Saving the battery life of our devices is such a really important concern for many Android users. We are not just talking about the day-to-day battery saving, but in fact about the improvement of the overall battery performance. We have recently also seen the different useful tips for improving battery performance. Now, here in this article, let us go through the process of checking the Android battery’s health.
How To Check Your Android Battery’s Health
It is a simple method and all you need is a simple application to be downloaded from the Google play store. It is the app called Accubattery.
Just get this application downloaded and installed on your device. Then it will take you through a brief introduction to what it does. The application even has done some kind of research on the battery percentage. It stated that charging the battery up to 80 % can help the phone battery in performing better. You can set the timer to ring and alert you to stop charging your device after 80%. The app recommends you to set the battery alarm at 80% but you can also set it at whichever percentage you want. Then it will perform a quick calibration and you are all set to go.
Then when you start using your device, it will collect information about your phone battery and display statistics in the application.
The application will also show you information regarding how long the battery will last. It will also have details regarding the average battery performance, battery usage per application etc. Accubattery can thus help you in reviewing the performance and the overall android battery’s health.
We hope you find this process and the app simple to use and useful. Try checking the performance of your phone battery using this simple process.