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Since the very early days of Android the most unpopular misgiving of the OS has been the battery life. Tons of Google services, 3rd party apps running in background, improper wakelocks, heavy skins, et cetera takes a good hard toll on the battery life of your Android smartphone. Manufacturers have a habit of slamming a bigger and juicier battery under the hood. The hardware approach though effective is still bogged down due to improper software implementation.

But, as always, third party apps are here for the rescue. You may have seen a lot of  apps on the Play Store and you would be confused which one would be more effective. Most of them just have a placebo effect, so, here is our break down of 4 most effective Battery Saving apps which we think would generally improve the battery life of your smartphone by a lot.


 Best Battery Saving Apps!


Specialty: The app takes no non-sense approach and very less RAM consumption itself. Our favorite. This app takes a simplistic yet different approach from the mainstream battery apps out there.

The purpose of this app is to give control of other apps in the hands of the user. The idea behind the app is to limit the apps privilege to run in the background. This is the reason why it ranks first on our list.

The idea may seem simple but actually is very effective as  in real life performance. In our tests, it gave pretty impressive results and we could definitely notice how ‘hibernating’ heavy apps like Facebook and others had an impact on the longevity of our battery.

What it’s good at:

‘Hibernate’ select applications.

Notifies of apps that may slow down your device.

Tells which app is running in background and how much RAM is it consuming.

Has a very small memory footprint itself.

Hibernate System apps.

(Paid version)

Detect which app or process woke up the hibernated app.

(Paid version)

Allow GCM push for hibernated apps.

(Paid version)

► Download Greenify

Juice Defender

Specialty: Lets users to customize from everything to anything. Extreme profile is extremely effective. Moderate RAM consumption.

This extremely popular app developed by Latedroid has been around since early Cupcake days and still does what it says: Defends your juice. The app is so vast you can practically spend a good two hours tweaking it to your liking.

You can set 1 out of 5 extremely comprehensive profiles and customize them based on how and when and where you want which service or connectivity or process to terminate and/or start. And it doesn’t end there. Yes! It’s that customizable.

What it’s good at:

Manage mobile data and WiFi.

Configure which apps to run or stop in the background.

Intuitive feature like Night mode to disable connectivity at night and Schedule to turn on connectivity at pre-defined time periods to receive notifications.

Interactive widgets.

Extreme profile.

(Ultimate version)

Location based control.

(Ultimate version)

CPU Frequency control.

(Ultimate version)

Smart brightness and Night tint.

(Ultimate version)

..and much more.

► Download Juice Defender

Easy Battery Saver (Free)

Specialty: The minimal and automated approach requires minimum user interaction with the app itself. The RAM consumption is very low. It’s the only app which we could find which doesn’t require a paid version to get extra functionality.

It’s free throughout and that’s why it’s our second favorite. You may get overwhelmed by the sheer number of functions and features of an app like Juice Defender or Deep Sleep Battery saver, but one thing Easy Battery Saver is best at; It’s easy.

Co-relative with easiness of this app, the RAM consumption is very minimal while not sacrificing on most  of the features.

What it’s good at:

Easy tutorial to get you through the tasks.

Show’s a comprehensive details of how much the user can call, browse on web, play music and audio and is surprisingly very accurate.

General hierarchy of modes does what they say perfectly.

The Consumption Tracker, again is quite accurate.

Minimal approach and is mostly automated.

► Download Easy Battery Saver

Deep Sleep Battery Saver. (Free and Paid version)

Specialty: As the name suggests, it makes effective use of inbuilt Deep Sleep feature of Android and has a respectfully low RAM consumption.

From the popular developer, Root Uninstaller, Deep Sleep Battery Saver is a software based solution to all the optimizations that OEMs fail to implement. DS Battery saver can trigger deep sleep whenever required and can wake up your device periodically to check for notifications.

What it’s good at:

Custom deep sleep

Advanced mobile data management

Comprehensive logs to keep track on what, where and when battery is being consumed.

Intuitive night and day settings.

(Paid version)

Advanced sync management.

