How to Extend HTC EVO 4G battery life - Sprint Tips

How to Extend HTC EVO 4G battery life - Sprint Tips
Sprint shares Battery Tips for new HTC EVO 4G users. Sprint offers tips for maximizing battery performance so that you can enjoy the world's first 4G Android phone for a longer period of time.

How to make your Sprint HTC EVO 4G battery last longer? Here's a couple of great ideas from Sprint which will help improve HTC EVO 4G battery life:

+ Add widgets to your HTC EVO 4G's Sense homescreen to conveniently monitor use of radios (Bluetooth, WiFi, 4G), so that you can toggle the radios off when not using them (which should help extend your battery life).
+ To improve HTC EVO 4G's battery life, turn off your Bluetooth, GPS, 4G, WiFi, and WiFi Sprint Mobile Hotspot if you are not using them.
+ You can maximize battery life of the Sprint HTC EVO 4G by turning off network roaming. If you have your 4G radio ON, but are no longer in 4G coverage then your device will be scanning in an attempt to re-acquire the 4G network. Your battery can be significantly drained by the scanning processes, so if you know you will be out of 4G coverage for an extended period of time or if you are not acquiring a 4G signal as indicated in the task bar, it would be important to turn your 4G radio OFF.
+ To gain better battery life of HTC EVO 4G, you can manually use your Power Control Widget to easily adjust your backlight intensity with a simple touch, or use Ambient Light Sensor to control backlight brightness based on your ambient lighting condition.
+ Disabling live wallpapers also helps prolong HTC EVO 4G battery life.
+ Generally, less frequent syncing = better battery life
+ Last but not least, you can carry an extra battery or plug into a car charger when you're on the go.

If you have other tips on how to extend battery life on the HTC EVO 4G, let us know about them in the comments.
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2 comments on "How to Extend HTC EVO 4G battery life - Sprint Tips"

mike said...

I think that HTC EVO should make a stronger battery. They have had this problem for a long time. I am sorry that i did not purchase a Black Berry

Jason said...

The battery life on this phone is absolutely pathetic. You can however get a extended battery for $55. After spending $299 I am not about to pay extra for another battery. I really messed up not going with the I-phone. Now I will just have to wait until my contract expires.

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