I’m a tech expert – boost your phone’s battery instantly with these 5 easy steps

A TECH expert has revealed how to charge your phone’s battery in five easy steps.

A TikTok account called Android Tech has been telling viewers how to make sure they don’t waste their phone life.

The first step is to find the “Privacy” section on the “Settings” page


The first step is to find the “Privacy” section on the “Settings” pagePhoto credit: TikTok/@android2tech
You then need to deactivate the “Send diagnostic data” option


You then need to deactivate the “Send diagnostic data” optionPhoto credit: TikTok/@android2tech
Disable the diagnostic data options and click OK.


Disable the diagnostic data options and click OK.Photo credit: TikTok/@android2tech

The battery and performance of mobile phones often do not meet the needs and requirements of those who constantly use their mobile devices.

But in the 26-second clip uploaded to the social media platform, users can now see how they can avoid making the same mistakes.

Users must first go to “Settings” and then click on the “Privacy” section.

Next, they need to make sure that the “Send diagnostic data” option is turned off.

Then, under “Diagnostic data,” users must uncheck the two options and click “OK.”

Once this process is complete, it will ensure that your phone’s battery life lasts longer.

Other TikTok users quickly flooded the comments section after trying out the hack.

One person said, “Wow, it works.”

Most read in “Phones and Gadgets.”

Another added: “I did this a month ago, so far it seems good.”

However, some people, particularly those with iPhones, found they couldn’t follow the advice.

Elsewhere, a mobile phone expert has revealed the secret iPhone setting that can reduce battery life, but there’s a “hidden” button that turns it off.

The CNET page on TikTok showed its 329,000 followers how it was done.

What’s more, the button on the side of your iPhone is the key to improving battery life and most Brits have NO idea about the ‘hidden’ bonus feature.

Battery drain is normal the more you use your iPhone and the type of apps you run.

Jake Nichol

Jake Nichol is a WSTNewsPost U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Jake Nichol joined WSTNewsPost in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing:

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