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This otg bug comes when phone is plugged into a computer in mass transfer mode . not sure if happens if you improperly disconnect the device . but that is the problem . You can reboot to make sure its not running in background and sucking up battery.


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I have used it before and found it satisfactory. It is definitely "safe". I prefer to use SD Maid for cleaning the phone though, and Greenify to manage battery life. I have found these two apps to be much more efficient.


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I, like Sharain, also use Clean Master and find it completely safe. But, I don't rely on it for battery life. I use a companion product called Battery Doctor. I find that using Clean Master to get rid of "junk" and Battery Doctor to monitor app usage, provides the optimum solution for maintaining a stable phone.


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Both a colleague of mine and I love this app, it's completely safe. While it doesn't REALLY save much battery, it does help a lot in managing temp\junk files. It's also a good one to free up RAM, such as properly shutting down apps that still run, even after you supposedly shut them down. We recommend it to users all the time (I work in an IT department). If ...


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Try resetting your Android to factory setting and see if that helps. Otherwise I would suggest trying out a new ROM, as that helped improve my battery life considerably.


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I had a similar issue with an S4 mini. I found the best solution to turn off airplane mode and then turn on wifi, which essentially keeps it from searching for a cell signal when one was poor or non-existent. You can create reminders or macros to do some of this on a non-rooted phone.


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Sounds like you could use a factory reset. This will reload your operating system. After you do that I would load applications one by one and see if any of your apps are causing the battery drain. Here is a guide on how to factory reset your phone: http://www.digitaltrends.com/mobile/factory-reset-galaxy-s5/



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