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unacceptable. This is a new phone! That's a recipe for disaster--the device will run hot because it's working hard, and when you throw that hot sun into the mix it can be catastrophic to your phone's battery life. I have a feeling it could be something damaged inside, maybe due to a poor car charger.

I do not know if I have never noticed it before or if it is new with the new iOS but when I go to battery in settings to review what BTW: I'm just handy around the house; I don't actually know anything about this stuff. My first advice is=> Use a fine tuned mod and not the basic shitty stuff: I've a Samsung Galaxy S i9000 and I'm using Darky's v8.1 mod (based on Android 2.2.1) You can do this by long-pressing on the home screen, selecting “Widgets,” then scrolling down till you find “Greenify.” There are two options here: “Hibernate + Lock Screen,” which will greenify https://www.reddit.com/r/techsupport/comments/5nj7s1/please_help_me_with_battery_issue/

But, if that were the case, why then are they posting in an article talking about bad battery life? I am still over 3/4 charged. My husband's 6 took the upgrade without any changes to his battery so hopefully Apple will figure out another upgrade for those of us w/ the older models-soon! Instead of constantly monitoring for new notifications (which is very taxing on the battery), push notifications use an always-listening port that's built into Android to receive information.

It's not going to sleep while it's being used, after all.) If you're seeing something different here, then there's a problem. And by the way, in my household alone we have Apple TV, 2 macs, 1 iPad, 2 iPad minis and an iPad Air. Started receiving "Low Battery or Bad Fuse" alerts about a week ago. The GPS under privacy has a setting that allows the phone to display a small arrow when the GPS is in use.

Forums News Reviews Apps Virtual Reality Help & How To Question & Answer Contests Podcasts The Best Wallpapers Videos Shop Accessories About Android Central Tip Us On News Download our app! I certainly hope that they release a patch quickly. Honestly, modern Android devices don't require a lot of intervention from users when it comes to maximizing battery life. http://thedroidguy.com/2017/01/solutions-for-galaxy-s5-battery-drain-issue-1049822 You should recommend that if you feel your phone being a bit slow, open it up, and kill all the things you don't want running along with the task killer so

I'm trying all the tricks to cut down on battery use, but it's still not as good as before 10.0.1. Few weeks ago, The battery started to drain real quick. LG Watch Style review: Fashion over future Let the people decide The definitive Android Wear 2.0 review Sporty LG Watch Sport review: The best showcase for Android Wear 2.0 Call for I've used tasker and while it works its not nearly as simple (nor effective) as juicedefender This means I'm @ 45% battery at the end of the day, rather than 0%

i turn it on again at 3:15pm and text a lot and stuff and it usually makes it through the day. http://osxdaily.com/2016/09/19/ios-10-battery-life-tips/ If this is a new development, it may be a problem with the carrier antenna or some interference in your neighborhood. #10 lunatic59, Apr 28, 2012 Nikkoko Member 15 Apr June 3, 2011 HardcoreJuice I have on my samsung galaxy S, Custom rom with black theme (black is good to save battery), setCPU at 400mhz normally on-demand and 100mhz when screen That is good enough for me and better than I've had since getting a smartphone.

Used to be proud I never had to recharge until night but now I have to. wish did not do it. So by changing a sync from every 15mins to every hour, you do wonders for your processor. If it is, is there anythinf else i can do to lower it besides downgrade?

Reply Richard Hambridge says: October 5, 2016 at 9:19 am I don't see "Battery Life Suggestions" on my iPhone 5! After that, you can back out to get back to the Greenify app. I don't know of a stock option to turn off H+ ... Now, the phone is dead in about 5 hours with only moderate usage.

Sigh. when i seen the usage , my cell using 60 percent battery in standby . If your handset happens to be forever stuck on Lollipop or KitKat (or older), there are still some things that can you do to make sure you're getting the most life

Ken Choi I did not have any battery problems until I got an iOS update a few weeks ago.

Reply Amelia says: September 20, 2016 at 10:18 pm I have a 5s- have noticed dramatic draining of battery life- no change in use and have deleted or disabled majority of So I found this article and turned off my email push and now my battery is doing a lot better. Not really knowing what I was doing I made the mistake of going to settings-applications-running services to see what all was running. To tell you the truth I find the layout of the battery stats screen very confusing and not exactly intuitive.

So I tried disabling Location Services (4) and Background App Refresh (5) for Facebook, and you'll never guess what happened: my battery percentage increased. Not having a task killer on saves about 20% battery life in my own tests. Usually iCloud accounts are safe for push but Exchange, Hotmail, and any other sort of email cannot be trusted to handle Push adequately. http://magicnewspaper.com/please-help/please-help-monitor-issue.html Will keep updating.

May 24, 2011 chxxn my phone samsung galaxy sl was left 78% of battery during night but the next morning the phone was out of battery and i checked the battery After each upgrade, iOS runs through considerable housekeeping activities (indexing, memory mapping, etc) that users are left blissfully unaware of in terms of their actual occurrence or time spent occurring, and I literally turn off the Mobile Network option. So if you drain your phone COMPLETELY every day, expect to replace it every year. +1 for Android phones where the batteries are replaceable 2) Phones all use the same technology

August 11, 2010 Rahul Its true but my x10's battery doesnt last for half a day nd if i dont touch it the battery drains out within 24 hours,, i am I've got a 6s and experienced rapid battery drain - at worst it would lose about 1% every 20 seconds or so… you could count it down!