How often should you shut off your cellphone?

Most people have a smartphone and always have it on them. Many people also leave their cellphones on 24/7. But leaving your phone on all the time can cause it to glitch.

According to Readers Digest , users should shut down their phones at least once a week for one minute. Batteries Plus states that shutting it down and letting it rest for a minute will help the phone and the battery.

Restarting your phone every week will also help stop memory leaks. Those happen when an app requires a certain amount of memory to work but will not free up the memory when the app is not in use, according to Batteries Plus.

Restarting your phone can also help with connectivity issues. Older smartphones can sometimes fail to connect to data and Wi-Fi, and restarting the phone will force it to reconnect. Shutting off your phone will help clear away this cached data, helping your phone operate more smoothly.

In addition to shutting down and restarting your phone, you should also clear the phone’s apps from running in the background. Not doing so can use significant battery life while the phone is running.

So, giving your phone a break once a week to improve its life can save you money and save your phone down the road.

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