Mobile Why Is My Cell Phone Battery Always Low?

It’s happening again; your cell phone battery indicator is in the yellow, and will soon be flashing red from a low or dying battery. This is an all-too-common scenario for cell phone owners with problematic phone batteries. If this sounds like your phone, it is time to get to the bottom of your reoccurring cell phone battery problems.There are several obvious reasons why a mobile device battery dies, including failure to charge your phone until it is fully charged, or using up all its battery juice in a 4-hour phone conversation or online video-streaming binge. There are various other reasons why a phone can begin to experience obnoxious battery issues and complications on a regular basis. Continue reading to learn more about phone batteries and the best method for getting rid of a problematic mobile device.


Dead BatteriesChances are your cell phone battery is made of lithium-ion like most standard mobile phone batteries. These tend to have an average lifespan of two to three years and typically maintain a charge for two to three days at a time. If your cell phone is losing its charge too fast, or not charging up all the way, there could be several reasons why.Here are some common sources of dead or dying mobile device:

Bluetooth App Remains On At All Times

Multiple Applications Running At Once

Vibration Settings Rather Than Sound for Alerts and Ringtones

Overextended Roaming From Traveling or Locating Signals

Over-Charging a Phone

Extinguishing All Battery Before Recharging It

Screen Brightness Set Too High

Extensive Internet Browsing or Email Activity

Overexposure to Heat, Cold, or Moisture

And More!

Most often, low power is the reoccurring complaint from cell phone owners with battery issues. Just remember that running several applications all at once (Bluetooth, internet browsing, video streaming, text messaging, etc.) uses up a phone’s charge very quickly. If you want your phone battery to last longer, set down your device and allow it to rest a little bit in between uses, or simply cut back on overusing.


You can also try to clean up your phone’s storage by eliminating apps you no longer use or need. Furthermore, do not let your phone lose all its power before recharging it, and do not keep your charger connected for more than it needs. If you believe there is a malfunction with your battery, or it may be broken, it is time to look for a new phone.What To Do With Your Broken PhoneFortunately, your old mobile device doesn’t have to go completely to waste because you can recycle it for cash on the spot. Use the profit from your broken cell to buy a brand new one. Then use your newfound phone charging knowledge to protect your battery for years to come!