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Here are the topics included in this Cellphones PLR:

  1. Battery Charging Do’s and Don’ts (573 words)
  2. Cell Phone Cleaning Tips (488 words)
  3. Cell Phone Repair Tips (590 words)
  4. Cell Phone Theft Protection Tips (658 words)
  5. Do You Need to Insure Your Cell Phone? (687 words)
  6. How to Protect Your Cell Phone from Physical Damage (577 words)
  7. Tips for Preventing Viruses on Your Cell Phone (592 words)
  8. What Is Too Hot or Too Cold for a Cell Phone? (658 words)
  9. What to Do If Your Cell Phone Is Stolen (610 words)
  10. What to Do with an Old Cell Phone (549 words)

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Battery Charging Do's and Don'ts

Many people take their phone battery for granted. But the truth is, you can get a longer life for your battery in terms of daily use and overall lifespan if you follow a few simple do’s and don’ts.

* Don’t Leave Overnight

Overcharging will shorten the life of the battery in the long run.

* Do Use a Quality Charger

Avoid the temptation of cheap chargers, which can harm not just your battery but also your phone.

* Always Use Your Given USB Charger on Your Computer

Don’t try to use other chargers you may have lying around.

* Never Try to Remove the Case while Charging

Take it off before you start charging the phone, in order to allow for air circulation. But don’t fidget with it once you have started the charge.

* Charge the Phone Face Down on a Soft Cloth

This will prevent overheating and protect the screen.

* Don’t Use Fast Chargers Too Often

Fast charging is not healthy for your batteries. Fast charging involves using a higher voltage to charge the battery quickly, but this will cause a very fast rise in temperature. Charge regularly as needed.

* Do Check the Charging Temperature of Your Phone

If it is hot to the touch, press the power button for a few seconds until the display switches off. Complete the charge if you can. Allow your phone device to return to room temperature before powering it up again.

* Avoid Using Third-Party Battery Apps

These are supposed to help you determine the life of your battery. It irony is they can use up a lot of power as they run in the background.

* Don’t Download a Lot of Apps

They eat up memory and battery power.

* Don’t Leave Your Apps Open

Shut down apps when not using them.

* Do Charge Up to at least 80%

This should give you enough power, so you are not always charging the battery up to 100%.

* Don’t Let It Run Down

Don’t let your battery run down below 50% on a regular basis. Having said that, the battery capacity can be increased by allowing it to run down low and then charge up again around once a month.

* Don’t Recharge It Constantly

Constant recharges shorten the lifespan of the battery.

* Don’t Allow the Phone to Lose All Power

This is also bad for the battery.

* Do Protect against Power Surges

If you are plugging your recharger directly into the mains electricity, use a surge protector or similar device to protect against power spikes that could fry your battery.

* Don’t Use the Phone When It Is Charging

This will increase the internal temperature of the phone and shorten battery life.

* Do Charge in a Cool, Dry Area

This will prevent overheating, or any moisture from getting into the phone and playing havoc with its inner workings.

* Do Put in Airplane Mode

This will prevent your battery from running down or overheating, while still giving you access to the basic functions of the phone immediately as compared with turning it off completely.

* Do Get a Car Charger

If you are using your phone as your GPS, make sure you have a charger with you. Even short journeys can bring the battery down to zero, meaning you might have no help in finding your way home again.

These tips will help your battery last longer.


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