Hi @Milind_Ramteke. We're sorry to hear that. Most smartphones have either a Lithium Ion battery or a Lithium Polymer battery. Don’t worry because both of them are Lithium Ion though, and as such, do not have memory, which means you don’t have to fully charge/ overcharge or discharge them at the beginning, and partial charging is fine.
In fact, these types of batteries suffer from low voltage problems, so it’s actually better to partially charge them than to fully charge them or drain them. Battery care is always open for debate though, so for very accepted tip there will be someone that says it makes no difference. Please take our advises and find the ones that work for you.
- Use dark theme and settings
- Using darker app backgrounds / themes and darker launcher themes will further prolong your battery life.
- Don’t use adaptive / auto brightness
- Don’t use display auto – brightness. It may sound good, but auto – brightness is usually way brighter than you really need. Better for you to set-up the low-brightness level that it’s just comfortable to your eye. This is one of the main ways to improve your battery life and please do take note that as the screen is one of the reasons why your battery drains fast.
- A shorter screen time out setting saves your battery
- Set your display’s screen timeout to as short a time as is practical for you. Our advise, set to 15 seconds. Because if your screen sets – up to a minute it will use to four times the amount of power.
- Your phone doesn’t need have to be smart all the time
- Turn off all smart features that you set like air gestures and smart scrolling.
- Turn off vibrate and haptic feedback to save battery
- Switch off the vibrate, unless you really need added awareness, turn off your vibration alerts. Turn off haptic feedback this is referring to the buzz that you get from typing the keyboard.
- You don’t need to be connected 24/7
- Turn off GPS, Bluetooth, NFC, Wi-fi mobile data connection whenever you don’t need. Just use them or turn them “ ON “ if necessary.
- Don’t get bogged down by widgets
- Widgets you don’t really need, especially those that are connected to the internet like weather widgets, twitter, gmail and etc. Just hit the apps when you need them.
- Don’t fall into the auto – sync trap
- Turn off auto – syncing for Google accounts. If you don’t need every single Google account updated every fifteen minutes, just go into your Settings and Google account and turn off auto – sync for those apps you don’t need constantly updated.
I do hope that this advises will help you out to solve your issues in your phone. However, if you already decided that your battery got a defect, we highly advise you already to go to our Authorized Alcatel Service Centers nearby in your area.