Tips and Tricks for faster battery charging of our Smartphone and Tablet

Charging a Smartphone or usual tablet usually takes 2 to 3 hours, a time in which the device remains attached to a wall outlet or other power source. Theoretically, this period is considered unproductive and sometimes irritating to someone who wants to get out of the house with your legitimate partner by his side. That's why most people choose to charge a gadget in their sleep, or when the situation becomes very irritating, opt for an external battery to avoid being separated from the phone.

Depending on the manufacturer, model and operating system deployed, different methods can be applied to increase the power transmitted by the source and decrease load times significantly, without any problems. The good news is that all these portable devices can be loaded faster, in most cases. How to reduce load times for mobile devices?

There is no application or magic trick to increase the load power and reduce the total time (perhaps wireless, who knows), but we do know a couple of practices that will decrease the load time of an application that optimally manages energy redistribution.

Conventional method

Of course many people already know this is to load your mobile device off, so all the energy charge is intended solely for our battery. Remember that when your mobile phone is on, electric current is divided into two branches, one for charging our battery and another to power our device.

The second tip would be to use a dual port USB Y-cable, which would be added to the two USB ports on the computer and serve everything to a single device (you can find a good example on Amazon).

Use a computer application

Asus, the famous manufacturer that made Nexus 7 developed free utility software with AiCharger name, which can benefit tremendously for those who have an Apple mobile device (iPhone, iPod, iPad).

What makes AiCharger is compressing about 1000 mA of power from a port normal USB, nearly double the 500-mA you see in most configurations. Depending on the device used, this margin can grow even more.

Interestingly, AiCharger not limited to only Asus boards and can run on other manufacturers as well. In addition, MSI has a similar service called Supercharger that also focuses on Apple devices. You can test the application with Android devices, and see if you're lucky. A member of XDA managed to increase the power of the Samsung Galaxy S3, a fact verified with an application of monitoring outlet.

Use a mobile application

After a quick browse through the store, I've found a couple of applications that boast such fast chargers, but only a few are really effective. In this case, I decided to share just one of these applications and can be found on Google Play store, i.e. only compatible with Android. If you have an effective implementation for iOS.

Works only with rooteados terminals (which have root access) with a custom kernel with support for Fast Charge, this free Android app is undoubtedly the most flexible, from this list.

Once you have downloaded the application, you have to run it and activate the 'fast charging'. After one second, connect the device and see a little analysis shown on the screen, indicating that the connection has been successfully established. For the curious, a voltage of 5V can be translated as 2100 mA, the maximum supplied through a port of this nature.

Please can you share it with us using the comments section is below this post. As for the application in question, it is Fast Charge, Mathew Winters.

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