Have you ever been in a situation wherein you need to urgently go out, but your phone’s battery is below 20%? I know, it is the most frustrating feeling ever. If also you think of charging your Android device, it may take a while until the full charge. In this article, we’re going to cover all the essential and beneficial steps by which you can boost the charging speed of your Android device. Make sure that you follow the steps with caution to ensure that the charging speeds of your Android device is minimum!
Charging fast not always depends on which phone you have. It depends mainly on the charger which you use to charge the phone. If you use an incorrect or low Amp charger to charge your phone, it may take upto 3-4 hours for a full charge! Make sure you use the default charger which comes with your Android device when you buy it. Also, find a power outlet which is not stacked up with a ton of cables. This will minimize the time taken to charger your Android device.
If you truly are an Android Enthusiast, you may want to not only pick the right hardware for the job, but tweak some settings in the phone’s software itself. Android is a huge development OS, and you can change almost about everything in it. WiFi, when switched on may cause severe battery drain, and may result in slow-charging speeds. Practice the following steps to ensute that your Android device take a little bit of less time to charge:
WiFi : Turning off WiFi while charging significantly boosts the charging speed of your device.
Airplane mode : When turned on, the Airplane mode will not allow any signals to and fro your Android device, meaning it will charge very fast!
Other toggles like GPS, or Bluetooth affect the charging speed of your Android device significantly, so make sure you turn them all.
Switch Your Device Off
If none of the above steps affect your phone’s charging speed, just turn it off. When your Android device is switched off, it will charge the fastest, as it would have no processes to handle!
So, if you ever want to boost the charging speed of your Android device, make sure you turn off all the toggles, and don’t use your phone while charging. This will ensure that it charges at its maximum speed! If you have any queries regarding this article, feel free to leave a comment below! Make sure to follow us on Google + for daily updates!
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