How to check the status of the battery on Android

The smartphone battery has a limited number of charge cycles, and in case of improper operation, its service life becomes even less. How to check the condition of the battery on android?

The first signs of aging:

  • an increase in the size of the battery and, as a result, bloating the smartphone housing.
  • Oxide appearance on contacts.
  • Quick loss of tank - the smartphone can be discharged in a matter of hours or minutes.

But what to do, if in your smartphone is a worn battery? In this case, to get it and consider it is not possible. However, you can use accessible software tools.

System Tools

You can find out the battery status using system tools. Depending on the Android version, the settings may be in different places. Make the following:

Step 1. Open "Settings" Android.

Step 2. Find the section "Nutrition and Performance" and Go to it.

Step 3. Press the button "Optimize".

Step 4. Select arbitrary items and press "add to autonomy".

Step 5. Scroll down the page down. We are interested in clause "Battery state".

This is the fastest way to check the performance of the battery, since system applications are constantly monitored by the state of various components of the smartphone.

Please note! In some devices, it is possible to enter the hidden menu of system characteristics if you enter a special combination in Appendix phone. Open it and type the following code: * # * # 4636 # * # *

Battery application from Micropinch

Check the battery status on android using the program Battery. To begin with, install the application to your smartphone:

Step 1. Go to Application Store "Google Play".

Step 2. In the search string, enter "Battery Micropinch" and select the program in the drop-down list.

Step 3 Press the Set button.

Step 4. Wait for the application to be installed on the smartphone.

Step 5. Press the Open button to start.

Step 6 Swipe left to view more information.

Step 7. Here, in section “Operating Status”, you can check the current status of the battery.

Step 8. See also section Temperature. The battery should not overheat, especially if the smartphone is not actively used at the moment.

Please note! In order for the application to display accurate information, you need to use it for at least 1-2 days.

If the battery is fine

But what if the battery is in good condition and the phone still drains quickly? In this case, this may be due to a malicious application that consumes smartphone resources.

Try to remember when the problem started and what programs you installed before. Delete them from your smartphone and check if autonomy has increased.

Pay attention! If you can't uninstall any application, you can do it in Safe Mode.

If, however, it was not possible to determine the culprit, do a factory reset. To do this:

Step 1. Back up all data, including contacts, photos, videos, and internal application data to external media or the cloud.

Step 2. In Android settings, go to About phone.

Step 3. Open Backup & Reset.

Step 4. Scroll down to Factory Reset, press "Erase all data" and confirm the action.

Step 5. Wait for the operation to complete. The smartphone will automatically reboot.