How to Charge ZTE Tempo Go Properly

ZTE Tempo Go

The lifespan of any Android smartphone, including the ZTE Tempo Go, is affected by how you charge it. It may seem like a very simple and self-explanatory procedure, but it's not uncommon for users to make mistakes that cause them to have to replace their device every year or two. To avoid this problem, you must charge ZTE Tempo Go correctly.

What are the dangers of charging incorrectly

If you ignore the recommendations, your smartphone will last far less time than you want it to. Firstly, the battery will wear out, requiring you to charge it several times a day. Secondly, violating the charging norms will not only wear out the battery, but will also lead to fatal consequences such as battery explosion and complete failure of the ZTE Tempo Go.

Recommendations for extending battery life

Obviously, you can't do without charging in any case, as the ZTE Tempo Go will not last more than a day or two in active use. To extend the life of your smartphone, you need to charge it using the following instructions:

  1. Put the ZTE Tempo Go on charge when there is still 10-20% of the battery left.
  2. Unplug the phone from the power source until it reaches 100%.
  3. Do not leave the smartphone to charge overnight if you do not unplug it.
  4. Do not connect your device to a power source immediately after returning from a cold street or a room where the temperature exceeds +35°C.
  5. Avoid performing heavy tasks on your ZTE Tempo Go while it's charging. Games and complex computing should be avoided.

These recommendations are definitely not difficult or impossible to follow, so don't neglect them and then your ZTE Tempo Go will last as long as possible.

Useless recommendations that have no effect on the battery

Alongside proven recommendations that are based on the specifics of mobile batteries, a number of myths can be encountered. Individual advice found on the Internet has no effect on the life of the device and sometimes even makes it worse. Here are some of these myths:

  1. Quick Charge. Restoring power via Quick Charge won't hurt your smartphone, as power is automatically reduced when it reaches 80%. So don't be afraid to charge your device quickly.
  2. Wireless charging. Also, don't be afraid to charge your phone wirelessly using Qi technology. Yes, your device will heat up a bit, but the power of wireless charging is intentionally kept to a minimum, and in the absence of heavy tasks, it won't hurt in any way.
  3. Full charging cycle. Restoring power strictly from 0% to 100% is not helpful. On the contrary, it creates more of a challenge for the gadget that could lead to a so-called "deep discharge".
  4. Third-party adapters and cables. Using a charger from another phone won't harm your phone in any way. The main thing is that the components must be of good quality.

As convincing as some myths may seem, they are based on common misconceptions and have no scientific basis. For example, the use of branded adapters is recommended by the smartphone manufacturer in order to increase accessory sales, while fast and wireless charging features have long been tested for safety to eventually come to light.

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