According to Battery University, leaving your phone plugged in when it’s fully charged, like you might overnight, is bad for the battery in the long run.
It keeps the battery in a high-stress, high-tension state, which wears down the chemistry within.
Why is my phone battery dying so fast all of a sudden?
Google services aren’t the only culprits; third-party apps can also get stuck and drain the battery. If your phone keeps killing the battery too fast even after a reboot, check the battery information in Settings. If an app is using the battery too much, Android settings will show it clearly as the offender.
How do I stop my battery from draining so fast?
- Check which apps are draining your battery.
- Uninstall apps.
- Never manually close apps.
- Remove unnecessary widgets from the home screen.
- Turn on Airplane Mode in low-signal areas.
- Go Airplane Mode at bedtime.
- Turn off notifications.
- Don’t let apps wake your screen.
How do I fix a dead phone battery?
Insert the battery into your phone but don’t power on your device. Instead, plug the phone into the proper charger and allow the device to charge for 48 hours. After the device has charged for 48-hours, turn the device on and check the battery power level.
How do I fix my battery drain?
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Is leaving your phone charging overnight bad?
According to Battery University, leaving your phone plugged in when it’s fully charged, like you might overnight, is bad for the battery in the long run. Once your smartphone has reached 100 percent charge, it gets ‘trickle charges’ to keep it at 100 percent while plugged in.
Which app is draining my battery?
Check which apps are draining your battery
In most versions of Android, hit Settings > Device > Battery or Settings > Power > Battery Use to see a list of all apps and how much battery power they’re using.