10 Effective Ways To Charge Your Smartphone Faster

By Vijaykumar

Smartphones come with larger display and a powerful graphic processing unit, which are tent to use much battery. Smartphones usually take up hours to completely charge, and it's the worst part when you are in a rush and you see your mobile battery is low. Here are some tips on how you can get your Android phone to charge faster!

Avoid charging your smartphone with universal charger or unbranded charger. For better and faster charging use the charger that is compatible with the smartphone.

For faster charging, always charge the smartphone battery using the wall charger. If your handset just got USB cable, then buy a compatible standard AC adapter for wall outlet.

The USB 3.0 port is the best and fastest way to charge the smartphone. The USB 3.0 port supplies energy at a more-powerful speed up to 900mA than the standard AC wall chargers.

Charging the smartphone with USB hub slows down the process by up to 50 percent.

Desktop uses more power than laptops, so smartphones will be charged faster using USB port on desktop.

Docking stations are not quite as fast as a wall charger, but it will charge comparatively faster.

Smartphone battery will charge up to twice as fast using a charging cord while the car is running.

To get faster charging, turn off Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS and Sync while charging.

Using smartphone while charging will make it even slower to charge. So avoid using the phone while plugged in.

The best and effective way to get your smartphone battery to juice up at the fastest possible is to turn off the device.

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