Sony has been constantly upgrading its product and introducing new devices with new features to attract more user. With launch of Sony Xperia z almost a year ago the phone is still worth buying but after its phenomenal success the new released device under the same series SONY Xperia z3 have gained same attention as its predecessor. With superb features and ultimate battery life this giant beast needs to be tamed you can view unlimited videos for 18 hrs straight, chat with buddies 20hrs, and lots more with just basic use of the device and you can withdraw up-to 36hrs of battery from this giant beast but for some of even this sounds too less and I agree with them. Here I am to help you get the maximum out of your devices.
Extend Sony Xperia Z3 battery life
With 3100mAh battery, Sony Xperia Z3 is one of the largest battery backup but many a times this drain out so easily that you can’t rely on it much longer. Keeping that into consideration and the design feature I will tell you some of the basic ways by which you can expand your device battery by some time also you can use this method for all the devices. The reason behind the battery to be drained so quickly is the use of android and the software’s at the back-end consuming battery for their existence. Many of this application are unwanted and are never required but trust me those help your device consume more battery.
Most of the time the back-end software’s are either pre-installed application or some small app which are either less required or are just used as an ad-don to some other application. To solve this issue you need to root the device so that you can get programmer access and with that you can either add custom rom’s, increase the clock cycle of the processor deactivate an application temporarily. Mind you, root can lapse your warranty. Once you root your devices with any third party root software you have to make sure, you either install link-to-sd or titanium backup two the most downloaded application. What this application will do is allow you to access all the application that are stored in your device even the once that are pre-installed. You can either freeze (preferred) or even uninstall all the application that are listed. Freezing will make sure that those applications will not work at the back-end without your permission and to use them you just have to unfreeze that application.
If this your first Android phone or if you are not sure about the rooting concept and its use then I would prefer that you enable the stamina mode on your device which will do the almost the same job but without your guidance or assistance. You can also make sure that your GPS isn’t active unnecessary your screen display is appropriate and not to high as all this can affect your battery life.