Re: [Mobile.AI] ten tips to boast battery in android

2014-11-12 Thread P. Subramani
Re: [Mobile.AI] ten tips to boast battery in androidI would suggest that 
powerbank with wifi option is much better option.
  - Original Message - 
  From: Mohib Anwar Rafay 
  To: Dedicated AccessIndia list for discussing accessibility of mobile phones 
and Tabs. 
  Sent: Wednesday, November 12, 2014 11:01 AM
  Subject: Re: [Mobile.AI] ten tips to boast battery in android


  I gave a search for power bank. After reading reviews I reached to the
  conclusion that USB chargers by Anker are durable, reliable and having
  a good warrantee period. Its available on flipkart, ebay and amazon
  websites.

  On 11/12/14, Prabhu Kota kota.pra...@gmail.com wrote:
   sir whats your brand?
   I couldnt still find a reliable brand at an offordable prise.
  
  
   On 12/11/2014, Kotian, H P hpkot...@rbi.org.in wrote:
   Hi
   Power bank is an external battery driven charger. It can charge your
   mobile
   and other devices like MP3 players which can be charged by the USB port.
   It
   is portable and is available in varying sizes and power rating. The one
   that
   I am having is cylinderical in shape and looks like a lip stick case.
  
The power bank itself need to be charged up so that in turn can charge
   your
   mobile device.
   You can consider it as a secondary power source when you are on the move.
  
   Someone on the list mentioned that it can be used 2 or 3 times to charge
   the
   mobile. I suppose what he means is that it can be used 3 times before the
   power bank  is charged up again.
  
   Harish Kotian
  
   -Original Message-
   From: Mobile.accessindia
   [mailto:mobile.accessindia-boun...@accessindia.org.in] On Behalf Of Mohib
   Anwar Rafay
   Sent: 11 November 2014 16:43
   To: Dedicated AccessIndia list for discussing accessibility of mobile
   phones
   and Tabs.
   Subject: Re: [Mobile.AI] ten tips to boast battery in android
  
   By Power bank do u mean USB charger?
  
   On 11/11/14, Austin Pinto austinpinto.xavi...@gmail.com wrote:
   oh i also was thinking i could use a usb hub but then thought it may
   harm the device or the power bank
  
   On 11/11/14, Kotian, H P hpkot...@rbi.org.in wrote:
   Hi
   I suppose, you can use USB hub for that. To make it work in a
   meaningful way, you will need a higher rating of the power bank.
  
   Harish Kotian
  
   -Original Message-
   From: Mobile.accessindia
   [mailto:mobile.accessindia-boun...@accessindia.org.in] On Behalf Of
   Austin Pinto
   Sent: 11 November 2014 12:03
   To: Dedicated AccessIndia list for discussing accessibility of mobile
   phones and Tabs.
   Subject: Re: [Mobile.AI] ten tips to boast battery in android
  
   i know this question which i am going to ask is off topic but does
   any1 have any easy to use power bank which can charge 2 devices at
   the same time? 2 phones
  
   On 11/11/14, Kotian, H P hpkot...@rbi.org.in wrote:
   Hi
   All these tips will definitely help in giving more juice from your
   battery.
   However, despite doing all that, if your phone does not see you
   through the day or a reasonable time, then what? It is especially
   more difficult to find a place to charge the phone when your outdoors.
  
   Battery bank is the big saver for that. You get it for various power
   ratings and accordingly it's price varies.
  
   It is almost a must accessory for all smart phones.
  
   Even if you get into a situation you have to charge your phone
   outdoors, it makes more sense charging your power bank rather
   exposing your expensive phone
  
   Power banks are easily available at any mobile phone stores and are
   also available online.
  
   Harish Kotian
  
   -Original Message-
   From: Mobile.accessindia
   [mailto:mobile.accessindia-boun...@accessindia.org.in] On Behalf Of
   Asudani, Rajesh
   Sent: 11 November 2014 11:15
   To: Dedicated AccessIndia list for discussing accessibility of
   mobile phones and Tabs.
   Subject: [Mobile.AI] ten tips to boast battery in android
  
   10 tips to boost your Android phone's battery
   2014-11-10 13:07:29.0 Techradar
  
   [cid:image024.jpg@01CFFDA0.BFA526A0]
   Battery life still tops the complaint charts for smartphone owners
   tired of the daily charging routine. Even though smartphone
   batteries are growing bigger with every passing year, we're not
   seeing a huge benefit because our Android devices are demanding more
   and more out of them.
  
   No one really wants to be told that the most obvious route to
   increased battery life is to use your phone less or worse: turn off
   some of the features that enticed you to buy it in the first place.
   So, we've pulled together a list of 10 simple ways to increase the
   battery life of your Android smartphone.
   Use power saving mode
   2014-11-10 13:07:25.0
  
   [cid:image025.jpg@01CFFDA0.BFA526A0]
   Most Android device manufacturers have added some form of
   power-saving mode in their smartphones. You can automatically hobble
   your phone's

Re: [Mobile.AI] ten tips to boast battery in android

2014-11-11 Thread Kotian, H P
Hi
I suppose, you can use USB hub for that. To make it work in a meaningful way, 
you will need a higher rating of the power bank.

Harish Kotian

-Original Message-
From: Mobile.accessindia [mailto:mobile.accessindia-boun...@accessindia.org.in] 
On Behalf Of Austin Pinto
Sent: 11 November 2014 12:03
To: Dedicated AccessIndia list for discussing accessibility of mobile phones 
and Tabs.
Subject: Re: [Mobile.AI] ten tips to boast battery in android

i know this question which i am going to ask is off topic but does
any1 have any easy to use power bank which can charge 2 devices at the same 
time? 2 phones

On 11/11/14, Kotian, H P hpkot...@rbi.org.in wrote:
 Hi
 All these tips will definitely help in giving more juice from your battery.
 However, despite doing all that, if your phone does not see you
 through the day or a reasonable time, then what? It is especially more
 difficult to find a place to charge the phone when your outdoors.

 Battery bank is the big saver for that. You get it for various power
 ratings and accordingly it's price varies.

 It is almost a must accessory for all smart phones.

 Even if you get into a situation you have to charge your phone
 outdoors, it makes more sense charging your power bank rather exposing
 your expensive phone

 Power banks are easily available at any mobile phone stores and are
 also available online.