(Paid version)

► Download Deep Sleep Battery Saver




The optimizations Micro Trend has put in does a fine job to increase the longevity of the battery (pun intended!). However, what we don’t like  about the app is its inconstant memory footprint. Sometimes, RAM consumption is as low as 3% but sometimes it goes up to 20% which then takes a placebo effect meaning the app is itself consuming more battery than it is saving.

In our opinion, try the free version and notice it’s RAM consumption. If it’s consistent, then you should probably settle with this app and its ease of use.

► Download Longevity

DU Battery Saver And Widgets (Free and Paid version)

Of all the apps we’ve tested (not just battery saving ones), this app is definitely one of the best looking ones. The DU App Studio claims that their app can increase your battery life by upto 50%, which could rarely be the case, and anyway, how much battery a user can save is highly subjective in regards to the user’s usage of the phone.

► Download DU Battery Saver And Widgets


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The Best Magsafe Adapters For Your Android Phone

Rita El Khoury / Android Authority

Apple reintroduced its MagSafe technology alongside the iPhone 12 series, though not to be confused with MagSafe MacBook chargers. The magnetic technology allows you to attach wireless chargers and other accessories right to the back of your phone. Accessory makers quickly jumped on the MagSafe train, but where does that leave Android owners? Fear not, because there’s a quick and easy solution. Here are some of the best Android MagSafe adapters you can buy.

Read also: The best MagSafe accessories you can buy

While our picks aren’t quite as seamless as Apple’s integrated MagSafe magnets on the likes of the iPhone 14 lineup, they should do the trick. If you’re still unsure about the need for MagSafe accessories, we’ll touch on a few of the other perks before we get to the list.

The best MagSafe Adapters

ESR HaloLock


ESR’s HaloLock adapter comes in a two-pack as well, though it’s a little more specific with its compatibility. You can attach it to TPU or polycarbonate cases so long as they’re less than 4mm thick and have no fingerprint-resistant coating. Unfortunately, that’s a lot easier said than done these days. The HaloLock MagSafe Android adapter also comes with a clever alignment tool to ensure you get the perfect fit. It’s not a complete circle, either, which means that some accessories won’t be able to rotate.

Satechi magnetic sticker


The Satechi MagSafe sticker adapter is one of the more stylish options on our list — it skips the basic magnetic ring in favor of a leather coin design. After all, most of the magnetic rings aren’t exactly attractive looking. Satechi’s sticker is just as simple to operate, and right now, the only first-party accessory to go with it is the Magnetic Wireless Charging Cable. The sticker is made from what Satechi calls Eco-Leather, which means that no animals were harmed in creating this accessory.

MOFT Snap sticker


MOFT’s MagSafe sticker adapter is your gateway to a series of folding phone stands and wallets. While that may not sound exciting or new, all of MOFT’s designs lay flat on the back of your phone and then fold like origami. The sticker itself is a magnetic disc with MOFT emblazoned on it, but the magnetic stand comes in eight different colors, and you can adjust it vertically or horizontally.

Anker 310 Magnetic Ring


If a new accessory launches and Anker doesn’t support it, does it really exist? We may never know because the 310 Magnetic Ring arrived right on MagSafe’s heels. It comes with alignment cards for a perfect fit on the iPhone 12, 13, or 14, but it works with all cases that are around 2mm thick. That means you may want to look elsewhere if you have a beefy Otterbox case.

That said, the 310 Magnetic Ring is key to all of Anker’s MagGo accessories, including the powerful 637 Magnetic Charging Station.

Nillkin SnapLink


Many accessory makers offer colorful phone cases, but what if you want to skip the case? Nillkin is one of the few to provide colorful MagSafe sticker options as part of its SnapLink system. There are four colors to choose from — black, blue, green, and purple. Nillkin’s design is similar to that of the Satechi sticker, with a layer of PU leather on top, and it relies on six magnets to lock accessories in place. It’s also sticky enough for TPU cases, phones themselves, and glossy glass surfaces.

