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How to charge android phone faster 2018

Enable Airplane mode:
One of the biggest things that drain your battery is the network signal.

The worse your signal, the faster your battery will drain. Unfortunately, if you live in an area with a poor signal, charging your phone takes longer than if you reside in a place with a strong signal.
The quick solution? Or should I say the easy way out?
Put your phone in Airplane mode before you plug it in. Testing suggests it could reduce the amount of time needed for a full charge by as much as 25%.
That’s fast right?
You can surely make your Android device to charge faster if you out your Android device in Airplane.
You might be asking how you can put your phone in airplane mode. To put your phone in airplane mode simply swipe down on the notification bar with two fingers and tap the airplane mode icon. But be sure you turn it off once you’re done charging.
Alternatively, you can just hold down your power button for some seconds and then tap on the airplane icon to turn it off. This might differ in some devices.

Turn Your Android Phone Off
The second step is to turn your cell phone off.
Simple. But often overlooked.
Maybe it may look dull because most people are guilty of using their phones while it’s charging. If your phone is turned off while it’s repowering, it’s going to charge a lot faster. Nothing will be draining the battery while you fill it up.
This is actually one of the best methods that you can use to make your Android phone charge faster.

Ensure charge mode is enabled
Let’s say you are using a PC to charge your Android device. When a USB cable is plugged in, your device will prompt you to choose from many options.
  1. Media sharing
  2. Charge only
  3. ETC
Getting confused?
What I am saying is;
Your Android lets you specify what type of connection to make when you plug in a USB cable.
On the most recent versions of Android, it’s hidden in the developer options menu.
The quick solution? Or should I say the easy way out?
Put your phone in Airplane mode before you plug it in. Testing suggests it could reduce the amount of time needed for a full charge by as much as 25%.
That’s fast right?
You can surely make your Android device to charge faster if you out your Android device in Airplane.
You might be asking how you can put your phone in airplane mode. To put your phone in airplane mode simply swipe down on the notification bar with two fingers and tap the airplane mode icon. But be sure you turn it off once you’re done charging.
Alternatively, you can just hold down your power button for some seconds and then tap on the airplane icon to turn it off. This might differ in some devices.

Turn Your Android Phone Off
The second step is to turn your cell phone off.
Simple. But often overlooked.
Maybe it may look dull because most people are guilty of using their phones while it’s charging. If your phone is turned off while it’s repowering, it’s going to charge a lot faster. Nothing will be draining the battery while you fill it up.
This is actually one of the best methods that you can use to make your Android phone charge faster.

Ensure charge mode is enabled
Let’s say you are using a PC to charge your Android device. When a USB cable is plugged in, your device will prompt you to choose from many options.
  1. Media sharing
  2. Charge only
  3. ETC
Getting confused?
What I am saying is;
Your Android lets you specify what type of connection to make when you plug in a USB cable.
On the most recent versions of Android, it’s hidden in the developer options menu.
To do this head to settings  > about phone  > build number. Quietly tap on the build number seven times. After the fast two processes, your device will give you an on-screen countdown for the number of necessary taps remaining.
Next head to settings > developer options  > select USB configuration. On the list of the option,   Make sure charging is selected.

Try using a wall socket.
Wanna make your Android phone charge faster and you are using a USB port on your computer or the port in your car? Well, using any of these ports leads to a much more inefficient charging experience.
Typically, non-wall sockets charging will usually give you 1A (depending on your device) and this will surely speed up charging Android. There’s nothing wrong with having a lower amperage. It won’t cause any harm to your device, but you’ll definitely be twiddling your thumbs for a lot longer.
So, to make your Android phone charge faster. You should consider this tip.

Close all unused Apps
Let’s say you don’t want to turn on airplane mode or turn on ultra power saving mode. You could close all unused Apps. It also helps in charging Android faster.
Whenever you want to charge Android faster, you need to make sure all unused Apps are closed.

Have a power bank.
If you need to recharge your phone while you are on the go. For example, if you are often out traveling all day. A power bank can be a live saver you know.
Any power bank offers the same amperage output as a wall socket, and in some cases, even more.
I personally use this method to charge my Android phone faster.
But a word of warning, while your phone might charge faster with a two amp output you need to make sure your USB cable can handle the extra power.

Turn On Ultra power saving mode
Most devices have this mode. (especiallySamsung devices).
You could use this method instead of ”turning on airplane mode”. Turning off airplane mode will make seize all network connection on your Android device.

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