How To make your mobile phone battery last longer in Amharic
First, some background: most smartphones have either a Lithium Ion battery or a Lithium Polymer battery. Both are Lithium Ion though, and as such, do not have a 'memory', which means you don't have to fully charge or discharge them at the beginning, and partial charging is fine throughout their life.
In fact, these types of batteries suffer from low voltage problems, so it's actually better to partially charge them (say, from 20 percent to 90 percent) than to fully charge and fully drain them. Battery care is always open for debate though, so for every accepted tip there will be someone that says it makes no difference. Just find the ones that work for you.
1. Black wallpaper can save battery 2. Doze 3. Use Greenify 4. Don't use adaptive/auto brightness 5. A shorter screen timeout setting saves battery 6. Your phone doesn't have to be smart all the time 7. Turn off vibrate and haptic feedback to save battery 8. Use lock screen notifications 9. Only use original batteries 10. Set your 'Do Not Disturb' or 'sleep' schedule 11. You don't need to be connected 24/7 12. Don't get bogged down by widgets 13. Don't let your apps fall behind the times 14. Explore the battery saving features on your phone 15. Use your basic battery saving mode 16. Don't fall into the auto-sync trap 17. Manually update apps when it's convenient for you 18. Turn off Google hotwords 19. Change your carrier 20. Don't be so mobile obsessed