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Saving the battery!

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If your devices are constantly dying throughout the day, there may be some tips to help you save your battery.

First of all, make sure to charge your phone, apple watch, Chromebook, or whatever you may need, every night while you’re sleeping.

It also helps to make sure you clear all your apps/pages out so that the web isn’t constantly searching even when you aren’t on your phone. Don’t forget if you use email on your device, delete un-needed emails often. Also, delete apps you don’t use anymore every couple of weeks! Turing down your brightness also helps to save battery life. Most importantly, don’t constantly overcharge your device! This just drains it faster and doesn’t allow the device to charge like it used to.

If your device still continues to die extremely fast, you may want to take it a repair store to check and see if everything is still correctly intact, or you may want to look into getting a new device if it can’t be fixed.

Senior Sidney Patterson says, “These tips really do help especially when you’re always 0n your phone like me!”

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