OhSnap ring kit


The last MagSafe Android adapter on our list is part of the OhSnap 2.0 ecosystem. All of OhSnap’s accessories now support MagSafe, with car mounts, desk stands, and even wall mounts to choose from. The Snapcharge 2.0 charging pad will likely be your most popular accessory, but you’ll need a ring kit first. Each kit comes with two metal rings, though there’s no mention of how many magnets are inside. We don’t know how well your accessories will lock in place, but the ring kit is among the most affordable on the list.

Best Android Collaboration Apps To Keep Your Team Connected

Do you struggle with keeping your entire team up to date on current projects because everyone seems to be out of the office more than in it? It is entirely possible to change your Android phone into a collaboration center that fits in your pocket.

If you need your team to work together without physically being together, you need powerful collaboration apps. These should include those that share documents, notes, and drawing surfaces. Other essential activities such as chatting and project management will round out a full-service collaboration suite.

You can create a custom configuration of apps based on your needs and budget. Many of these Android collaboration apps are free or available at a low cost.

Document Sharing

The first thing you should select for your collaboration is a document sharing app. The best ones are those that allow you to work on a document simultaneously with another person. The most widely used document sharing apps are, of course, Microsoft Office and GSuite.

Microsoft is now focusing more of its resources into making their software compatible with Android devices. Their new Android Apps work much better than older versions you may have tried before.

Another option, besides the two major players in the productivity market, is ONLYOFFICE. This program works very much like the others and integrates with both of them. One unique feature is the choice you have between Fast Mode and Slow Mode. In fast mode everyone can work at the same time, which is good, but can get confusing. If you find this difficult, you can use Slow Mode where ONLYOFFICE waits until changes save before revealing them to everyone else.

Both Microsoft Office and G Suite have other apps within their system to complete some of the other tasks we’ll discuss soon, so if you wanted to, you could theoretically use one system for everything. But there are other options available.

Note Sharing

When team members have a stroke of brilliance and want to jot it down without opening a new document or find an article to benefit the team, you want to have a note-sharing app available. The most popular is Evernote, and for a good reason. It’s incredibly versatile and has powerful features even with the free version. The list of features on this app is extensive, so if you need more information, check the app’s site.

Google Keep is Google’s answer to Evernote. It is free as well but is missing many features of Evernote. You can’t edit collaboratively or upload outside documents to the app.

Project Management

Project management apps keep your team on top of all the moving parts in your current projects. Trello and Asana are very similar, and your choice will depend on how many different projects you have going on at one time and whether you repeat the same processes for those tasks or not.

Trello is best for repeated procedures, and Asana is better for large numbers of projects. They both have free options and very similar price schedules should you decide to upgrade.


For chatting with your team, apps like Slack and Google Hangouts are both great options.

Conversations in Slack are called channels. Channels can be set up based on team members, people working on the same project or with the same client, or any other category you need for your team. Team members avoid seemingly endless email chains by joining a channel only when they need to.

Virtual Whiteboards

Whiteboard style apps to share mind-mapping activities with your group make brainstorming possible, even when the team is not together. The most popular one on the market today is LiveBoard. A useful feature of this app is handwriting recognition. It turns your handwritten contributions into typed text for easy reading. LiveBoard also provides instant messaging and the option to upload images onto your boards.

Tracey Rosenberger

Tracey Rosenberger spent 26 years teaching elementary students, using technology to enhance learning. Now she’s excited to share helpful technology with teachers and everyone else who sees tech as intimidating.

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Best Battery Life Phone 2023: Longest Lasting Smartphones

Whether it’s overnight or, more annoyingly, halfway through the day, keeping your phone alive should not be a worry for you in 2023.

That’s because while it’s hard to find a phone with a battery that lasts more than two days, technology has evolved so that you shouldn’t have to be searching for a charger or wall socket at 3pm.

We’ve tested every Android phone that’s come across our desk at Tech Advisor with the same battery test using the PC Mark benchmarking app. This app is not available for iPhones, so what we’ve done is list some of the best scores we’ve got for battery life recently with Android phones and then added the best battery life iPhone Apple currently sells in the list too for good measure.

But it’s not always about synthetic benchmark tests – the results aren’t in complete order because anecdotally actually using the phones day to day as we do when we review them has brought out some preferred phones that for some reason didn’t rank as high as we’d expect using PC Mark. An example is the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra, which has phenomenally good battery life.

