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The Moto G 2015 comes with some pretty decent specifications, but its non-removable battery of 2390 mAh can die quite fast. Today we will give you some hints on how you can increase the battery life of this handset.


First of all, you should know that the biggest battery drainer on any big smartphone is the screen. In other words, the brighter it is, the more power it will use and this is the reason why you should set a manual brightness and lower it as much as you can, but at the same time, you need to make sure that you can still see good enough.

Disabling Features

Features such as Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Location Services or GPS will eat a good amount of your battery. We suggest you to disable them whenever you are not using them and just re-enable them when you really need them. At the same time, if you are in a location where there is no mobile signal, we suggest you to turn on Airplane Mode in order to make sure that the device is not wasting battery by looking for mobile signal over and over again.

Disconnecting Apps

There are many applications that will demand data while running in the background, which are wasting your device’s battery. However, you can use the “Battery Saver” option, which will disconnect background refreshing apps when the battery power is below 25%. The “Battery Saver” can be enabled on your device’s Settings->Battery Settings.

Disabling Auto Uploads

Most applications are uploading stuff to the internet. This is not a bad thing, as it is good to have your photos stored on the cloud without having to manually do it yourself every time you take some new ones.

However, all these things require processing power and internet data and it is, you’ve guessed, wasting your phone’s battery. We suggest you to disable the automatic uploading feature from your favorite applications.

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