How to Increase Battery Life of Samsung Galaxy Note 3
The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 has a huge 3200 mAh battery which should keep things running smooth for a while but its huge 5.7″ FullHD Super AMOLED display, Snapdragon 800 & Exynos 5 Octa coupled with 3 GB RAM will surely drain all the juice in no time.
Not to mention all the Note 3 features and gestures which are power hungry. But there are a few tips and tricks to increase Galaxy Note 3 battery life.
How to increase Galaxy Note 3 battery life?
Disable unnecessary features & gestures
Even though it has many cool features like Air View and Eye Tracker, most of them are just gimmicks that you will never use and will probably drain the battery.
Turn off WiFi & Bluetooth when not needed
WiFi and especially Bluetooth are known to drain the battery fast when not in use. Turn them on only when you need them and actually use them.
Use WiFi instead of 3G/4G
When you are at your home, be sure to use WiFi instead of 3G/4G as they will drain the battery very quick. The phone uses all its power to find a better reception. Have you ever felt your phone getting hot when using 3G/4G?
Delete unused widgets
You may have some widgets on other pages of your home screen that you may have forgotten and never use them. Even though you don’t use them, they will drain the battery. So make sure to delete every widget that you don’t use.
Enable screen auto brightness
Galaxy Note 3′s biggest battery drainer is its huge 5.7″ FullHD display, especially when it is on full brightness. So it is better to enable auto brightness, as it will dim the screen when you are in dark places.
Close applications that you are not using
After closing an app, pressing the home or back button is not enough. The app will continue to run in the background even though you are not using it. The best way to close it is to hold the home button and swipe away all apps.
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