 Harish Kotian

 -Original Message-
 From: Mobile.accessindia
 [mailto:mobile.accessindia-boun...@accessindia.org.in] On Behalf Of
 Asudani, Rajesh
 Sent: 11 November 2014 11:15
 To: Dedicated AccessIndia list for discussing accessibility of mobile
 phones and Tabs.
 Subject: [Mobile.AI] ten tips to boast battery in android

 10 tips to boost your Android phone's battery
 2014-11-10 13:07:29.0 Techradar

 [cid:image024.jpg@01CFFDA0.BFA526A0]
 Battery life still tops the complaint charts for smartphone owners
 tired of the daily charging routine. Even though smartphone batteries
 are growing bigger with every passing year, we're not seeing a huge
 benefit because our Android devices are demanding more and more out of them.

 No one really wants to be told that the most obvious route to
 increased battery life is to use your phone less or worse: turn off
 some of the features that enticed you to buy it in the first place.
 So, we've pulled together a list of 10 simple ways to increase the
 battery life of your Android smartphone.
 Use power saving mode
 2014-11-10 13:07:25.0

 [cid:image025.jpg@01CFFDA0.BFA526A0]
 Most Android device manufacturers have added some form of power-saving
 mode in their smartphones. You can automatically hobble your phone's
 features or shut down specific apps when the battery dwindles below a
 predetermined level.

 Stock Android only offers battery stats for now, but Android Lollipop
 has a battery saver option built in (which means most phones running
 Android 5 will too in the future). If you can't find a power saving
 option, check out an app like Juice Defender.
 Automate your phone
 2014-11-10 13:08:13.0

 [cid:image026.jpg@01CFFDA0.BFA526A0]
 You don't need your phone syncing away through the night, so why not
 introduce a bedtime routine that automatically silences it and kills
 your data and Wi-Fi connections? With apps like AutomateIt and Tasker,
 you can also automatically turn things on and off based on triggers
 and rules you define.
 Uninstall or disable apps
 2014-11-10 13:07:48.0

 [cid:image027.jpg@01CFFDA0.BFA526A0]
 Delve into Settings  Apps and flick over to the 'All' tab to find a
 complete list of your apps. Anything in the list that you don't use is
 a candidate for the uninstall pile. In their infinite wisdom,
 manufacturers sometimes block you from uninstalling their apps, but
 you usually have the option to disable them instead, and it's worth doing.
 Hibernate or freeze apps
 2014-11-10 13:08:01.0

 [cid:image028.jpg@01CFFDA0.BFA526A0]
 You may also consider installing Greenify to get a good look at what
 is running and automatically hibernate apps that you aren't using, so
 they aren't eating system resources unless you start them up.

 You'll need to root your device to really take full advantage, which
 is simple enough but will take a little time to manage if you're new
 to the process. If you do decide to root then you may also consider
 Titanium Backup Pro for freezing unwanted apps.
 Streamline your home screen
 2014-11-10 13:07:18.0

 [cid:image029.jpg@01CFFDA0.BFA526A0]
 The busier your home screen, the more battery life it's going to suck.
 Get rid of widgets that you don't need, and consider reducing refresh rates.
 Animation costs power, so ditch the live wallpapers.

 If you have a phone with an AMOLED display (such as nearly all of the
 high end Samsung Galaxy models or the new Moto X), then use a dark
 background for the home screen and a dark theme in general. The
 technology achieves deep blacks by not lighting up those pixels and so
 dark backgrounds can save you some

Re: [Mobile.AI] ten tips to boast battery in android

2014-11-11 Thread Austin Pinto
oh i also was thinking i could use a usb hub but then thought it may
harm the device or the power bank

On 11/11/14, Kotian, H P hpkot...@rbi.org.in wrote:
 Hi
 I suppose, you can use USB hub for that. To make it work in a meaningful
 way, you will need a higher rating of the power bank.

 Harish Kotian

 -Original Message-
 From: Mobile.accessindia
 [mailto:mobile.accessindia-boun...@accessindia.org.in] On Behalf Of Austin
 Pinto
 Sent: 11 November 2014 12:03
 To: Dedicated AccessIndia list for discussing accessibility of mobile phones
 and Tabs.
 Subject: Re: [Mobile.AI] ten tips to boast battery in android

 i know this question which i am going to ask is off topic but does
 any1 have any easy to use power bank which can charge 2 devices at the same
 time? 2 phones

 On 11/11/14, Kotian, H P hpkot...@rbi.org.in wrote:
 Hi
 All these tips will definitely help in giving more juice from your
 battery.
 However, despite doing all that, if your phone does not see you
 through the day or a reasonable time, then what? It is especially more
 difficult to find a place to charge the phone when your outdoors.

 Battery bank is the big saver for that. You get it for various power
 ratings and accordingly it's price varies.

 It is almost a must accessory for all smart phones.

 Even if you get into a situation you have to charge your phone
 outdoors, it makes more sense charging your power bank rather exposing
 your expensive phone

 Power banks are easily available at any mobile phone stores and are
 also available online.

 Harish Kotian

 -Original Message-
 From: Mobile.accessindia
 [mailto:mobile.accessindia-boun...@accessindia.org.in] On Behalf Of
 Asudani, Rajesh
 Sent: 11 November 2014 11:15
 To: Dedicated AccessIndia list for discussing accessibility of mobile
 phones and Tabs.
 Subject: [Mobile.AI] ten tips to boast battery in android

 10 tips to boost your Android phone's battery
 2014-11-10 13:07:29.0 Techradar

 [cid:image024.jpg@01CFFDA0.BFA526A0]
 Battery life still tops the complaint charts for smartphone owners
 tired of the daily charging routine. Even though smartphone batteries
 are growing bigger with every passing year, we're not seeing a huge
 benefit because our Android devices are demanding more and more out of
 them.

 No one really wants to be told that the most obvious route to
 increased battery life is to use your phone less or worse: turn off
 some of the features that enticed you to buy it in the first place.
 So, we've pulled together a list of 10 simple ways to increase the
 battery life of your Android smartphone.
 Use power saving mode
 2014-11-10 13:07:25.0

 [cid:image025.jpg@01CFFDA0.BFA526A0]
 Most Android device manufacturers have added some form of power-saving
 mode in their smartphones. You can automatically hobble your phone's
 features or shut down specific apps when the battery dwindles below a
 predetermined level.

 Stock Android only offers battery stats for now, but Android Lollipop
 has a battery saver option built in (which means most phones running
 Android 5 will too in the future). If you can't find a power saving
 option, check out an app like Juice Defender.
 Automate your phone
 2014-11-10 13:08:13.0

 [cid:image026.jpg@01CFFDA0.BFA526A0]
 You don't need your phone syncing away through the night, so why not
 introduce a bedtime routine that automatically silences it and kills
 your data and Wi-Fi connections? With apps like AutomateIt and Tasker,
 you can also automatically turn things on and off based on triggers
 and rules you define.
 Uninstall or disable apps
 2014-11-10 13:07:48.0

 [cid:image027.jpg@01CFFDA0.BFA526A0]
 Delve into Settings  Apps and flick over to the 'All' tab to find a
 complete list of your apps. Anything in the list that you don't use is
 a candidate for the uninstall pile. In their infinite wisdom,
 manufacturers sometimes block you from uninstalling their apps, but
 you usually have the option to disable them instead, and it's worth
 doing.
 Hibernate or freeze apps
 2014-11-10 13:08:01.0

 [cid:image028.jpg@01CFFDA0.BFA526A0]
 You may also consider installing Greenify to get a good look at what
 is running and automatically hibernate apps that you aren't using, so
 they aren't eating system resources unless you start them up.

