LG’s V30 is arguably a cut above the rest in terms of smartphones released this year. Despite it’s reputation, users have noted that the LG V30 is draining faster than usual. The issue is likely the cause of faulty apps or bugs in the Android operating system. Nonetheless, the instructions below will show you a couple of methods which will eliminate the rapid drain on the battery of your LG V30.
Reboot or Reset V30Every so often when a battery is draining faster than usual, the most advisable course of action is do a factory reset on the LG V30. An additional justification on why you should perform a factory reset is to give your phone a new lease in life, thus giving it a fresh start:
- Be sure to back up all data prior to performing the Factory Reset
- Select Settings > General >Backup & reset
- Next steps choose to either clear or select both of the following options:
- Back up my data
- Automatic restore
- Select “Backup Account” > “Factory Data Reset” > “Reset Phone” > “Delete All” > “Reset”
Disable Or Manage Background SyncEvery time apps are being opened and are no longer being utilized, they could have a huge impact on the battery of the LG V30. The most appropriate step is to close these apps when they are not being used, to stop their strain on the battery which will cause it to lose power quickly. You can do this by accessing the quick settings and gesturing downwards with two fingers and click on Sync to deactivate it.
One other way you can do it is to access Settings and then Accounts and deactivate sync for the apps you no longer use. For example, after disabling the Twitter background sync, the LG V30 battery will experience a longer lifespan.