HyperOS hides a battery improvement that you can use to extend its life. This is how you can activate it on your Xiaomi, Redmi or POCO

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The battery of our mobile has always been the subject of debate. Or at least since they changed to become smartphones with complete operating systems. Just as it is not advisable to charge the smartphone up to 100%, it is not advisable to allow it to discharge completely and users have certain habits that can damage the battery.

For this reason, some manufacturers such as Xiaomi, in its new HyperOS that also reaches Redmi and POCO phones, includes a function that will protect the battery, ensuring that in the long term its maximum capacity is preserved for longer. We teach you how to activate it.

HyperOS battery protection will reduce battery wear

Xiaomi battery

HyperOS has not been on our Xiaomi, Redmi and POCO smartphones for long, but it has been around long enough for us to have started to squeeze it to the maximum. Recently, we talked in Voonze about the hidden functions of the HyperOS gallery, which will help us be more creative.

On this occasion, we will take advantage of this function of the new operating system to extend the life of our battery, before it’s time to ask for a change. Battery cycles, and how they are completed, undoubtedly affect the longevity of the internal batteries of current mobile phones, although until Android 14 they have remained secrets.

Be that as it may, the ideal is do not charge the battery up to 100%, and for this, our Xiaomi, Redmi or POCO updated to HyperOS has a fantastic tool. It is similar to the battery protection that other manufacturers include, such as Samsung or Google, although each one does it in their own way.

In the case at hand, HyperOS will, with this option activated, make the charging cycle duration is automatically adjusted during the night, recognizing our usage patterns. Thus, it will make the phone stop recharging around 80%, and it will complete it when it knows that we are going to disconnect it. Now, let’s see how to enable it.

How to activate ‘Night Load Protection’ in HyperOS

Let’s get to the point, and as it could not be otherwise, we will have to go to the Settings of our Xiaomi mobile to find the function. As easy as following the following route:

  • Open the settings of HyperOS on your Xiaomi, Redmi or POCO mobile.
  • Go to the ‘Battery’ section.
  • Below the graph that indicates the percentage and remaining time battery, you will see some options. The one that interests us is ‘Battery protection’.
  • On the next screen, we will see the temperature the current day’s charges and the switch we came from: slide ‘Night Charge Protection’ to the on position.
  • Ready! From now on, your smartphone will charge as we described above, protecting the battery.

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