What’s the best way to extend battery life on a smartphone without making it useless?
PapaRiver 40 weeks ago
One thing that doesn’t seem to be improving at the same pace as everything else on smartphones is battery life. I’m an android user, and sometimes I struggle to make it through the day. I know that you can turn off various features such as GPS, WiFi, etc. or put the device in airplane mode, but what are the most effective things while still keeping it functioning as a smartphone? If I shut everything off to save battery, that defeats the purpose.
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