How to Check Battery Health on Android Devices

In the age of digital technology, understanding the health of your device’s battery is crucial. For Android users, there are several methods to check battery health. Here’s a comprehensive guide on how to do it.

Method 1: Checking Battery Health via Android Settings

On a Samsung Galaxy phone, go to Settings > Battery and Device Care > Diagnostics > Battery Status to check your battery health. On other Android phones, dial ##4636## in the phone app or download a third-party app to check your battery health.

Method 2: Check Battery Health Using AccuBattery

AccuBattery is a third-party app that provides detailed information about your phone’s battery health. After installing the app, it starts recording data. After a few charge/discharge cycles, you’ll be able to see a reading for battery health.

How to Know if Your Android Battery Is Bad?

If your Android phone battery isn’t lasting as long as it used to, it could be an indication there’s a problem. Here are some signs that your battery might be bad:

  • Your battery keeps running out.
  • Charging doesn’t seem to fully recharge.
  • The battery runs hot.
  • The battery is bulging.
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