These are the longest lasting battery phones we’ve tested and that we also still recommend you buy today in 2023 – you won’t find any old or unsupported phones here. You can purchase most of the listed phones in the UK and Europe, and several are also available in the US.

If you want truly multi-day or week-long battery life, check out the best basic phones.

Best battery life phones 2023

1. Sony Xperia 10 IV – Best battery life


Amazing battery life 

Practical lightweight design 

Crisp OLED screen 


No 120Hz refresh rate

Patchy camera

Slow charging

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This phone is by no means the best overall phone you can buy but if it’s battery life you really want, in a fully capable Android phone with app store, the Sony Xperia 10 IV blows all competition out of the water. In the PC Mark battery test it scored 24 hours and 52 minutes – an utterly mad score that beats the second place phone in this chart by more than six hours.

It means this phone is the only one we’ve tested that could truly stretch to three days between charges if you are a light user.

It’s all the more impressive that the Xperia manages this longevity when it is so slim at 8.3mm. It’s only 161g too. Add to that waterproofing and a headphone jack, as well as an eye catching 6in screen with a tall 21:9 aspect ratio for watching videos full screen and you’ve got a solid mid-range phone. It charges slowly and the cameras aren’t the best, and it’s a little dull overall – but the battery is the best in the business.

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2. Realme 9 Pro – A close second


Long-lasting battery

Smooth, simple software

Snazzy design

120Hz refresh rate


Inconsistent camera

No IP waterproofing

Average performance

LCD panel

Don’t count out any of the phones on this list just because the Sony there is at the top. At £299 in the UK, this Realme phone is another amazingly long lasting phone to consider.

It has a simple design and software to match but still crams in a high refresh rate 120Hz screen for the money, even though it’s an LCD. As is the case with many long battery life phones, it has less good performance and therefore puts less stress on the battery. The camera isn’t top, and there’s no waterproofing, so you may want to consider spending a little more, but if that doesn’t bother you then this is a very affordable way to leave your charger at home and not worry.

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3. Apple iPhone 14 Pro Max – Best battery iPhone


Dynamic Island is a game-changer

Always-on display

Long battery life

Industry-leading performance


Expensive, especially in the UK


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The iPhone can’t run the PC Mark battery test we use, but rest assured, the battery life on the iPhone 14 Pro Max is incredibly good. We couldn’t kill it in one day, no matter how hard we tried.

It’s particularly impressive given this is a huge 6.7in OLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate, and running Apple’s A16 Bionic chipset that can tackle any mobile game or task with effortless ease. This is the most powerful – and most expensive – phone on this list, but you get what you pay for as it’s also one of the very best overall.

It’s the first iPhone to have Apple’s Dynamic Island, a cut-out that’s actually a pill shape next to a circular camera in the screen but is made to look like a larger pill thanks to clever use of black pixels and software. The Island displays information from apps that are running such as Phone, Music, and other third party apps are building integrations in too.

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4. Realme 9i – Cheapest best battery phone


Nice design

128GB storage as standard

Long battery life

33W fast charging


Average performance

No 5G

4GB of RAM

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The cheapest phone on this list has excellent battery life, and will easily last you well into a second day. The Realme 9i doesnt have 5G and nor is it a very zippy phone, but its plastic build looks good, and it has a generous 128GB storage and surprisingly fast charging.

You also get USB-C for the price, as well as a 3.5mm headphone jack. The screen is Full HD+ and scrolls at a smooth 90Hz, though it’s an LCD rather than the fancier OLED tech in more expensive phones. Don’t expect to be able to play high-end games, but if battery is your number one concern then this is the cheapest way to get excellent battery life on a phone right now.

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5. Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra – Best Samsung battery life


Outstandingly fast

Very good cameras

Excellent battery life

Lovely premium object


Slow 45W charging

Poor selfie camera

Huge premium object

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The Galaxy S23 Ultra didn’t score as highly in the PC Mark battery test as some phones lower down this list, but we’ve put it higher up because in actual use, the battery life on Samsung’s best phone is phenomenal.

