Fast Charger is a free Android app that promises to charge your phone faster. The tool does this by disabling little-used features such as Bluetooth, for example, and decreasing screen brightness, as well as optimizing the device's RAM. This way, the device needs less power and the battery can be recharged more easily. The useful feature, as it offers an alternative for those who usually use the smartphone at any time.
In the following tutorial, learn how to set up and use the Fast Charger app to charge the battery of your fastest Android phone. The procedure was performed on a Moto E5 Plus with Android 8.0 Oreo, but the tips are for other devices with the Google system. Remember that the exclusive service is therefore unavailable for Apple's iPhone (iOS).
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Android phones can use Fast Charger app to speed up battery charging Photo: Bruno De Blasi / dnetc
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Step 1. Install and open the Fast Charger app from the dnetc page. When performing the service for the first time, tap "Settings". Finally, define which features will be disabled during battery charging. It is also possible to configure the automatic activation of the tool when connecting the charger and the disabling when disconnecting;
Configure the app Fast Charger Photo: Reproduction / Helito Beggiora
Step 2. Press "Optimize" to activate the tool and charge the battery of your phone faster. On first use, you will need to allow Android settings to be adjusted by the app. To do this, select the right selector switch;
Let the Fast Charger app modify your phone settings Photo: Play / Helito Beggiora
Step 3. Finally, just plug in your cell phone socket to recharge. By default, when the battery is full, the app will automatically warn and be disabled.
Fast Charger app optimized system allows fast battery recharge Photo: Playback / Helito Beggiora
Ready. Enjoy tips on charging your Android phone battery faster with the Fast Charger app.
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