 You'll need to root your device to really take full advantage, which
 is simple enough but will take a little time to manage if you're new
 to the process. If you do decide to root then you may also consider
 Titanium Backup Pro for freezing unwanted apps.
 Streamline your home screen
 2014-11-10 13:07:18.0

 [cid:image029.jpg@01CFFDA0.BFA526A0]
 The busier your home screen, the more battery life it's going to suck.
 Get rid of widgets that you don't need, and consider reducing refresh
 rates.
 Animation costs power, so ditch the live wallpapers.

 If you have a phone with an AMOLED display (such as nearly all of the
 high end Samsung Galaxy models or the new Moto X), then use a dark

Re: [Mobile.AI] ten tips to boast battery in android

2014-11-11 Thread Mohib Anwar Rafay
By Power bank do u mean USB charger?

On 11/11/14, Austin Pinto austinpinto.xavi...@gmail.com wrote:
 oh i also was thinking i could use a usb hub but then thought it may
 harm the device or the power bank

 On 11/11/14, Kotian, H P hpkot...@rbi.org.in wrote:
 Hi
 I suppose, you can use USB hub for that. To make it work in a meaningful
 way, you will need a higher rating of the power bank.

 Harish Kotian

 -Original Message-
 From: Mobile.accessindia
 [mailto:mobile.accessindia-boun...@accessindia.org.in] On Behalf Of
 Austin
 Pinto
 Sent: 11 November 2014 12:03
 To: Dedicated AccessIndia list for discussing accessibility of mobile
 phones
 and Tabs.
 Subject: Re: [Mobile.AI] ten tips to boast battery in android

 i know this question which i am going to ask is off topic but does
 any1 have any easy to use power bank which can charge 2 devices at the
 same
 time? 2 phones

 On 11/11/14, Kotian, H P hpkot...@rbi.org.in wrote:
 Hi
 All these tips will definitely help in giving more juice from your
 battery.
 However, despite doing all that, if your phone does not see you
 through the day or a reasonable time, then what? It is especially more
 difficult to find a place to charge the phone when your outdoors.

 Battery bank is the big saver for that. You get it for various power
 ratings and accordingly it's price varies.

 It is almost a must accessory for all smart phones.

 Even if you get into a situation you have to charge your phone
 outdoors, it makes more sense charging your power bank rather exposing
 your expensive phone

 Power banks are easily available at any mobile phone stores and are
 also available online.

 Harish Kotian

 -Original Message-
 From: Mobile.accessindia
 [mailto:mobile.accessindia-boun...@accessindia.org.in] On Behalf Of
 Asudani, Rajesh
 Sent: 11 November 2014 11:15
 To: Dedicated AccessIndia list for discussing accessibility of mobile
 phones and Tabs.
 Subject: [Mobile.AI] ten tips to boast battery in android

 10 tips to boost your Android phone's battery
 2014-11-10 13:07:29.0 Techradar

 [cid:image024.jpg@01CFFDA0.BFA526A0]
 Battery life still tops the complaint charts for smartphone owners
 tired of the daily charging routine. Even though smartphone batteries
 are growing bigger with every passing year, we're not seeing a huge
 benefit because our Android devices are demanding more and more out of
 them.

 No one really wants to be told that the most obvious route to
 increased battery life is to use your phone less or worse: turn off
 some of the features that enticed you to buy it in the first place.
 So, we've pulled together a list of 10 simple ways to increase the
 battery life of your Android smartphone.
 Use power saving mode
 2014-11-10 13:07:25.0

 [cid:image025.jpg@01CFFDA0.BFA526A0]
 Most Android device manufacturers have added some form of power-saving
 mode in their smartphones. You can automatically hobble your phone's
 features or shut down specific apps when the battery dwindles below a
 predetermined level.

 Stock Android only offers battery stats for now, but Android Lollipop
 has a battery saver option built in (which means most phones running
 Android 5 will too in the future). If you can't find a power saving
 option, check out an app like Juice Defender.
 Automate your phone
 2014-11-10 13:08:13.0

 [cid:image026.jpg@01CFFDA0.BFA526A0]
 You don't need your phone syncing away through the night, so why not
 introduce a bedtime routine that automatically silences it and kills
 your data and Wi-Fi connections? With apps like AutomateIt and Tasker,
 you can also automatically turn things on and off based on triggers
 and rules you define.
 Uninstall or disable apps
 2014-11-10 13:07:48.0

 [cid:image027.jpg@01CFFDA0.BFA526A0]
 Delve into Settings  Apps and flick over to the 'All' tab to find a
 complete list of your apps. Anything in the list that you don't use is
 a candidate for the uninstall pile. In their infinite wisdom,
 manufacturers sometimes block you from uninstalling their apps, but
 you usually have the option to disable them instead, and it's worth
 doing.
 Hibernate or freeze apps
 2014-11-10 13:08:01.0

 [cid:image028.jpg@01CFFDA0.BFA526A0]
 You may also consider installing Greenify to get a good look at what
 is running and automatically hibernate apps that you aren't using, so
 they aren't eating system resources unless you start them up.

 You'll need to root your device to really take full advantage, which
 is simple enough but will take a little time to manage if you're new
 to the process. If you do decide to root then you may also consider
 Titanium Backup Pro for freezing unwanted apps.
 Streamline your home screen
 2014-11-10 13:07:18.0

 [cid:image029.jpg@01CFFDA0.BFA526A0]
 The busier your home screen, the more battery life it's going to suck.
 Get rid of widgets that you don't need, and consider reducing refresh
 rates.
 Animation costs power, so ditch the live wallpapers.

 If you have a phone with an AMOLED

Re: [Mobile.AI] ten tips to boast battery in android

2014-11-11 Thread Kotian, H P
Hi
Power bank is an external battery driven charger. It can charge your mobile and 
other devices like MP3 players which can be charged by the USB port. It is 
portable and is available in varying sizes and power rating. The one that I am 
having is cylinderical in shape and looks like a lip stick case.

 The power bank itself need to be charged up so that in turn can charge your 
mobile device.
You can consider it as a secondary power source when you are on the move.

