Motorola Droid RAZR Battery Life Tips & Tricks: Resolve Battery Problems

Since Motorola has built its Droid Razr in such a way that you cannot remove its battery, it has sure become a concern to many who are intending to buy or have already bought the Razr. You cannot use an extended battery with the Droid Razr since you cannot swap the in-built battery. It is also one of the slimmest smartphones available and with an application called Smart Actions Motorola has tried to do away with battery related fears. This app allows you to decide which applications or tasks should be assigned to the phone. The Smart Actions you can now have a say on the apps which should auto start when you boot your phone. It allows you to switch off the other apps you would not require frequently.

Motorola claims in one of the videos it uses to promote the Smart Actions app that the user can increase the phone’s battery life by almost 30% if they switch of some of the tasks using the app. This will allow the battery to be used only for the apps which are important and designated. This app even lowers the brightness of the screen by adjusting the settings if you ask it to. This helps you to change the screen’s brightness every time you feel that the battery strength is on the decline. A low brightness level will indeed help you to save your battery for more important tasks.

Apart from this, you can also use portable battery packs to extend the life of your Droid Razr’s battery.  These are devices or accessories which you can carry along with you wherever you go and you can charge up to two mobile devices using these. You can then play games, listen to music, surf or talk endlessly with these portable battery packs which allow your Razr to be working extensively.

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2 Responses to Motorola Droid RAZR Battery Life Tips & Tricks: Resolve Battery Problems

  1. J. Edward Hall says:

    Droid Razr has an app to extend battery life? Sounds like they knew the battery life was going to be an issue BEFORE they even sold the first Razr. I bought a new Razr a week ago. Battery life with minimal use(3-4 calls a week and less than 30 mins a day on the internet) and the battery lasts anywhere from 4 hours 13 min-10 hours, then the phone shuts itself off. The forums suggest to manually turn off all apps that aren’t being used, to extend the battery life, but that is a pain in the a$$ to be honest. The rest of the phone aside from the poor battery life, is fine. Super fast, light, nice display, even the camera is an improvement over my old Droid X. The battery is a huge issue with me, and the reason I got rid of my Doid X. Unfortunately the Razr isn’t any better as far as I’m concerned.

  2. bill 81715 says:

    You literally need to carry your charger everywhere. Do not recommend this phone.

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