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Battery Myths Busted: Full Charging

A full charge of the battery does not mean it does not have any more battery cells that can be charged.

The Lithium ions inside the lithium cobalt oxide layer are designed by manufacturers ...

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Here’s the truth behind the biggest battery myths

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Charging the phone while it is in aeroplane mode is indeed slightly faster, as all battery-hogging services like Bluetooth, cellular data, phone signal and Wi-Fi are off. The difference is minuscul...

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The phone wastes a lot of battery power trying to find Wi-Fi services and connect with them when Wi-Fi is kept on in the background. 

It is a good idea to keep them off if possible and also r...

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An unofficial charger can be a bad choice for your premium phone as off-brand chargers may not meet the safety standards and could damage the battery.

The charger that came with the phone is ...

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Charging from the laptop is convenient and while the charging is slow, it is actually good for battery life as It puts less strain on the lithium ions.

Fast chargers save some time but may no...

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There is no need to switch off the device to save the battery.

Modern batteries are designed to read their own level of charge at any time, accurately. If the device isn’t being used, the bat...

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Cold weather does not adversely affect the battery, and actually makes it perform well. Exposure to hot weather for prolonged periods is what reduces battery life.

The phone may feel

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Often the device charger is plugged in and kept on without any device. It is thought to waste energy, but the reality is that any modern charger with a brick attached to it has power-saving measure...

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We often think a complete discharge followed by a complete charge would be good for the battery. The truth is that charging when the battery level is at 50 percent will provide the least amount of ...

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Placing the phone on an overnight charge is generally safe in modern devices, but it is not good news for your battery as it is at maximum strain when at 0 and 100 percent.

The battery limits...

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A new battery can give your old phone a few more years of life, and most phone batteries can be replaced at home. Phone makers don’t want you to know this and prefer you keep buying newer devices f...

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