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This is a sign that you overuse your battery,frequently leaving your apps on....your battery is damaged and might need to be replaced...but till you can do that...you can always: 1.avoid charging overnight 2.use the correct charger 3.if you aren't using your data or wifi turn it off,to preserve battery life
As you probably already correctly guessed, that's device dependent. On my old HTC Wildfire (aka Buzz) I was able to switch of GSM radio separately – on my Motorola Milestone 2 (aka Droid 2) I am not. What always seems to work is a work-around: Switching to airplane mode, and just enabling WiFi again (and Bluetooth, if you need it). To not end up "playing ...
If you have root access on your device, it's certainly worth taking a look at Greenify. This app takes care for those processes permanently running in background and waking up your device needlessly: As soon as you switch your display off, Greenify "hibernates" apps you selected to be handled, so they can no longer wake up your device to "do something ...
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To be honest I think that its affected by the voltage on the USB port. Some ports are only .5V while others are 1V.
Lithium batteries were invented to avoid the issue of the 80% charge on the balance of power.... Charging at anytime has NO effect on the battery... Older batteries could only charge 80% ow the empty cycle...but NOT true with Lithium ion or polymer batteries... Charge anytime, any amount...no problem
Try this: Go to settings > Battery There you can see the list of things that consume battery. This includes all the system processes, hardware such as the screen and the user apps. If there is an application that you installed that takes up more than say 20% in that list, that app is your culprit. There is also a good chance that it is the same app that is ...
Google Maps is known for situations like this for years. It doesn't happen all the time and on all devices simultaneously with all versions of maps, but comes often enough. For me, the decision was to disable/freeze Google Maps, and use other Map apps (Locus Map, OruxMaps) instead. But let's go into details how an app (in your case Google Maps) can be "put ...
Video Looper. No permissions required. Works for me. [update] in addition to Video Player above, just found a "loop one" option buried in the options of MX player
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