Yesterday we discussed on how to root your HTC desire 600 and today we’ll be talking of how to identify applications that are draining battery on your Android Phone.
The one common complain by gadget users is their battery life span, be it a laptop or a mobile phone. A friend bought a HTC D5 few months back and his problems was his battery, his battery wasn’t lasting as normal, after lot of investigations I found a solution to his problem.
Do you know that some applications which you installed on your android device might be responsible for your battery drainage? We all know that while running an application on your android device your battery life shortens, but there are some applications that drain your battery morethan necessary.
Let’s see how to identify these apps…
Introducing to you Battery Doctor.
What is Battery Doctor? Battery Doctor is a FREE battery saving app that can extend your battery life up to 50% by finding apps and settings that drain power on your device.
Need To Know More About This App, Lets See
- Disable unnecessary apps that drain your battery!
- Task Killer kills tasks with one click!
- Kill apps when screen is off!
- Accurate battery remaining time!
- Accurate charging remaining time!
- Schedule power saving modes for work/class/sleep and more!
- Unique 3 Stage Charging system!
- Wifi/Data/Bluetooth toggle!
- Brightness control!
- CPU Management (for rooted phones)!
- Battery temperature!
- Charging Tips!
- 15 languages supported!
- Simple easy-to-use interface!
How To Use Battery Doctor
Step 1. I believe you must have downloaded the battery doctor android application, if yes then lunch it.
Step 2. Now click “Rank” at the bottom right of the Home screen of the application.
Step 3. A screen will be displayed showing the list of applications draining your Android phone’s battery. The list starts with the application that consumes more battery.
You can see screenshot below.