Almost everyone I know believes that after picking their prized smartphone, battery life is the most important feature.
I’m sure that’s true for you also, so ask yourself:
- Is my battery life all it could be?
- Are you doing everything you can to bring out the best in your battery?
- Is my iPhone or Android battery living up to your requirements?
- I know those are tough questions, but they are critically important to answer if you want the most out of your device.
If you honestly don’t know the health of your battery, the next question would be: So what can I do about it?
Here are some vetted ways of checking your battery’s health.
How to Check The Battery Health On Your iPhone or Android…
iPhone users: To see how your phone’s battery is faring, there are quite a few apps out there that will check its status. We found one that is pleasantly simple and free and available in the App Store, that will show you just about everything you need to know about your battery’s health. The logically titled Battery Life app is able to give you a straightforward, no-nonsense display of how much battery capacity you have remaining on your iPhone.
Android users: your phone also stores data about the health of its battery cell. To access it, try entering the code *#*#4636#*#* in your dialer –this should take you to a service menu where battery details are shown. If the code doesn’t work, try Battery by MicroPinch (Download link). It is a simple battery monitoring tool where the health status of your battery is displayed, along with its voltage and temperature.
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Mel with uBreakiFix formerly Fix My Gadget.