phone’s capabilities and therefore stopping it from doing so much. It won’t receive calls or messages while it’s in airplane mode, but it’s worth it to have a device that will stay on for the next few hours.
3. Charge in Power Off Mode
Turning your phone off completely will allow it to recharge even faster than putting it in airplane mode. Again, you might miss out on a few notifications while it is off, but you’ll have to live with that if you want your phone to last until you come home again.
4. Battery Saving Mode
Enable battery saving mode which will monitor background process, turn off sync and reduce the battery consumption by killing the unnecessary background processes and the apps that use a lot of battery charge. To Enable Battery Saver, go to security app and then tap on Battery to Battery saver and Enable it.
5. Turn off Unnecessary Functions
Check to see if you have any unnecessary features on, such as Bluetooth, GPS, Wi-Fi or NFC, which could be using up battery power. Close all your apps and stop your phone from doing automatic backups or updating apps from the Google Play Store.
6. Don’t Use your phone while charging
If you need your phone on and out of airplane mode while it’s charging, because you are expecting an important call, try not to keep using your phone every 30 seconds. Why? Because the screen is the biggest battery drainer of them all.The more you wake your phone, the faster its battery will drain. So try to avoid the urge to check every notification that comes through, leave it to charge, and it will reach the desired level much faster.
7. Buy a Power Bank
This won’t actually charge your phone faster, but it will solve the problem of having a low battery and not enough time to fully charge it. Carry one of these in your pocket and you can charge your phone on-the-go – meaning you don’t have to worry about that last minute dash to pump some juice into it.