For the first time, all models worldwide are using a Qualcomm chipset rather than countries such as the UK getting stuck with Samsung’s own Exynos chips, which have often had worse battery life. Instead, the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 provides exception performance and battery, and we found the Ultra lasted well into a second day even with the (excellent) display set to its highest WQHD+ resolution and at the adaptive 120Hz rate.

Just like the iPhone 14 Pro Max, this is a phone to buy if you want the very top specs on the market but don’t want to compromise on battery. If you don’t need the S-Pen stylus or feel the boxy design with 6.8in curved display is too big, the Galaxy S23 Plus with a flat 6.6in screen and thinner form scored an impressive 15 hours 47 minutes in our tests and lasts nearly as well as the Ultra in day to day use.

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6. Motorola Moto G82 5G – Great budget pick


5G speeds

Nice display

Great price


Lacking in performance

Camera only really suited to daytime shots

Macro lens is useless

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Another great cheaper phone with great battery life along with the Redmi phones on this list is this, the Motorola Moto G82. It’s a solid choice if you prefer a stripped back, plain version of Android compared to the MIUI skin you will find on the Redmi options.

If you don’t mind that the cameras are some what lacking in quality then you’ll find a top phone for the money. It has 5G, a big, bright OLED screen that’s hard to find in this price range, as well as a premium 120Hz refresh rate so everything looks smooth.

It’s not a good choice for gaming, but performance otherwise is top notch. Plus it’ll carry you well into a second day of use off a single charge, which comes via USB-C.

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7. Asus ROG Phone 7 Ultimate – Best gaming phone


Phenomenal performance

Bold unique design

Fan accessory in box





If you want great battery life to play mobile games, then you might want to get a phone that is specifically designed for gaming. The Asus ROG Phone 7 Ultimate is pricey, but it’s your best option in 2023. It has the largest battery on this list at 6,000mAh – achieved by using two separate 3,000mAh cells.

There’s a fast charger in the box, and the phone can be plugged in via one of its two USB-C ports – there’s one on the long edge so you can comfortably charge while gaming in landscape. There’s also a fan accessory included to keep things cool when you’re hammering that big battery with high-end games.

A downside is the underwhelming cameras. The main sensor is good enough in daylight, but the others are lacking and the phone is well behind the iPhone 14 Pro Max and Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra despite costing about the same. But if you want a gaming phone and don’t mind this is a big, heavy device, then you’ll be rewarded with astonishing performance and amazing battery life.

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8. Asus Zenfone 9 – Best small phone battery life


Distinctive, compact design

Fantastic battery life

Strong specs

Excellent low light photography


Overheating issues

Only two Android updates promised

No mmWave support

The Asus Zenfone 9 is a truly compact and truly flagship level smartphone, so we are astounded at how good its battery life is considering its size and power. In our review we found the battery was regularly hovering around 50% at the end of a normal day’s use – that’s mighty impressive.

The two years of update promise aside, this phone ticks all the boxes. Great design with a paper-like rear texture instead of slippy glass, top end specs, great cameras, and Asus’s tasteful take on Android (i.e. it doesn’t change the look and feel unnecessarily).

It overheats a little with intense use but then again if you want to hammer PUBG then you probably already know this isn’t the phone for you. For others, it’s a top battery life phone that actually fits in your pocket.

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9. Google Pixel 7 Pro – Great premium option


Superb display

Incredible, versatile cameras

Strong battery life

Exclusive software features


Big and heavy

Ugly design

Slow charging

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Though the battery life of the Pixel 7 Pro is not quite as good as the top iPhone and Samsung picks in this chart, it’s very good and certainly the best battery life we’ve ever encountered on a Google phone. Long gone are the memories of the truly awful battery life of the Pixel 4.

This is also Google’s best ever phone by quite some margin. Yes it’s big, but that’s how it fits the larger battery in there along with a very good looking 6.7in 120Hz display and some of the very best cameras in the business. Truly, this is such a fun phone to shoot with, whether you’re using the capable main, ultrawide, or telephoto lenses. It makes you want to take more photos, which is always the sign of a good camera.

The design is a little divisive and it charges quite slowly, but once it is full at least it’ll last a whole day and then some, even when you’re pushing it hard.

