Cell phone battery life depends on usage. The more you talk, text, use the web, im, and play games, the more you will drain the battery and you will have to recharge it sooner. Never use a cell phone battery that is not approved for your model cell phone because it could damage your cell phone or cause the battery to explode.

Unplug everything! Did you know that even when your television is turned off, it is still pulling power? Save energy by unplugging electronics when you aren’t using them, including mobile phone charger, computers, televisions, and radios.

Imagine there is very little power left in your mobile battery and you may receive a very important call from home, from your children, from your clients or office or anywhere. Due to lack of battery strength you can not speak for a longer time or the moment you attend the call, the mobile phone gets switched off due to lack of battery back up.

Small appliances left plugged in will but a drain on your utility use. Electric coffee pots, especially the ones with a clock and timer on them, are a constant drain. Keeping the coffee hot in an insulated thermos instead of on the hot plate cuts usage plus the coffee tastes fresher.

Before you start packing, make sure you have a thorough sort out. Go through each room with a fine toothcomb sorting objects into three piles: keep, charity shop or throw. This will prevent you from moving stuff to the new house, which will end up languishing in the garage.

Traveling in chilly climate can also be extraordinarily dangerous. At all times keep an extra blanket in the automobile with you at all times. Spare hats and gloves can help stay you heat and dry in an emergency. A bag of kitty muddle will also be helpful all over snowy months. This merchandise mean you can to get the traction you wish to have at the snow and ice.

Most batteries today are Lithium Ion batteries. They do not suffer memory loss like the old nickel hydride batteries did. This happened when you would charge the battery when it was only 1/2 down and after awhile, it believed that 1/2, was empty. With Lithium Ion batteries, we generally advise that you charge them for 8-12 hours before use, but this is purely precautionary. I would definitely take the phone in to the retail store and advise them that you believe the battery is bad. I would guess they can either test and/or replace your battery.