Someone on the list mentioned that it can be used 2 or 3 times to charge the 
mobile. I suppose what he means is that it can be used 3 times before the power 
bank  is charged up again.

Harish Kotian

-Original Message-
From: Mobile.accessindia [mailto:mobile.accessindia-boun...@accessindia.org.in] 
On Behalf Of Mohib Anwar Rafay
Sent: 11 November 2014 16:43
To: Dedicated AccessIndia list for discussing accessibility of mobile phones 
and Tabs.
Subject: Re: [Mobile.AI] ten tips to boast battery in android

By Power bank do u mean USB charger?

On 11/11/14, Austin Pinto austinpinto.xavi...@gmail.com wrote:
 oh i also was thinking i could use a usb hub but then thought it may
 harm the device or the power bank

 On 11/11/14, Kotian, H P hpkot...@rbi.org.in wrote:
 Hi
 I suppose, you can use USB hub for that. To make it work in a
 meaningful way, you will need a higher rating of the power bank.

 Harish Kotian

 -Original Message-
 From: Mobile.accessindia
 [mailto:mobile.accessindia-boun...@accessindia.org.in] On Behalf Of
 Austin Pinto
 Sent: 11 November 2014 12:03
 To: Dedicated AccessIndia list for discussing accessibility of mobile
 phones and Tabs.
 Subject: Re: [Mobile.AI] ten tips to boast battery in android

 i know this question which i am going to ask is off topic but does
 any1 have any easy to use power bank which can charge 2 devices at
 the same time? 2 phones

 On 11/11/14, Kotian, H P hpkot...@rbi.org.in wrote:
 Hi
 All these tips will definitely help in giving more juice from your
 battery.
 However, despite doing all that, if your phone does not see you
 through the day or a reasonable time, then what? It is especially
 more difficult to find a place to charge the phone when your outdoors.

 Battery bank is the big saver for that. You get it for various power
 ratings and accordingly it's price varies.

 It is almost a must accessory for all smart phones.

 Even if you get into a situation you have to charge your phone
 outdoors, it makes more sense charging your power bank rather
 exposing your expensive phone

 Power banks are easily available at any mobile phone stores and are
 also available online.

 Harish Kotian

 -Original Message-
 From: Mobile.accessindia
 [mailto:mobile.accessindia-boun...@accessindia.org.in] On Behalf Of
 Asudani, Rajesh
 Sent: 11 November 2014 11:15
 To: Dedicated AccessIndia list for discussing accessibility of
 mobile phones and Tabs.
 Subject: [Mobile.AI] ten tips to boast battery in android

 10 tips to boost your Android phone's battery
 2014-11-10 13:07:29.0 Techradar

 [cid:image024.jpg@01CFFDA0.BFA526A0]
 Battery life still tops the complaint charts for smartphone owners
 tired of the daily charging routine. Even though smartphone
 batteries are growing bigger with every passing year, we're not
 seeing a huge benefit because our Android devices are demanding more
 and more out of them.

 No one really wants to be told that the most obvious route to
 increased battery life is to use your phone less or worse: turn off
 some of the features that enticed you to buy it in the first place.
 So, we've pulled together a list of 10 simple ways to increase the
 battery life of your Android smartphone.
 Use power saving mode
 2014-11-10 13:07:25.0

 [cid:image025.jpg@01CFFDA0.BFA526A0]
 Most Android device manufacturers have added some form of
 power-saving mode in their smartphones. You can automatically hobble
 your phone's features or shut down specific apps when the battery
 dwindles below a predetermined level.

 Stock Android only offers battery stats for now, but Android
 Lollipop has a battery saver option built in (which means most
 phones running Android 5 will too in the future). If you can't find
 a power saving option, check out an app like Juice Defender.
 Automate your phone
 2014-11-10 13:08:13.0

 [cid:image026.jpg@01CFFDA0.BFA526A0]
 You don't need your phone syncing away through the night, so why not
 introduce a bedtime routine that automatically silences it and kills
 your data and Wi-Fi connections? With apps like AutomateIt and
 Tasker, you can also automatically turn things on and off based on
 triggers and rules you define.
 Uninstall or disable apps
 2014-11-10 13:07:48.0

 [cid:image027.jpg@01CFFDA0.BFA526A0]
 Delve into Settings  Apps and flick over to the 'All' tab to find a
 complete list of your apps. Anything in the list that you don't use
 is a candidate for the uninstall pile. In their infinite wisdom,
 manufacturers sometimes block you

Re: [Mobile.AI] ten tips to boast battery in android

2014-11-11 Thread Prabhu Kota
sir whats your brand?
I couldnt still find a reliable brand at an offordable prise.


On 12/11/2014, Kotian, H P hpkot...@rbi.org.in wrote:
 Hi
 Power bank is an external battery driven charger. It can charge your mobile
 and other devices like MP3 players which can be charged by the USB port. It
 is portable and is available in varying sizes and power rating. The one that
 I am having is cylinderical in shape and looks like a lip stick case.

  The power bank itself need to be charged up so that in turn can charge your
 mobile device.
 You can consider it as a secondary power source when you are on the move.

 Someone on the list mentioned that it can be used 2 or 3 times to charge the
 mobile. I suppose what he means is that it can be used 3 times before the
 power bank  is charged up again.

 Harish Kotian

 -Original Message-
 From: Mobile.accessindia
 [mailto:mobile.accessindia-boun...@accessindia.org.in] On Behalf Of Mohib
 Anwar Rafay
 Sent: 11 November 2014 16:43
 To: Dedicated AccessIndia list for discussing accessibility of mobile phones
 and Tabs.
 Subject: Re: [Mobile.AI] ten tips to boast battery in android

 By Power bank do u mean USB charger?

 On 11/11/14, Austin Pinto austinpinto.xavi...@gmail.com wrote:
 oh i also was thinking i could use a usb hub but then thought it may
 harm the device or the power bank

 On 11/11/14, Kotian, H P hpkot...@rbi.org.in wrote:
 Hi
 I suppose, you can use USB hub for that. To make it work in a
 meaningful way, you will need a higher rating of the power bank.

 Harish Kotian

 -Original Message-
 From: Mobile.accessindia
 [mailto:mobile.accessindia-boun...@accessindia.org.in] On Behalf Of
 Austin Pinto
 Sent: 11 November 2014 12:03
 To: Dedicated AccessIndia list for discussing accessibility of mobile
 phones and Tabs.
 Subject: Re: [Mobile.AI] ten tips to boast battery in android

 i know this question which i am going to ask is off topic but does
 any1 have any easy to use power bank which can charge 2 devices at
 the same time? 2 phones

 On 11/11/14, Kotian, H P hpkot...@rbi.org.in wrote:
 Hi
 All these tips will definitely help in giving more juice from your
 battery.
 However, despite doing all that, if your phone does not see you
 through the day or a reasonable time, then what? It is especially
 more difficult to find a place to charge the phone when your outdoors.

