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Simple Methods For Charging Your Phone To 100% In Minutes.

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What will you do to charge your phone in minutes rather than hours?

Here are some quick and easy ways to charge your phone to 100% in minutes.

  •  Make sure your phone’s charging port is clean before plugging it in for a speedy charge, and that there are no external obstructions. So turn off your phone and use a toothpick to clear any debris or dust from your charging port.

It’s a good idea to send your phone to screening now and then. You won’t have to use a toothpick, which could pose another issue.

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  • Change to Airplane Mode or turn off your phone.

There’s no better way to ensure that your battery retains all of its energies than to turn it off or put it on airplane mode.

Smartphones are programmed to look for good reception or WIFI in your location automatically. Do the two dos to keep this auto search from consuming your battery.

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  • Remove the case

Rubber or plastic phone cases generate extra what for your phone’s battery and internal components, which can damage the battery’s holding capacity as well as the phone’s overall performance.

To fix this, remove your phone case while charging.

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  • Plug Your Phone In A Wall Socket.

When you plug your device into a wall socket rather than an electric extension cord, it charges 40 percent faster.

So, after you’ve cleaned your phone ports, go find a wall outlet and plug your phone in.

  • Only use chargers that have been approved by the manufacturer.

If you want your phone to charge faster, use the charger that came with it when you bought it. Other off-brand manufacturer-approved chargers are available, however, generic chargers will not suffice.

  • Make Use Of A Strong Wall Charger

As previously stated, not every charger will suffice. Off-brands such as Oraimo and HTC Rapid Charge will suffice, but generics will not.

Any original charger that works as well as or better than the one that came with the phone will suffice for this purpose.

  • Get A Powerful Wireless Charger.

If you want to use a wireless charger, make sure it’s a powerful one. The higher the wattage, the faster your phone will charge.

According to the consumer blog Techlicious, standard chargers for iPhones and older Android phones carry one amp of current and create five watts of power. “However, modern rapid chargers with Quick Charge technology offer two amps and 12 watts or more, potentially charging.”

  • Have a Charger That Can Be Taken With You.

Aside from the items given above, you should carry a portable charger so that you can charge your phone while on the road.

Charging your phone to 100% is not a good idea, and draining it to 0% is even worse. The optimal percentage range for keeping your Android or Apple devices is 20% to 80%.

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Yvone Kendi
Yvone Kendi
Writer by heart. Lover of life and technology. Helping you with simple life hacks using technology. Contact me at [email protected]

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