How to Use Third-Party Apps to Check your Phone's Battery Health

Different phones use different type of technology in their systems. While buying a mobile phone people are most concerned about the battery health of the phone. A phone having good battery health attracts the buyer more.

How to Use Third-Party Apps to Check your Phone's Battery Health

This article is about how you can check battery health of your mobile phone using third-party apps and get to be alert on time about changing your phone's battery.

How to Use Third-Party Apps to Check your Phone's Battery Health

Here are different third-party apps are discussed that how to install that apps and use them to check the battery health of your mobile phone.

Use Ampere App

Follow the steps given below to install and use Ampere App on your Android phone:
  1. Download and install the Ampere App on your phone.
  2. Launch the App.
  3. Now, connect your mobile phone with the charger, monitor the App for a few charging cycles.
  4. You will see the remark as Good next to the Health column if your mobile phone's battery is up to the mark.
  5. To get more details about your phone's battery like Temperature, Maximum capacity, and Voltage etc, you will swipe toward the right.
That's it.

Use Electron App

Here is how you may install and use Electron App to check the battery health of your phone:
  1. Download and install the Electron App on your Android phone.
  2. To calibrate your battery click the Calibrate button.
  3. There will be various tests done by the app to provide you the information about your phone's battery health.
  4. With the battery health you may also have information about the Temperature, Voltage, Type and Status to be completely aware of your mobile phone.
That's done. You may also use AccuBattery App to check the same information about your phone.

Use USSD Codes to Check the Phone's Battery Health

You may also check your phone's battery health through USSD codes by following these steps:
  1. On your mobile phone pad, dial *#*#4636#*#* . It will be opened automatically after you dial the code, you will not have to press the green button to proceed.
  2. The Testing Interface will be opened on your device. You will get the option of Battery Information with showing the status of your mobile phone's battery health.

So, this article was a guide for you to check the battery health of your mobile phone using third-party apps.

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