 Battery bank is the big saver for that. You get it for various power
 ratings and accordingly it's price varies.

 It is almost a must accessory for all smart phones.

 Even if you get into a situation you have to charge your phone
 outdoors, it makes more sense charging your power bank rather
 exposing your expensive phone

 Power banks are easily available at any mobile phone stores and are
 also available online.

 Harish Kotian

 -Original Message-
 From: Mobile.accessindia
 [mailto:mobile.accessindia-boun...@accessindia.org.in] On Behalf Of
 Asudani, Rajesh
 Sent: 11 November 2014 11:15
 To: Dedicated AccessIndia list for discussing accessibility of
 mobile phones and Tabs.
 Subject: [Mobile.AI] ten tips to boast battery in android

 10 tips to boost your Android phone's battery
 2014-11-10 13:07:29.0 Techradar

 [cid:image024.jpg@01CFFDA0.BFA526A0]
 Battery life still tops the complaint charts for smartphone owners
 tired of the daily charging routine. Even though smartphone
 batteries are growing bigger with every passing year, we're not
 seeing a huge benefit because our Android devices are demanding more
 and more out of them.

 No one really wants to be told that the most obvious route to
 increased battery life is to use your phone less or worse: turn off
 some of the features that enticed you to buy it in the first place.
 So, we've pulled together a list of 10 simple ways to increase the
 battery life of your Android smartphone.
 Use power saving mode
 2014-11-10 13:07:25.0

 [cid:image025.jpg@01CFFDA0.BFA526A0]
 Most Android device manufacturers have added some form of
 power-saving mode in their smartphones. You can automatically hobble
 your phone's features or shut down specific apps when the battery
 dwindles below a predetermined level.

 Stock Android only offers battery stats for now, but Android
 Lollipop has a battery saver option built in (which means most
 phones running Android 5 will too in the future). If you can't find
 a power saving option, check out an app like Juice Defender.
 Automate your phone
 2014-11-10 13:08:13.0

 [cid:image026.jpg@01CFFDA0.BFA526A0]
 You don't need your phone syncing away through the night, so why not
 introduce a bedtime routine that automatically silences it and kills
 your data and Wi-Fi connections? With apps like AutomateIt and
 Tasker, you can also automatically turn things on and off based on
 triggers and rules you define.
 Uninstall or disable apps
 2014-11-10 13:07:48.0

 [cid:image027.jpg@01CFFDA0.BFA526A0]
 Delve into Settings  Apps and flick over to the 'All' tab to find a
 complete list

Re: [Mobile.AI] ten tips to boast battery in android

2014-11-11 Thread Mohib Anwar Rafay
I gave a search for power bank. After reading reviews I reached to the
conclusion that USB chargers by Anker are durable, reliable and having
a good warrantee period. Its available on flipkart, ebay and amazon
websites.

On 11/12/14, Prabhu Kota kota.pra...@gmail.com wrote:
 sir whats your brand?
 I couldnt still find a reliable brand at an offordable prise.


 On 12/11/2014, Kotian, H P hpkot...@rbi.org.in wrote:
 Hi
 Power bank is an external battery driven charger. It can charge your
 mobile
 and other devices like MP3 players which can be charged by the USB port.
 It
 is portable and is available in varying sizes and power rating. The one
 that
 I am having is cylinderical in shape and looks like a lip stick case.

  The power bank itself need to be charged up so that in turn can charge
 your
 mobile device.
 You can consider it as a secondary power source when you are on the move.

 Someone on the list mentioned that it can be used 2 or 3 times to charge
 the
 mobile. I suppose what he means is that it can be used 3 times before the
 power bank  is charged up again.

 Harish Kotian

 -Original Message-
 From: Mobile.accessindia
 [mailto:mobile.accessindia-boun...@accessindia.org.in] On Behalf Of Mohib
 Anwar Rafay
 Sent: 11 November 2014 16:43
 To: Dedicated AccessIndia list for discussing accessibility of mobile
 phones
 and Tabs.
 Subject: Re: [Mobile.AI] ten tips to boast battery in android

 By Power bank do u mean USB charger?

 On 11/11/14, Austin Pinto austinpinto.xavi...@gmail.com wrote:
 oh i also was thinking i could use a usb hub but then thought it may
 harm the device or the power bank

 On 11/11/14, Kotian, H P hpkot...@rbi.org.in wrote:
 Hi
 I suppose, you can use USB hub for that. To make it work in a
 meaningful way, you will need a higher rating of the power bank.

 Harish Kotian

 -Original Message-
 From: Mobile.accessindia
 [mailto:mobile.accessindia-boun...@accessindia.org.in] On Behalf Of
 Austin Pinto
 Sent: 11 November 2014 12:03
 To: Dedicated AccessIndia list for discussing accessibility of mobile
 phones and Tabs.
 Subject: Re: [Mobile.AI] ten tips to boast battery in android

 i know this question which i am going to ask is off topic but does
 any1 have any easy to use power bank which can charge 2 devices at
 the same time? 2 phones

 On 11/11/14, Kotian, H P hpkot...@rbi.org.in wrote:
 Hi
 All these tips will definitely help in giving more juice from your
 battery.
 However, despite doing all that, if your phone does not see you
 through the day or a reasonable time, then what? It is especially
 more difficult to find a place to charge the phone when your outdoors.

 Battery bank is the big saver for that. You get it for various power
 ratings and accordingly it's price varies.

 It is almost a must accessory for all smart phones.

 Even if you get into a situation you have to charge your phone
 outdoors, it makes more sense charging your power bank rather
 exposing your expensive phone

 Power banks are easily available at any mobile phone stores and are
 also available online.

 Harish Kotian

 -Original Message-
 From: Mobile.accessindia
 [mailto:mobile.accessindia-boun...@accessindia.org.in] On Behalf Of
 Asudani, Rajesh
 Sent: 11 November 2014 11:15
 To: Dedicated AccessIndia list for discussing accessibility of
 mobile phones and Tabs.
 Subject: [Mobile.AI] ten tips to boast battery in android

 10 tips to boost your Android phone's battery
 2014-11-10 13:07:29.0 Techradar

 [cid:image024.jpg@01CFFDA0.BFA526A0]
 Battery life still tops the complaint charts for smartphone owners
 tired of the daily charging routine. Even though smartphone
 batteries are growing bigger with every passing year, we're not
 seeing a huge benefit because our Android devices are demanding more
 and more out of them.

