Optimus L9

How to Increase LG Optimus L9 Battery Life

After the debut of L3, L5 and L7, LG Electronics introduces the successor of the L Style Android smart phone featuring 4.7 inches touchscreen display and 1 Ghz dual core processor along with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich pre-installed on the device. With 5 mega pixel camera and VGA front facing camera, the specifications points out that it’s a mid-range smart phone.LG Optimus L9

LG Optimus L9 is supplied with 2150 mAh battery larger capacity that wasn’t seen in any of the L Style phone and not event in the earlier LG phone. Interestingly, understanding the need of powerful battery LG has designed this device but still this battery specifications are just good enough for the device to run it for complete one day or the one and half day of operation which includes few minutes video playback, SMS, few minutes of internet browsing and games playback. The better side of Optimus L9 is that it comes with pre-installed Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich version which is on the lighter side of battery consumption than the earlier version and provides better battery management. But still there are lot many functions on your phone which continuously consumes battery and you run of battery life.

Given the issues of battery life, we provide you some tips on your newly purchase LG Optimus L9 to have a better battery life, follow them here –
LG Optimus L9
Battery Charging Practices
It’s quite important for Optimus L9 users to understand how frequent is he charging the phone. Wrong practices for charging might have greater impact on the overall batteries health & life. LG Optimus L9 battery is supplied with certain number of fixed cycles and understanding that it’s recommended to charge your device in the timely manner. It’s not recommended to over charge or less charge your phone, you should charge it to full 100 % and remove the charger and its charge your device once when the battery is fully out(maybe 10 % or 20 % is remaining). Also make sure that you use the original charger of the device which is supplied with the package content box.

Connectivity Toggle ON/OFF

Most of us connect to Wi Fi or 3G internet access, it’s good to use them and they are the battery drainers as well. They consume considerable amount of battery and it’s recommended that you should turn it off while you are not using it. Options such as Wi Fi, 3G or 4G LTE internet access on your Optimus L9 quickly drains out the battery, so while you are not using them, you should turn it off.

LG Optimus L9 GPS/ Wi Fi tether

While GPS on the Optimus L9 can be helpful for the driving navigation purposes and to know the exact location, this is the highest battery draining component of your phone. Turn it off when you are not using them. Also apart from that, Wi Fi tether is also consumes considerable amount of battery life on your device.

LG Optimus L9 Auto Sync

LG Optimus L9 is designed to stay updated with Facebook notifications, news mails in Gmail and other updates. Optimus L9 automatically check for the synchronization of data, apps and cloud storage apps data sync. Background data sync can be a major battery draining component as well. You should set up auto sync to check the updates every 4 hours or 6 hours although not immediately.

LG Optimus L9 Live Wallpapers

Live wallpapers on your L9 smart phone is one of the continuous battery draining component which also utilizes RAM. We know that it looks good but it consumes continuous battery and we recommended it to never use the live wallpapers. Also recommended is to use the dark color background image.

Brightness Level

One should understand the brightness level of their device. This is one of the basic things to reduce the continuous power consumption. We recommend setting the battery to 10 % of the maximum and this is the best way to save the battery.

Power Saving/ Custom Power Saving Modes

Every Android phone is supplied with power saving modes. On your LG Optimus L9 you will find the power saving mode and custom power saving modes.

Through extensive researches, it’s found and suggests that smart phones should be restarted atleast once in three days or in a week period of time. This provides longer battery life for the device and gets longer life to it.
Functions like camera flash, unwanted apps consume a lot of battery. Use them when you require it.

Following the above tips will certainly improve the battery life on your device.

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  1. Pavan Somu

    September 1, 2012 at 9:20 pm

    While in journey at that time we need to keep the phone in flight mode so that we can save some battery.

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