If you want to preserve the battery life of your Android phone, one of the simplest ways is to set a charging limit on it.
If you have a Samsung or LG phone, there might already be an app built right in that lets you set a charging limit. Otherwise, there are plenty of third-party options in the Google Play Store. Here are a few we recommend trying out:
You can set a stop charge limit on your Android phone using the app called AccuBattery.
In case you are wondering, with AccuBattery, you can set any limit between 50% and 100%. This means that once your Android phone reaches that limit, it will automatically stop charging.
This is one of the most popular apps available, and it has a big community of users who regularly contribute data about how much power their phones draw while charging. The app itself is free, but there are ads and in-app purchases if you want to go pro.
Battery Charge Limit
This app is only available for rooted devices, but if you have a rooted device, there’s no easier way to set a charging limit than with Battery Charge Limit. The app is free and easy to use. Just choose the percentage you want your phone to stop charging at and Battery Charge Limit will take care of the rest.
It’s a good idea to set your phone to charge only up to 80%, regardless of what percentage it is at. By doing so, you keep your device running on full power, but you prevent the battery from wearing down at an accelerated rate.