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Join Date: May 2011
Re: How to extend Blackberry Torch battery life
Yeah you can easily raise the battery life of your blackberry Torch phone with following a simple steps but let me tell you that you actually cant extend the torch battery life as according to your requirement or as much as you want. It’s only that there are certain things that you need to take care off while using your Blackberry Torch that might help you in saving the battery of the phone
I do agree this statement. Obviously everyone know that there is no special method from which you can extend any phone’s battery life, only thing you can do is try to save the battery power as much as possible which in turns increases and extends the battery life. Instead of creating a thread about such question if you search it on Google you might find several tips and methods from which you can easily increase your battery life without having any special treatment. Even if you visit Blackberry’s official website I guess you might end up getting several suggestions for the same.
Not a specific method but if you need I can definitely help you with providing certain dos and don’ts that might help you to save and increase your battery life.
- Starting with the charging, always remember that it is better recommended to charge up your Blackberry phone to the fullest, the best method that is preferable and also recommended way for charging is to use wall charger
- Browsing also plays a major role in eating up your battery life so always make sure that you prefer only mobile compatible sites on your blackberry phone and not try to open any site that is not applicable to your mobile.
- Then other than this you can also manage to keep those appeared animation (while browsing on the webpage)to the lower setting, for this what you can do is lower the repeat Animation by going into the General Properties in your Browser. Last and most importantly whenever you are done with your browsing activity make sure that you exit the browser properly (properly means to close it by clicking on the Exit or Esc button and not by simply hitting the call disconnect (red) button)
- Media plays the major role in eating up your battery if you are an entertainment lover. Anyways if you care about your battery always prefer to play the music or video at a low volume, and then you can also go for using a headphone (hope you prefer this anyways). The best thing you can do with media is trying loading or opening it from the Blackberry Desktop Manager and lastly you can keep your equalizer settings switched off.
- If you have a data plan active within your phone then this point is useful and much required for you. Always remember that you turn off all sort of connection that are nowhere in use or if you are completed with its work. Connection like wifi, Bluetooth etc comes under those connection lists. The best thing you can do is set those connections as Automatic Off so that even if you forget to turn off any of the connection they will get automatically disconnected by it.
- Try to avoid long processes and instead you can go with using shortcuts. Java Menus nowhere seems to be doing well.
- I have noticed number of times in several users mobile that if they opens an application then never close it rather they just leave it open running behind the background. Remember that running application are always active and therefore they tends to utilize as much as power that a normal opened application need. It happens without your knowledge so whenever you open any application make sure that you close it properly.