When a phone is first purchased, it might only need charging once or twice a day. However, as time passes, users may notice a significant reduction in battery life, requiring two to three charges per day.

This is because, over time, more and more software is installed on the phone, and a constant stream of notifications pours in, leading to a noticeable increase in battery consumption.

Not only does this waste data, but it also quickly depletes the battery. To address this, I'd like to share with you all a simple method of setting up your phone that, with some easy adjustments, can effectively improve its battery life. Let's learn about it together now!

The phone drains battery quickly because this switch is not turned off.

First: Turn Off App Auto-Start

As we use our phones for longer periods, we tend to install more and more apps. However, some of these apps automatically start in the background, consuming battery power and data.

Fortunately, it's quite simple to turn off these apps.

First, we open our phone's settings, then go to 'Apps and Services,' and click on 'App Launch Management.'

On this page, we can view all the various downloaded applications. If an app's switch is turned on, it will automatically start.

For apps we rarely use, we can choose to disable their auto-start function, and also turn off options such as 'Allow Auto-Start,' 'Allow Associated Start,' and 'Allow Background Activity.'

By doing so, apps won't automatically launch, which can reduce battery consumption and data usage.

The benefits of turning off the auto-start function are clear. However, it's also important to note that not all apps are suitable for having their auto-start turned off. Some apps may need to run automatically in the background to provide real-time notifications or other features.

Therefore, before turning off auto-start, we should understand each app's functions and assess its impact on battery life and data consumption.

Second: Lift-to-Wake Feature

Typically, our phones have a lift-to-wake feature that automatically lights up the screen when we touch it, or even upon receiving a text message, without physically moving or touching the screen. Although this is a common state, it consumes a significant amount of battery power, so we need to turn it off.

To disable the lift-to-wake feature, we just need to find the corresponding option in the phone settings. The settings interface is similar across most phones.

First, we need to open the settings menu on our phone. Usually, the icon for this menu is right on the home screen; you can find it by swiping the screen or use the search function to locate the settings menu. After clicking on the settings menu icon, a new interface will open.

Within the settings interface, there are various options to choose from. We need to find an option related to display and brightness, usually labeled as "Display" or "Display & Brightness." Its icon might be a screen or a monitor.

After clicking on this option, you will see various settings related to display and brightness. You need to look for an option related to the lift-to-wake feature, which might be called "Lift to Wake," "Wake Function," or something similar.

Once you've found this option, you will see a switch button. By default, this switch is turned on, indicating that the lift-to-wake feature is enabled. To disable it, simply click on the switch button to turn it off.

By turning off the lift-to-wake feature, you can save a lot of battery life. When the lift-to-wake feature is on, your phone automatically lights up the screen when you touch it or receive a text message, causing more battery consumption. However, once this feature is disabled, the screen won't light up automatically without any action or new message, thus reducing battery usage.

Although the lift-to-wake feature is very convenient for using the phone, turning it off might be a good choice for users who prioritize battery life. We can decide whether to turn off this feature based on personal needs and preferences.

Third: Turn Off Message Notifications

In today's era, smartphones have become one of the essential tools in our lives.

To meet our needs, we often download various applications. However, some apps are overeager to send us push notifications, which not only waste battery and data but also cause unnecessary disturbances.

Firstly, enter the phone's settings interface. On most phones, this can be accessed by clicking on the icon at the top of the screen or by swiping down the screen.

Secondly, within the settings interface, find and click on the "Notifications" option. On some phones, this option might be named "Apps and Notifications" or something similar.

Then, click on the app for which you wish to turn off notifications. After that, you will see a page called "Notification Management," displaying the notification settings for that app.

Lastly, scroll to the bottom of the page and find an option named "Turn Off Notifications." Click it and confirm your choice.

By following these steps, you have successfully turned off the notification function for that app. From now on, the app will no longer send you push notifications, saving battery and data usage and reducing disturbances.

Fourth: Enable Automatic Screen Brightness Adjustment

To protect our eyes and conserve battery life, many people like to set their phone's screen brightness to the highest level. However, we can choose to automatically adjust the screen brightness for a more comfortable visual experience and save battery power. We just need to select "Display & Brightness" in the phone settings, find the auto-adjust option below the brightness progress bar, and turn it on. Once enabled, the phone will automatically adjust the screen brightness based on ambient light sensing. This way, we won't encounter issues with the screen being too dim or too bright when using our phones, and it will also better protect our eyes.

In conclusion:

By turning off these four settings, we can address the problem of our phone's battery draining quickly and not being durable. Everyone can adjust their own phones according to these settings, which will not only save battery life but also data usage. After learning this, you can also share it with family and friends, allowing more people to know and benefit from it. Thank you all very much for your help!