 No one really wants to be told that the most obvious route to
 increased battery life is to use your phone less or worse: turn off
 some of the features that enticed you to buy it in the first place.
 So, we've pulled together a list of 10 simple ways to increase the
 battery life of your Android smartphone.
 Use power saving mode
 2014-11-10 13:07:25.0

 [cid:image025.jpg@01CFFDA0.BFA526A0]
 Most Android device manufacturers have added some form of
 power-saving mode in their smartphones. You can automatically hobble
 your phone's features or shut down specific apps when the battery
 dwindles below a predetermined level.

 Stock Android only offers battery stats for now, but Android
 Lollipop has a battery saver option built in (which means most
 phones running Android 5 will too in the future). If you can't find
 a power saving option, check out an app like Juice Defender.
 Automate your phone
 2014-11-10 13:08:13.0

 [cid:image026.jpg@01CFFDA0.BFA526A0]
 You don't need your phone syncing away through the night, so why not
 introduce a bedtime routine that automatically silences it and kills
 your data and Wi-Fi connections? With apps like

Re: [Mobile.AI] ten tips to boast battery in android

2014-11-10 Thread Kotian, H P
Hi
All these tips will definitely help in giving more juice from your battery. 
However, despite doing all that, if your phone does not see you through the day 
or a reasonable time, then what? It is especially more difficult to find a 
place to charge the phone when your outdoors.

Battery bank is the big saver for that. You get it for various power ratings 
and accordingly it's price varies.

It is almost a must accessory for all smart phones.

Even if you get into a situation you have to charge your phone outdoors, it 
makes more sense charging your power bank rather exposing your expensive phone 

Power banks are easily available at any mobile phone stores and are also 
available online.

Harish Kotian

-Original Message-
From: Mobile.accessindia [mailto:mobile.accessindia-boun...@accessindia.org.in] 
On Behalf Of Asudani, Rajesh
Sent: 11 November 2014 11:15
To: Dedicated AccessIndia list for discussing accessibility of mobile phones 
and Tabs. 
Subject: [Mobile.AI] ten tips to boast battery in android

10 tips to boost your Android phone's battery
2014-11-10 13:07:29.0 Techradar

[cid:image024.jpg@01CFFDA0.BFA526A0]
Battery life still tops the complaint charts for smartphone owners tired of the 
daily charging routine. Even though smartphone batteries are growing bigger 
with every passing year, we're not seeing a huge benefit because our Android 
devices are demanding more and more out of them.

No one really wants to be told that the most obvious route to increased battery 
life is to use your phone less or worse: turn off some of the features that 
enticed you to buy it in the first place. So, we've pulled together a list of 
10 simple ways to increase the battery life of your Android smartphone.
Use power saving mode
2014-11-10 13:07:25.0

[cid:image025.jpg@01CFFDA0.BFA526A0]
Most Android device manufacturers have added some form of power-saving mode in 
their smartphones. You can automatically hobble your phone's features or shut 
down specific apps when the battery dwindles below a predetermined level.

Stock Android only offers battery stats for now, but Android Lollipop has a 
battery saver option built in (which means most phones running Android 5 will 
too in the future). If you can't find a power saving option, check out an app 
like Juice Defender.
Automate your phone
2014-11-10 13:08:13.0

[cid:image026.jpg@01CFFDA0.BFA526A0]
You don't need your phone syncing away through the night, so why not introduce 
a bedtime routine that automatically silences it and kills your data and Wi-Fi 
connections? With apps like AutomateIt and Tasker, you can also automatically 
turn things on and off based on triggers and rules you define.
Uninstall or disable apps
2014-11-10 13:07:48.0

[cid:image027.jpg@01CFFDA0.BFA526A0]
Delve into Settings  Apps and flick over to the 'All' tab to find a complete 
list of your apps. Anything in the list that you don't use is a candidate for 
the uninstall pile. In their infinite wisdom, manufacturers sometimes block you 
from uninstalling their apps, but you usually have the option to disable them 
instead, and it's worth doing.
Hibernate or freeze apps
2014-11-10 13:08:01.0

[cid:image028.jpg@01CFFDA0.BFA526A0]
You may also consider installing Greenify to get a good look at what is running 
and automatically hibernate apps that you aren't using, so they aren't eating 
system resources unless you start them up.

You'll need to root your device to really take full advantage, which is simple 
enough but will take a little time to manage if you're new to the process. If 
you do decide to root then you may also consider Titanium Backup Pro for 
freezing unwanted apps.
Streamline your home screen
2014-11-10 13:07:18.0

[cid:image029.jpg@01CFFDA0.BFA526A0]
The busier your home screen, the more battery life it's going to suck. Get rid 
of widgets that you don't need, and consider reducing refresh rates. Animation 
costs power, so ditch the live wallpapers.

If you have a phone with an AMOLED display (such as nearly all of the high end 
Samsung Galaxy models or the new Moto X), then use a dark background for the 
home screen and a dark theme in general. The technology achieves deep blacks by 
not lighting up those pixels and so dark backgrounds can save you some power.
Tweak display settings
2014-11-10 13:08:07.0

[cid:image030.jpg@01CFFDA0.BFA526A0]
Your screen brightness is going to have a big impact on your battery. Don't 
rely on auto-brightness because it will generally be set higher than you really 
need. Reduce brightness manually and keep it as low as is comfortable. You can 
always pull down the notification shade and tweak it quickly via the quick 
settings when you have to.

You should also reduce the screen time out in display settings under sleep. The 
faster your Android device fades to black when not in use, the more power 
you'll save.
Turn off vibrations
2014-11-10 13:07:41.0

[cid:image031.jpg@01CFFDA0.BFA526A0]
When it comes to Android phones and 

Re: [Mobile.AI] ten tips to boast battery in android

2014-11-10 Thread Austin Pinto
i know this question which i am going to ask is off topic but does
any1 have any easy to use power bank which can charge 2 devices at the
same time? 2 phones

On 11/11/14, Kotian, H P hpkot...@rbi.org.in wrote:
 Hi
 All these tips will definitely help in giving more juice from your battery.
 However, despite doing all that, if your phone does not see you through the
 day or a reasonable time, then what? It is especially more difficult to find
 a place to charge the phone when your outdoors.

 Battery bank is the big saver for that. You get it for various power ratings
 and accordingly it's price varies.

 It is almost a must accessory for all smart phones.

 Even if you get into a situation you have to charge your phone outdoors, it
 makes more sense charging your power bank rather exposing your expensive
 phone

 Power banks are easily available at any mobile phone stores and are also
 available online.

