Inspire 4G

How to Increase HTC Inspire 4G Battery Life

HTC Inspire 4GThe giant Smartphone company HTC recently introduced a new Android Smartphone HTC Inspire 4G. The HTC Inspire 4G has a candy bar design. It has dimensions of 122.9 x 68.1 x 11.7 mm and with a weight of 163.9g. The display is a 4.3 inches S – LCD Capacitive touch – screen display with a resolution of 480 x 800 pixels. The HTC Inspire 4G comes with a powerful second generation Qualcomm Snapdragon 1 GHz processor and 768 MB RAM. It has 4 GB internal storage and supports up to 32 GB microSD cards. It comes with Android OS 2.2 Froyo and can be upgraded to Android OS 2.3. The interface is very smooth and easy; thanks to HTC Sense. The HTC Inspire 4G comes with an excellent 8 MP camera with an image capture resolution of 3264 x 2448 pixels. It also has autofocus and LED flash with features like face detection and geo-tagging. The image quality is close to excellent. It can also capture 720p HD videos. It comes with a stereo FM radio with RDS. It plays almost all types of audio and video formats. The supported audio formats are MP3/AAC+/WAV/WMA and the video formats are DivX/Xvid/MP4/H.263/H.264/WMV. For watching a video, the 4.3 inch S-LCD display is simply fantastic for watching movies comfortably. It supports Adobe Flash 10.1, which enables you to play YouTube videos directly within the Android browser. It has 3.5 mm stereo audio jack, so you can also use your personal headphones for great sound quality. The phone has all the basic connectivity options you would expect in any new Android Smartphone. It has EDGE, 3G, HSDPA and HSUPA. It also offers Bluetooth 2.1 with A2DP and EDR and also comes with Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n with DLNA. Micro USB 2.0 connectivity is simply very flexible.

In order to keep your HTC Inspire 4G Smartphone alive for a long working hours you need to work on proper management of battery life.

Here are few tips mentioned below for proper management of battery life.

  • HTC Inspire 4G Smartphone has Wi – Fi  support. When you turn ON the Wi – Fi settings then don’t forget to turn OFF when not in use. Because when Wi – Fi is ON it drains the battery, so try to avoid the frequent use Wi – Fi setting. You can also use a function called Time – out, it is available in advanced Wi – Fi management screen in Android, you can accessed it  by navigating Wi – Fi Settings tab and then pressing the Menu button. From here, you’re able to manually select a timeout option for the Wi – Fi connection. After the given time it will automatically release the internet connection. By doing this you can also save the some amount of battery power. This feature is known as Wi – Fi sleep policy.
  • Avoid keeping brightness level at higher position. Major battery drain problem is the brightness level of the mobile. Maximum the phone brightness level drains the battery faster. So to avoid this major battery drain problem, keep the brightness level as low as viewable ideally.
  • HTC Inspire 4G Smartphone has GPS support. If the GPS is turned ON, it continuously searches for the location. Because of this it drain small amount battery power. By disabling the GPS you can save that small amount of battery power. Only turn ON the GPS when you require. It is recommended to use GPS only when you are outdoors.
  • In Android phones most of the applications have their check for updates setting as ON and they run in the background, which further drains the battery fast. So just disable these types of settings, which use frequent check for updates.
  • Whether or not you have limited applications that automatically check the internet, your HTC Inspire 4G is still active and checking almost all of the time. This is a part of the reason why you may see major battery drain even though the phone was idle for a while.
  • HTC Inspire 4G Smartphone comes with LED Flash light with autofocus facility. Only use the LED Flash when it is necessary. So mostly try to avoid LED Flash function when there is sufficient light available in the surroundings.
  • Use the task killer applications to kill the process which are running in the background. These background applications run silently in the background and give the contribution in wastage of battery power. Or you can make use of manage applications setting under application settings section to force stop the running applications.
  • Bluetooth 2.1 support will help you to transfer your data and stream media. So when you turn ON Bluetooth setting for transferring of data then don’t forget to turn OFF the Bluetooth setting after its usage. Because continuous ON position helps to drain the battery.
  • Try to put the sound level low for incoming call ringtone and other sound alert activity. Maximum sound level uses the more power of battery.
  • If you are not using Google calendar, Gmail and other apps frequently then don’t use sync function. Because sync function consume more amount of battery power. So always ensure that Sync function is turned OFF when not necessary.
  • If you are not using the 3G network availability in your phone then try to switch and use your network in 2G mode. Because the 3G network uses most of power of battery of phones compare to 2G network. Use 3G Network only when you are subscribed on a 3G plan.
  • Try to avoid putting live wallpaper setting on your HTC Inspire 4G. Because live wallpaper settings drain the battery quickly.
  • Always check your battery usage level by installing apps related to battery consumption.

Wi - Fi Sleep Policy
The guide above will definitely help you save considerable amount of battery on your HTC Inspire 4G.



  1. N Gaunt

    June 26, 2012 at 8:45 am

    Seriously, I wish they just made an upgraded battery you could buy!!!! That’s really what they need to do!

  2. Michael

    May 25, 2012 at 2:30 pm

    I like my HTC Inspire 4G and definitely use it more that any of my past iPhones. Problem is I have to keep it plugged in 24/7 to have enough power to work this phone. I hate that my phone feels like the old time cord phone instead of feeling like a “smart” wireless one. Believe me I have tried all the tricks to save power but they don’t work. What’s the use of having all those features if you can have them fully operational at any given moment. HTC Inspire has the right idea but has many more years to perfect the “right’ phone!

    • michele

      July 10, 2012 at 7:33 am


  3. Vernon Go Dallas Stars

    April 24, 2012 at 1:36 am

    The Juice Defender Ultimate is the BEST APPLICATION I have EVER spent any money on. It has made a WORLD of difference in my battery life. Give it a try, you will NOT be sorry you did!

    • Jeff

      June 29, 2012 at 3:50 am

      Wrong. I tried it on my HTC Inspire 4G. Every time my screen goes off, the internet does not work for a full 10 minutes. Any internet tabs I had opened go to “webpage cannot be displayed” and then won’t reload when the connection comes back. Stay away from Juice Defender — it does not work.

  4. Eugenie Muwwakkil

    April 14, 2012 at 6:27 pm

    I just went from the 2g flip phones to this phone, my wife choose an iphone 4.

  5. MacDust

    December 4, 2011 at 8:26 am

    So you’re saying in order to get the battery to last longer, you basically have to turn everything off? What good is that? And remind me why this is better than an iPhone?

    • NeaL Pradeep

      December 4, 2011 at 11:01 am

      not everything needs to be turned Off but only the things which you don’t need can be turned Off!

      • Joel

        April 4, 2012 at 5:46 pm

        But all those functions sound essential to what makes a Droid “smart” if you “don’t use it” and have to restart it when you do, what is the purpose?

  6. Bastich

    August 30, 2011 at 9:59 pm

    Despite all these tricks – my HTC survives barely a day – I’ve even tried Paid apps for cutting down on frivolous apps and background noise that eats up battery!! No use!!

    HTC needs to come up with more powerful babies to enjoy this baby!!
    Right now – I have a ferrari that behaves more like a Volkswagon because thats how Ive forced it to behave by turning off all the goodies!!!

    • Amit Bhawani

      August 30, 2011 at 10:37 pm

      Did you try out the JuiceDefender Application and see if you are able to save a good amount of battery life on your HTC Inspire 4G?

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