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10. Oppo Reno 8 – Eye catching design


Stunning colour-changing finish

Two-day battery life

Speedy charging

Capable performance


Mixed camera set-up

Only two years of guaranteed software updates

No variable refresh rate

If we sound a bit repetitive in this article, then forgive us – it’s a good thing when a phone has near to two-day battery life! Just like we can attest for the Oppo Reno 8.

You can buy this attractively designed mid-ragner in black, but the colour changing model pictured above is surely the one to go for. You get a bolk look either way with triple rear cameras, fast charging and a charger in the box (rejoice), and solid performance that isn’t too far off the most expensive phones out there.

Despite those three cameras, it’s the main one that is doing the heavy lifting and there’s only two guaranteed years of software support, which is not very good by 2023 standards. Still – top battery life.

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How is battery capacity measured?

Battery capacity is measured in milliamp-hours (mAh). The higher the mAh of a battery, the higher its technical capacity. But the phones with the highest mAh aren’t always the phones with the best battery life.

It can depend on how efficient the phone’s processor is in conjunction with the software, as well as how much you actually use your phone. Expensive high-end phones often are faster and have better screens, but require larger batteries to compensate or suffer from crippling shortfalls (such as with Google’s Pixel 4 and its notoriously awful longevity).


What should you look out for?

When choosing a phone, it’s important to consider what you’ll likely use it for primarily and the hardware that it brings to the table. If you buy a larger-screened phone with a high-resolution display and a high peak brightness, those attributes are all going to affect longevity negatively compared to a phone with the same-sized battery but a smaller or lower resolution panel, for example.

Some phones – particularly in the mid-range and budget segments – may offer large batteries and great battery life but forgo or offer underwhelming fast-charging speeds, meaning recharging them at any time other than overnight may become a chore.

Decent fast charging speed wattages to look out for as of 2023 are anything over 33W, with some devices boasting 120W and beyond, at the top end of the current range.


What do the results show?

For consistency’s sake, we’re only including phones which have been tested using our most current benchmarking process, which relies of PC Mark’s Work 3.0 battery test to generate a score. The only exception is iPhones, which don’t support this app, so we do our best to factor those into the ranking based on real-world testing and experience.

It’s worth noting that these tests spit out a figure in minutes and seconds, but this is not an indication of how long a phone will actually last. 

In all tests, the screen brightness is set to the same level to ensure fairness and consistency (200cd/m2). The phone discharges its battery and the screen is set not to dim or turn off.

For example, if a phone lasts 12:15 in a test, it lasted 12 hours and 15 minutes with the screen on and the test processes running. These figures may vary from a device’s own report of screen-on time, as usage and power management setups have an additional effect on real-world situations.

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How To Tell If Your Android Phone Was Infected

The possibility of getting infected on Android has been taken seriously ever since malware started appearing on Google Play. The market is flooded daily with different malicious applications, mainly because Google doesn’t regulate its ever-growing market sufficiently. This isn’t exactly good news for you, since your phone may behave strangely one day due to an app. I got a wake-up call recently when my phone was almost infected as a website automatically downloaded an app into it. For this reason, I decided it’s a good a day as any to talk about how you can tell if you’re infected, and what to do to prevent it from happening.

1: Your Calls Act Funny

If you’re calling someone and the conversation suddenly stops, try calling another number. Maybe the problem is on the other end. Call a land line. If you still get dropped calls once in awhile, you’re probably infected by malware (unless you’re calling from a tunnel). Malware has a tendency to interfere with calls when it uses your cellular antenna. Sometimes, it even records what you’re saying on the phone. This is a massive breach of privacy that must be stopped immediately.

2: You Get a Few (or Many) Surprises in Your Bill

The day you get your phone bill, pay close attention to it. If you see a spike in SMS activity or data usage that shouldn’t be there, an app is probably sending messages or relaying data without your knowledge. Some of them send messages just once in a while, making it difficult to distinguish. Ask people on your contacts list whether they’ve seen strange messages from you. If you’re lucky, some people might actually reply to the SMS sent by the malware, demonstrating that something is sending messages on your behalf without your knowledge. Android might even show the message in the conversation window.