 Harish Kotian

 -Original Message-
 From: Mobile.accessindia
 [mailto:mobile.accessindia-boun...@accessindia.org.in] On Behalf Of Asudani,
 Rajesh
 Sent: 11 November 2014 11:15
 To: Dedicated AccessIndia list for discussing accessibility of mobile phones
 and Tabs.
 Subject: [Mobile.AI] ten tips to boast battery in android

 10 tips to boost your Android phone's battery
 2014-11-10 13:07:29.0 Techradar

 [cid:image024.jpg@01CFFDA0.BFA526A0]
 Battery life still tops the complaint charts for smartphone owners tired of
 the daily charging routine. Even though smartphone batteries are growing
 bigger with every passing year, we're not seeing a huge benefit because our
 Android devices are demanding more and more out of them.

 No one really wants to be told that the most obvious route to increased
 battery life is to use your phone less or worse: turn off some of the
 features that enticed you to buy it in the first place. So, we've pulled
 together a list of 10 simple ways to increase the battery life of your
 Android smartphone.
 Use power saving mode
 2014-11-10 13:07:25.0

 [cid:image025.jpg@01CFFDA0.BFA526A0]
 Most Android device manufacturers have added some form of power-saving mode
 in their smartphones. You can automatically hobble your phone's features or
 shut down specific apps when the battery dwindles below a predetermined
 level.

 Stock Android only offers battery stats for now, but Android Lollipop has a
 battery saver option built in (which means most phones running Android 5
 will too in the future). If you can't find a power saving option, check out
 an app like Juice Defender.
 Automate your phone
 2014-11-10 13:08:13.0

 [cid:image026.jpg@01CFFDA0.BFA526A0]
 You don't need your phone syncing away through the night, so why not
 introduce a bedtime routine that automatically silences it and kills your
 data and Wi-Fi connections? With apps like AutomateIt and Tasker, you can
 also automatically turn things on and off based on triggers and rules you
 define.
 Uninstall or disable apps
 2014-11-10 13:07:48.0

 [cid:image027.jpg@01CFFDA0.BFA526A0]
 Delve into Settings  Apps and flick over to the 'All' tab to find a
 complete list of your apps. Anything in the list that you don't use is a
 candidate for the uninstall pile. In their infinite wisdom, manufacturers
 sometimes block you from uninstalling their apps, but you usually have the
 option to disable them instead, and it's worth doing.
 Hibernate or freeze apps
 2014-11-10 13:08:01.0

 [cid:image028.jpg@01CFFDA0.BFA526A0]
 You may also consider installing Greenify to get a good look at what is
 running and automatically hibernate apps that you aren't using, so they
 aren't eating system resources unless you start them up.

 You'll need to root your device to really take full advantage, which is
 simple enough but will take a little time to manage if you're new to the
 process. If you do decide to root then you may also consider Titanium Backup
 Pro for freezing unwanted apps.
 Streamline your home screen
 2014-11-10 13:07:18.0

 [cid:image029.jpg@01CFFDA0.BFA526A0]
 The busier your home screen, the more battery life it's going to suck. Get
 rid of widgets that you don't need, and consider reducing refresh rates.
 Animation costs power, so ditch the live wallpapers.

 If you have a phone with an AMOLED display (such as nearly all of the high
 end Samsung Galaxy models or the new Moto X), then use a dark background for
 the home screen and a dark theme in general. The technology achieves deep
 blacks by not lighting up those pixels and so dark backgrounds can save you
 some power.
 Tweak display settings
 2014-11-10 13:08:07.0

 [cid:image030.jpg@01CFFDA0.BFA526A0]
 Your screen brightness is going to have a big impact on your battery. Don't
 rely on auto-brightness because it will generally be set higher than you
 really need. Reduce brightness manually and keep it as low as is
 comfortable. You can always pull down the notification shade and tweak it
 quickly via the quick settings when you have to.

 You should also reduce the 

Re: [Mobile.AI] ten tips to boast battery in android

2014-11-10 Thread Asudani, Rajesh
I believe setting brightness levels to even zero does not discomfort sighted, 
of course not us!!


With thanks and regards


(Rajesh Asudani)

Assistant General Manager
Market Intelligence Unit
Reserve Bank of India
Nagpur

Tel.: 0712 2806358
(In youth you want things, and then in middle-age you want to want them.)


-Original Message-
From: Mobile.accessindia [mailto:mobile.accessindia-boun...@accessindia.org.in] 
On Behalf Of Asudani, Rajesh
Sent: Tuesday, November 11, 2014 11:15 AM
To: Dedicated AccessIndia list for discussing accessibility of mobile phones 
and Tabs. 
Subject: [Mobile.AI] ten tips to boast battery in android

10 tips to boost your Android phone's battery
2014-11-10 13:07:29.0 Techradar

[cid:image024.jpg@01CFFDA0.BFA526A0]
Battery life still tops the complaint charts for smartphone owners tired of the 
daily charging routine. Even though smartphone batteries are growing bigger 
with every passing year, we're not seeing a huge benefit because our Android 
devices are demanding more and more out of them.

No one really wants to be told that the most obvious route to increased battery 
life is to use your phone less or worse: turn off some of the features that 
enticed you to buy it in the first place. So, we've pulled together a list of 
10 simple ways to increase the battery life of your Android smartphone.
Use power saving mode
2014-11-10 13:07:25.0

[cid:image025.jpg@01CFFDA0.BFA526A0]
Most Android device manufacturers have added some form of power-saving mode in 
their smartphones. You can automatically hobble your phone's features or shut 
down specific apps when the battery dwindles below a predetermined level.

Stock Android only offers battery stats for now, but Android Lollipop has a 
battery saver option built in (which means most phones running Android 5 will 
too in the future). If you can't find a power saving option, check out an app 
like Juice Defender.
Automate your phone
2014-11-10 13:08:13.0

[cid:image026.jpg@01CFFDA0.BFA526A0]
You don't need your phone syncing away through the night, so why not introduce 
a bedtime routine that automatically silences it and kills your data and Wi-Fi 
connections? With apps like AutomateIt and Tasker, you can also automatically 
turn things on and off based on triggers and rules you define.
Uninstall or disable apps
2014-11-10 13:07:48.0

[cid:image027.jpg@01CFFDA0.BFA526A0]
Delve into Settings  Apps and flick over to the 'All' tab to find a complete 
list of your apps. Anything in the list that you don't use is a candidate for 
the uninstall pile. In their infinite wisdom, manufacturers sometimes block you 
from uninstalling their apps, but you usually have the option to disable them 
instead, and it's worth doing.
Hibernate or freeze apps
2014-11-10 13:08:01.0

[cid:image028.jpg@01CFFDA0.BFA526A0]
You may also consider installing Greenify to get a good look at what is running 
and automatically hibernate apps that you aren't using, so they aren't eating 
system resources unless you start them up.

