5 Worst Things You Can Do With Your Phone’s Battery

Are you concerned about why your smartphone battery drains faster and needs more charging in a day? You might be negligible and make some mistakes that can worsen the condition of your battery health. You can make the five most common mistakes with your smartphones that can drastically degrade your battery health. Avoiding these mistakes can help you maintain battery health and prolong its life. 

1. Plugged in With Fully Charged Battery  

Fully Charged Battery


If you are negligible and continue charging your phone after 100%, you’ll damage the battery and reduce its performance. This is particularly true for those who leave their phones on charge overnight.

Charging puts the battery under high stress and overheating. Once the battery reaches 100 percent, you need to give it a break from this high-stress activity.

2. Charging Without Removing Case

Almost every person tends to leave their phones in cases when you want to charge the phones urgently. This traps heat while the battery is charging and leads to overheating. Eventually, overheating results in deportation in the battery, reducing its life. 

Next time you charge your phone in a hurry, make sure the case is off; it will help to extend the battery’s life. 

3. Charging from 0% to 100% 

0%  charge

Lithium-ion batteries fluctuate and become unpredictable when the charge drains too low on percentage. Keep an eye on your battery percentage to prevent them from running out of power, and carry a spare charger along if you need to top up the battery.

4. Constantly Charging for 100% 

If you’re guilty of constantly plugging in your phone and charging it to keep it 100% charged, you’re doing more harm than good. Your phone can run well if the battery level lies between 30 and 80 per cent. So you don’t need to plug in the charger aiming for 100% charging every time. 

5. Using the Wrong Charger 

Wrong Charger 

Batteries come with pre-set charging circuits, so; It’s a good idea to stick to the charger that came with the phone.

These circuits control charging speed, and they are aware of how much charge the battery requires. Switching the charger only worsens things up, and you can end up damaging the battery and reducing its lifespan. 


It’s better to avoid these charging ways that can harm the phone’s battery than replacing your phone with a new one every time. Share this to your friends and family and tell them what they have been doing with their phone charging. Follow carechef on FB, Twitter and Instagram. 

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