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how can i get or have motorola g spare battery

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2y, 3m agoPosted 2 years, 3 months ago
i have moto g but battery life is weak how i can extend or get spare battery for this ?
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Tips to extend the battery life
Published 11/18/2013 11:19 AM
Updated 03/04/2014 10:03 AM
How can I extend my battery life?

Your particular usage will affect how long you can go before recharging your battery. Navigating, playing games, surfing the Web, making calls and texting all use energy. You can install and use a wide variety of applications on your device, and each application has its own characteristics.

Thus your experience may vary day to day, depending on how you use your device.

For basics around charging, click here for more information.

Depending on your preferences, you can tailor how your device behaves by using some of the following tips:

Charge each night so you start the day fully charged and ready to go.
You can see what subsystem, component, or application is using the most power: Swipe down from the top of the screen, tap the quick settings icon Image and tap the quick setting battery icon.
If you are stationary in an area in which there is low or no cellular signal, it may be prudent to enter airplane mode unless you must be able to (try) to make or receive calls or texts. Doing so will prevent the phone from increasing power output in an attempt to connect to the weak signal.
When setting the phone down after use, quickly press the power key to turn the display off.
Set Screen timeout less then 1 minute: Swipe down from the top of the screen, tap the quick settings icon Image and tap the Settings icon. Scroll down and tap on Display and then tap on Sleep to select a faster time-out.
Turn off applications actively using GPS, such as navigation applications when you no longer need them. It is easy to forget to 'end navigation' when you reach your destination. Swipe down from the notification bar to see if active navigation applications offer an option to quit or exit. A broader step can stop all applications from trying to determine your location by disabling this preference: Swipe down from the top of the screen, tap the quick settings icon Image, tap the Settings icon, then scroll down and tap on the Location Access entry and toggle off Access to my location.
Applications: some applications and widgets can use a lot of energy when you use them. Others can also behave in a non-battery friendly manner when you are not using them. Apps that use a lot of wireless data (streaming Video or Music, navigation/maps, etc) will take more out of your battery because the wireless radios have to transmit and receive a lot of data. Applications that have frequent updates (social applications, email, IM, etc.) are also active energy consumers. Some live wallpapers and widgets may also be consuming power. In general, observe how long your battery lasts relative to the applications that you are using. There are many system utility applications on the Play Store that can help identify how apps consume resources (power, data, memory) for those so inclined to dig deeper.
A quick and easy step is to reboot your phone if you have not turned it off in a long time (> 1 week), or if you feel it has become sluggish and its battery life is not what you expected. Press and hold the power key to select the Power Off option. Then turn your phone back on and charge your phone normally. Frequent reboots can help keep poorly behaved applications from using more than its share.
While we recommend leaving the display Brightness as Automatic, you may want to take manual control to lower it. To do so, swipe down from the top of the screen, tap the quick settings icon Image and tap the quick setting Brightness and then drag the slider to the left to manually reduce the display's brightness.
Wi-Fi: in broad terms, data over Wi-Fi uses less energy than data over cellular (and will also save on usage if you have a cap). However if Wi-Fi is not available you may choose to turn it off as well: Swipe down from the top of the screen, tap the quick settings icon Image and tap the quick setting Wi-Fi Off.
Turn Bluetooth off when not in use: Swipe down from the top of the screen, tap the quick settings icon Image, then tap Bluetooth > toggle Bluetooth off.
Ensure you do not have duplicate email accounts in different applications. To check for duplicate accounts, touch Settings > Under Accounts touch the account type > Ensure there are no duplicates. To remove an account, touch the account > Touch Menu Image > Touch Remove account
#3
You can't get anew battery. It's NON REmovable. Aka. You won't be able to simply buy a battery and plus it in.


Tips to extend

Turn off GPS. Wifi. Sync. When NOT using
Reduce screen brightness
Get rid of junk apps


It should normally last a day which is reasonable. Don't expect to last a week.
#4
best phone ever
#5
define 'battery life is weak'
#6
according to their own website:
"This product uses a non-removable battery. The battery should only be replaced by a Motorola-approved service facility"
#7
I think the battery is decent on mine, over a full day with a fair amount of use of twitter/facebook etc i.e weekends. two full days if during the week and not really using during work hours. No games or heavy video usage for me though. It destroys the batter usage of my blackberry 9900, which I though was shocking.
#8
i dont have any game etc on mine only use whatsapp , i was thinking there is one tool kit for the moto g where i can have extented battery
#9
apple5Lover
i dont have any game etc on mine only use whatsapp , i was thinking there is one tool kit for the moto g where i can have extented battery
define 'battery life is weak'
#10
as you may see above i only use wifi on whatsapp and battery dying wwith in 24 hours
#11
chooci you must be a teacher :)
#12
apple5Lover
as you may see above i only use wifi on whatsapp and battery dying wwith in 24 hours
24 hours is about right for a moto g when little used so you dont have a weak battery at all. I assume you have done the obvious like turn off GPS, Bluetooth and set your screen display to timeout after a few minutes..........
#13
gps is off but screen display is on other wise its bit dark , i guess i have to wait for the spares
thanks for your help teacher
#14
apple5Lover
gps is off but screen display is on other wise its bit dark , i guess i have to wait for the spares
thanks for your help teacher
so you leave your screen on permanently? Surprised you get 24 hours out of it then as the screen uses 30% of the battery!
#15
no screen goes off after 1 min ,
#16
get yourself a power bank of ebay etc. just plug the lead into your phone it will charge and provide extra power when needed when your out and about

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