You'll need to root your device to really take full advantage, which is simple 
enough but will take a little time to manage if you're new to the process. If 
you do decide to root then you may also consider Titanium Backup Pro for 
freezing unwanted apps.
Streamline your home screen
2014-11-10 13:07:18.0

[cid:image029.jpg@01CFFDA0.BFA526A0]
The busier your home screen, the more battery life it's going to suck. Get rid 
of widgets that you don't need, and consider reducing refresh rates. Animation 
costs power, so ditch the live wallpapers.

If you have a phone with an AMOLED display (such as nearly all of the high end 
Samsung Galaxy models or the new Moto X), then use a dark background for the 
home screen and a dark theme in general. The technology achieves deep blacks by 
not lighting up those pixels and so dark backgrounds can save you some power.
Tweak display settings
2014-11-10 13:08:07.0

[cid:image030.jpg@01CFFDA0.BFA526A0]
Your screen brightness is going to have a big impact on your battery. Don't 
rely on auto-brightness because it will generally be set higher than you really 
need. Reduce brightness manually and keep it as low as is comfortable. You can 
always pull down the notification shade and tweak it quickly via the quick 
settings when you have to.

You should also reduce the screen time out in display settings under sleep. The 
faster your Android device fades to black when not in use, the more power 
you'll save.
Turn off vibrations
2014-11-10 13:07:41.0

[cid:image031.jpg@01CFFDA0.BFA526A0]
When it comes to Android phones and tablets, vibrations can be an unnecessary 
battery killer. Fortunately, you can control it manually.

Start with haptic feedback for key presses. You'll usually find the option to 
turn 'Vibrate on keypress' off in Settings  Language  Input in the options 
for the keyboard you are using. You could also turn off 'Sound on Keypress' for 
extra saving.

You can also go into Settings  

Re: [Mobile.AI] ten tips to boast battery in android

2014-11-10 Thread Austin Pinto
use a app called screen filter it may block side loading of apps on
android versions higher than 2.3.6 if u want to side apps u will have
to suspend screen filter

On 11/11/14, Asudani, Rajesh rajeshasud...@rbi.org.in wrote:
 I believe setting brightness levels to even zero does not discomfort
 sighted, of course not us!!


 With thanks and regards


 (Rajesh Asudani)

 Assistant General Manager
 Market Intelligence Unit
 Reserve Bank of India
 Nagpur

 Tel.: 0712 2806358
 (In youth you want things, and then in middle-age you want to want them.)


 -Original Message-
 From: Mobile.accessindia
 [mailto:mobile.accessindia-boun...@accessindia.org.in] On Behalf Of Asudani,
 Rajesh
 Sent: Tuesday, November 11, 2014 11:15 AM
 To: Dedicated AccessIndia list for discussing accessibility of mobile phones
 and Tabs.
 Subject: [Mobile.AI] ten tips to boast battery in android

 10 tips to boost your Android phone's battery
 2014-11-10 13:07:29.0 Techradar

 [cid:image024.jpg@01CFFDA0.BFA526A0]
 Battery life still tops the complaint charts for smartphone owners tired of
 the daily charging routine. Even though smartphone batteries are growing
 bigger with every passing year, we're not seeing a huge benefit because our
 Android devices are demanding more and more out of them.

 No one really wants to be told that the most obvious route to increased
 battery life is to use your phone less or worse: turn off some of the
 features that enticed you to buy it in the first place. So, we've pulled
 together a list of 10 simple ways to increase the battery life of your
 Android smartphone.
 Use power saving mode
 2014-11-10 13:07:25.0

 [cid:image025.jpg@01CFFDA0.BFA526A0]
 Most Android device manufacturers have added some form of power-saving mode
 in their smartphones. You can automatically hobble your phone's features or
 shut down specific apps when the battery dwindles below a predetermined
 level.

 Stock Android only offers battery stats for now, but Android Lollipop has a
 battery saver option built in (which means most phones running Android 5
 will too in the future). If you can't find a power saving option, check out
 an app like Juice Defender.
 Automate your phone
 2014-11-10 13:08:13.0

 [cid:image026.jpg@01CFFDA0.BFA526A0]
 You don't need your phone syncing away through the night, so why not
 introduce a bedtime routine that automatically silences it and kills your
 data and Wi-Fi connections? With apps like AutomateIt and Tasker, you can
 also automatically turn things on and off based on triggers and rules you
 define.
 Uninstall or disable apps
 2014-11-10 13:07:48.0

 [cid:image027.jpg@01CFFDA0.BFA526A0]
 Delve into Settings  Apps and flick over to the 'All' tab to find a
 complete list of your apps. Anything in the list that you don't use is a
 candidate for the uninstall pile. In their infinite wisdom, manufacturers
 sometimes block you from uninstalling their apps, but you usually have the
 option to disable them instead, and it's worth doing.
 Hibernate or freeze apps
 2014-11-10 13:08:01.0

 [cid:image028.jpg@01CFFDA0.BFA526A0]
 You may also consider installing Greenify to get a good look at what is
 running and automatically hibernate apps that you aren't using, so they
 aren't eating system resources unless you start them up.

 You'll need to root your device to really take full advantage, which is
 simple enough but will take a little time to manage if you're new to the
 process. If you do decide to root then you may also consider Titanium Backup
 Pro for freezing unwanted apps.
 Streamline your home screen
 2014-11-10 13:07:18.0

 [cid:image029.jpg@01CFFDA0.BFA526A0]
 The busier your home screen, the more battery life it's going to suck. Get
 rid of widgets that you don't need, and consider reducing refresh rates.
 Animation costs power, so ditch the live wallpapers.

 If you have a phone with an AMOLED display (such as nearly all of the high
 end Samsung Galaxy models or the new Moto X), then use a dark background for
 the home screen and a dark theme in general. The technology achieves deep
 blacks by not lighting up those pixels and so dark backgrounds can save you
 some power.
 Tweak display settings
 2014-11-10 13:08:07.0

 [cid:image030.jpg@01CFFDA0.BFA526A0]
 Your screen brightness is going to have a big impact on your battery. Don't
 rely on auto-brightness because it will generally be set higher than you
 really need. Reduce brightness manually and keep it as low as is
 comfortable. You can always pull down the notification shade and tweak it
 quickly via the quick settings when you have to.

 You should also reduce the screen time out in display settings under sleep.
 The faster your Android device fades to black when not in use, the more
 power you'll save.
 Turn off vibrations
 2014-11-10 13:07:41.0

 [cid:image031.jpg@01CFFDA0.BFA526A0]
 When it comes to Android phones and tablets, vibrations can be an
 unnecessary battery killer. Fortunately, you can control it manually.