Battery health is an important indicator of how your smartphone battery is performing, and this guide is designed to help you check the health of the Android battery on your Android phone.
There are a number of different ways you can check the battery health on your Android device, and the methods are the same for the majority of devices, although they may be slightly different for some models.
How can I check battery usage on my Android device?
If you want to check the battery usage on your Android smartphone, this can be done from the Settings app on your smartphone. You need to go to Settings then select battery from the list,
You can then select Battery usage From the battery menu, this will show you the amount of battery and also what has consumed the battery over the past 24 hours. This doesn’t give you the exact battery health on your device, instead it gives you details about the apps that were using your battery.
The information displayed in this section may vary by manufacturer, and some manufacturers will also show you the battery temperature and more information.
Another way you can check the battery health is by an interesting code on your device, this can be done in the phone app by entering *#*#4636#*#*, tIt opens a test menu on your device which will show you the battery status on your device. Unfortunately, this feature will not work on all devices.
How do I check battery health on Samsung devices?
Checking battery health on Samsung devices is slightly different, this can be done from within the Samsung Members app, and you’ll need to download this app to your device.
Once the app is installed, open it and select a file Get help tab, then select Interactive checksselect now batterythis will give you more details about your battery and will show you the battery life which basically represents the health of the battery on your device.
Are there third-party apps I can use to check battery health?
There are a number of third party apps on Android that will give you more details about the battery life and health of your Android smartphone or tablet.
AccuBattery is one of the popular apps to check the battery on your device, it is a free app and there is also a premium version of the app. This can be used to give you an indication of how healthy the battery is on your device. This app is available for free download from the Google Play Store.
We hope you found this guide on how to find out the battery health on your Android device useful, if you have any questions, please leave a comment below. You can find out more details about how to get the most out of your Android battery on the Google website.
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