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Simple Ways You Can Make Your Android Phone Last Longer

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Mobile phones over time have nonconsciously become an inseparable part of our daily lives – the ease it brings, the entertainment it offers and the very essence of communication has made them much of a necessity.

The advent of the android phone some 12 years ago heightened the overall use and importance of android phones as it enables people to perform similar operations just like a personal computer though with slight limitations. The ease of use and its fascinating features and capabilities make it much desired same as necessary for all and sundry.

As android phones keep evolving, one of the questions that come to mind is their lifespan. How long will it last and how do I make it last even longer?

Android Phone Lifespan
Indeed, there is no specific timeline for how long one can use an Android phone. It ultimately depends on how well an individual takes care of his phone. Some people are able to use their Android phones for several years before they begin to experience any significant issues, while others may experience problems after only a few months of use. In general, the lifespan of an Android phone can be extended by taking good care of it, such as keeping it protected from physical damage and installing updates to keep the operating system and apps running smoothly.

The lifespan of an Android phone can vary significantly depending on a number of factors, such as the quality of the phone, and how it is used. Some Android phones are built to a high standard and are designed to last for several years, while others may not be as well-constructed and may experience more problems over time. In general, it is important to handle your phone with care to help extend its lifespan.

How To Make An Android phone Last Longer

There are several things one can do to help extend the lifespan of an Android phone:

Protect It From Physical Damage
Use a case or a screen protector to help prevent scratches, dents, and other types of damage to your phone.

Keep It Tidy
Wipe down the phone with a soft, dry cloth to remove dirt and fingerprints. Avoid using abrasive cleaning products or getting the phone wet.

Charge It Properly
It is very important that you avoid overcharging or indiscriminately charging your phone at any slight drop of power. To maintain your extend your phone’s battery life, try to keep the battery level between 20% and 80% as much as possible. This will help extend the overall lifespan of the battery and the phone too.

Install Updates
Keep your phone’s operating system and apps up to date to help improve performance and fix any issues that may arise.

Cautious Use
Avoid using resource-intensive apps or games for extended periods of time, as this can put a strain on the phone’s hardware and battery.

By adhering to these tips, I am most assured that your phone will be around much longer and as well in good working condition for as long as possible.

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