Having a mobile phone is great when you need to talk on the go, but if you have a faulty battery, then you have to carry charger along with you throughout the day.
Many things can go wrong with a phone's battery, from the so-called "memory effect" to plain-old worn out batteries. Some problem can be corrected, but unfortunately, most of the batteries need to be replaced.
To prevent your battery from problems, and to keep your phone's battery from aging too quickly, the best thing to do is to make the most of your charging cycle.
Try and run the battery down as much as possible before plugging it in, and, if possible, unplug it as soon as it has finished charging. You can also reduce strain on your batteries (and thus reduce the number of charge cycles) by toggling settings like screen settings, vibrate function and Bluetooth wireless network connections.
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