3: The Phone has Enormous Amounts of Lag

Just like viruses in Windows, malware in Android can cause significant drops in performance on the platform you’re using. You’ll either find the phone nearly unusable in the most extreme cases, or you’ll have difficulty switching from an app to your home screen as smoothly as you’re used to. This kind of performance drop is experienced either by a rogue application acting weirdly or malware exploiting your phone’s processing power heavily.

How to Stop and Prevent Malware on Android

First of all, you should have a competent antivirus app installed on your phone. I’d recommend Avast! or Lookout. This will help you get rid of whatever malware you might have right now. To prevent any infections, take these precautions:

When looking at an app on Google Play, check the reviews. If you’re lucky, a few people will come out and say that it’s malware. How many people downloaded the app? If it’s not popular enough for at least 1,000 reviews, you’re taking a higher risk.

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Miguel Leiva-Gomez

Miguel has been a business growth and technology expert for more than a decade and has written software for even longer. From his little castle in Romania, he presents cold and analytical perspectives to things that affect the tech world.

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What Is Android System Intelligence, And Why Is It On Your Phone?

Edgar Cervantes / Android Authority

Your Android phone has a host of system apps and services, all with their own tasks. One such app is Android System Intelligence. Google has chosen to name the app rather broadly and vaguely, and it’s not immediately clear what it is, what it does, and why it needs so many permissions. Here’s what you need to know about the Android System Intelligence app and whether you can remove it from your Android smartphone.

Android System Intelligence is a system component within Private Compute Core that powers intelligent features across Android while keeping your data private.

In short, Android System Intelligence is a system app that helps make your smartphone “smart.” The name is rather vague and opaque, but that is due to the “miscellaneous” nature of the features it encompasses.

What does Android System Intelligence do?

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But what does this app actually do? As mentioned, Android System Intelligence powers a bunch of features.

Live Caption: Automatic captions for media.

Screen Attention: Your screen won’t turn off while you look at it (present on the Pixel 4).

Smart Autorotate: Detects the orientation you hold your phone in.

Improved copy and paste: It makes moving text from one app to another easier.

App predictions in the launcher: Suggests the app you may need next.

Action buttons to notifications: For example, the action buttons could add directions to a place, help you track a package, or add a contact right from the notification.

Smart Text Selection across the system: Makes selecting and acting on text easier. For example, on an address, you can long-press to select it or tap to check directions.

Linkify text: Turns text in apps into links.

Live Translate: Translates live text conversations and video.

App Search: Find a specific app.

Assistant Voice Typing: Dictate text through your voice with Assistant voice typing on Gboard.

Now Playing: Recognition of music around you.

Adding boarding pass with a screenshot: You can add a boarding pass to Google Pay with a screenshot.

Note that not all Android devices will get all the features. Some features are Pixel-specific, and some require other hardware.

Can I uninstall or disable Android System Intelligence? How to uninstall or disable Android System Intelligence from your Android phone

Android allows you to disable the Android System Intelligence app. Here are the steps for the same:

Here, you will find the listing for Android System Intelligence.

Disabling the app is fairly harmless, and you can re-enable it in the future.

Since Android System Intelligence is part of the Android system, you cannot uninstall it like a regular app. If you really want to uninstall it, you will need to root your phone or use shell commands to uninstall it.

Here’s the command that you would need to run on adb on your computer to remove the app on your phone:


adb uninstall chúng tôi the app is also fairly harmless, with the caveat that the above features will not work. Thankfully, removing the app does not impact your phone’s telephony or other critical functions.

Why does Android System Intelligence need location permissions?

Google does not specifically disclose why Android System Intelligence needs location permissions. However, Google does mention that the app uses system permissions to provide smart predictions. The example that Google says relates to the contacts’ permission, but we can also extrapolate the same to the location permission. For example, the app suggestion feature will need access to your location to smartly present ride-sharing apps when you are out and about.


Certain smart features like Now Playing, Live Caption, Live Translate, and more will stop working if you disable Android System Intelligence. However, your critical phone functions will continue working.

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