Learn how to charge your smartphone for the best battery life. Is charging your phone through the night safe? And are third-party accessories hurting your phones battery? Learn the do's and dont's of charging your mobile device.
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You said the battery has so many charge cycles in it . if I let my battery get down to 50% and charging each time and take it off at 80. That allows me 30% of the battery .I would be charging my phone repeatedly each day. Each time I plug my phone in is considered a charge cycle correct? Then again if I plug it in every time it gets down to 50% and pull it off when it's 80% that's a shit ton of charge cycles per day. Maybe I'm just not understanding. unless that's not considered a charge cycle. But I thought a charge cycle was when you charge your phone? Videos a year old if you don't get time to get back to this question I understood thanks for your video
Based on what I read around the internet, a cycle is something from low battery warning(0%-15%)-(100%). 50-80% kinda lessen the stress the battery would take from long hours of charging unlike 15-100.
You're welcome! Just bought my latest phone last December and I had sessions of charging that I've been used to (get low at least 20 then fully charge) for the first week. I wanted to know how to take good care of smartphone batteries wisely especially when it's just newly bought. After weeks of research and applying them carefully in experience, I was really satisfied of the results. 'til today I'm really very strict to how I should charge my phone.
The reason why it is better to let the current battery state to both extreme points is that it wears out the battery faster. By doing so, the lithium batteries we have in our smartphone will only last for 300 to 500 cycles until the battery capacity decreases by 30%. What I'd also like to say is that the battery capacity decrease is inevitable as we use our phone but we can reduce the rate and extend its lifespan.
Jan Slavotínek A normal li-ion batteries will only last for up to 300 to 500 full charge cycles and indeed you are right that every charging session is a charging cycle but partial charging are actually better than doing full discharge/charge cycles (0 to 100). The explanation here is that you try not to let your battery go to "extremes." A battery that is too low is an extreme and a battery having at least 90 or fully charged is also an extreme.
From my experience, this is the worst way to charge your battery. I allow my battery to drop to 10% and then charge it full. I never interrupt that cycle. I intentionally overcharge my phone by an hour or so once every 30 days. I've gotten 3years out of it and have been a heavy user this past year. I know most people charge often and i rarely see their batteries lasting. Also having a lot of apps running in the background deplete battery.
Seriously, the Manual should say how many hours to charge not an explanation of the battery dumbass! We know that its Lithium Ion, its a battery. How many hours is the question? This video doesn't even say the hours of charge, damn it!
I had just received my iPhone 7 plus on Tuesday and this video has helped me greatly as I am wanting to keep this phone for as long as i can. There is only one question I would like to ask you, and that is would the battery be harmed if it goes to the 20% warning that the iPhone notifies you of? Thank you.
but when my teacher is teaching chemistry then I ask questions that we should not charge battery to 100% then he tell that no u should charge your battery 100% because if you do charge and discharge all time the battery life will decrease plz explain.
Nice advice but I have an iPad 3 that still gets 6-8 hours continual use from just completely draining and fully charging. I've also used while charging ( I know that's not the smartest thing to do), I don't think there is any real consensus unless Apple issued what you were reading off. I've watched this full video and have browsed eBay and still it's at 100%.
Thanks for your tips! +1 subcribers, And I have one question, When do I need to charge my smartphone? and when must I discharge it? I usually charge at 50% until 100%, am I wrong? and sorry if there's already in the video because my English was not that good. Thanks 🤗🤗
Well done video! Question: If I begin the charge at 50% then is it important to let it reach 100%? You mentioned keeping it between 50% - 80% is optimal. So is the preferred method to always keep it between that range?
ALL THIS TIME I THOUGHT THAT ONE SHOULD GET THE BATTERY LIFE BELOW 15% BEFORE YOU CHARGE IT OML I WAS REALLY WRONG. AND MY PHONE IS KINDA NEW LIKE A MONTH AGO. I GOT IT TO 0% LIKE 3 OR 4 TIMES I REGRET EVERYTHING KILL ME
Boy have things changed. The trend is to have non-removable batteries not. (Forces people to upgrade) It's more important today to take care of the battery.
I have still have my original Galaxy S, SIII and S4 phones. They make GREAT MP3 players and all features work over Wi-Fi.