Ten tips and tricks to extend your BlackBerry Z10 battery life
TURN OFF WIFI, BLUETOOTH & NFC
This one is a no brainer. Turn off whatever you're not using to save on battery. If you're out somewhere with no WiFi - turn it off. Same goes for Bluetooth and NFC. These guys will eat a bit of your battery if left on, so when you aren't using them simply turn them off. On the same note, when you do have WiFi access be sure to take advantage of it - being on a WiFi network will greatly help your battery life
Go to Settings > Network Connections to turn these features on or off
DIM THE DISPLAYThere is no auto-dim for the backlight on the BlackBerry Z10, but turning it down can help save precious battery life. The brighter the screen, the more battery you'll lose. So keep it down around 10-20% and you will be treating your battery better and it will thank you.
- To turn down the display brightness, go to Settings > Display
While there is no stated "auto-dim" setting, BlackBerry did have this to say about the display:
We spent a lot of time developing the "GLO" algorithm ("Garber Light Optimization", after the engineer who developed it) to automatically adjust the display backlight setting to provide the user with the same perceived brightness regardless of the ambient illumination level. The slider moves that auto-dimming curve up and down to match a user's preference.
CHANGE THE SCREEN TIMEOUT
- Turn down the screen timeout by going to Settings > Display
CHANGE REFRESH SETTINGS
CHANGE YOUR NETWORK
- Find this setting in Settings > Network Connections > Mobile Network