Changing the smartphone battery? No problem with manuals and spare parts from iDoc!
It is quite normal that a battery loses power over time. The cell chemistry of the used accumulators influences the lifetime. Most smartphone batteries contain lithium-ions, which have a limited lifetime. With each charging cycle, the capacity decreases slightly. However, you do not have to put up with this state! Who would like to have to charge their mobile phone several times a day and be constantly dependent on the electric power and a power bank? Another typical symptom of a weak battery is when your phone constantly crashes because the power supply temporarily drops or your device can no longer be charged to 100%. These are indications that the battery can no longer hold the electrical energy. If you are familiar with these situations, we recommend that you change the battery.
Extend the life of your battery!
Phone batteries are relatively susceptible due to the lithium-ions used, which have only a limited life span. However, there are a few simple tricks you can use to protect your battery and thus extend its life.
- No deep discharge!
Make sure that your phone never switches itself off just because the battery is empty. If you let your battery deep-discharge, it will permanently reduce the performance. We recommend that you charge your phone at 25% battery power at the latest.
- Avoid full charging
The opposite from letting your battery deep-discharge is also not recommended: Do not charge your phone to a full 100%. This stresses the battery and damages the performance. Disconnect the device from the power outlet when it is approx. 90% charged.
- Do not charge overnight