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Battery Info stats are misleading. People see 53% and freak out. This number is based on the battery usage, and something has the be "the winner". Also, the stats are based off usage since the last time the battery was fully charged. Battery stats are "cleared" when you charge your battery to full (or near full) then unplug it from the charger. Now if ...
As long as you don't go full ham with your device's CPU load, everything should be fine in terms of damage/wear. Remember that keeping your CPU active will grind your battery very quickly, but it might be worth, if you need your device's temperature to be above 0°C.
With the Lollipop update for the Moto 360 and the latest Android Wear app, it is possible. From the Android Wear app, go to the main screen and tap the settings gear. From there there is a "Watch Battery" option that will show you the requested information.
There is no app that does that, and there never will be, because it is impossible. The voltage of a battery does not tell you how much charge a battery has, nor does any other characteristic of the battery. Battery voltage does drop as capacity drops, but the voltage drop is a function of the percentage of charge, not amount of charge. It is impossible to ...
Do you have the option on to only download updates when connected to wifi? Perhaps when you arrive home it starts updating your apps (though 30 mins every day sounds a bit long for this)
Because the problem is only happening at your house it is mostly likely something using your GPS. Do you have moto assist turned on for when your at home? If you do I would suggest turning it off and seeing if the battery is still being drained. If that isn't the cause try turning off your location services and see if that fixes it. If that fixes it you can ...
I dont know if you overclock you CPU or something like that.. Or if you have custom rom or stock.. If you have root, you can use battery calibration app which remove batterystats.bin file and your OS generates new one. It will help. Your phone thinks that you have still the previous battery. Calibrate it. I had same issue on my Galaxy S3
The charging issue may be caused thanks to some app which is running on background and a lot burdens CPU. Try to kill all apps before/while charging to decrease CPU consumption That 4 hours of nonstop usage are normal I think. If you were playing games or something like that you should be happy for 4 hours. :) So answer is: Yes, It's normal. Look at ...
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