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The answer is maybe. Some device manufactures have included this as part of their choice. But unfortunately no app is available
From a root terminal on your device: dumpsys batterystats | grep "Start clock time" That will give the date/time of when the device was last disconnected from the charger (while fully charged), rather than the time since, but comparing to the current date and time is easy enough. I did come up with a more complicated command you could save to a script to ...
Sure, my android cellphone Galaxy S2 has the function to stop charging when it's full. So you don't need to disconnect all time. Source
MyTracks is a fairly power hungry app, because it does lots of things as well as recording a track. eg it shows maps, and graphs, and gives voice announcements etc. For just recording a track, a simpler app would be better. I recommend GPS Logger for Android, which aims to be more battery effecient. It has lots of settings which can save battery power. ...
Turn off always on monitoring Apps, like the fitness applications. Google Fit has a High Precision mode that eats more battery. Also turn off "Ok Google": Configuration → Idiom and Text → Google voice dictation → Ok Google detection → Turn off all, or at least the "from any screen" config. Turn off any other monitoring App you can think about.
This is radical but very useful if you are in a remote region without cellular network or in an crowded event where the network capacity isn't enough for everybody: turn off your chips. Go to Configuration → SIM Cards → uncheck all your cards. If you have a multi-chip phone, turn off one your secondary chip that it will help.
That's a known bug in android where there is no real solution for, you live in a zone with bad reception or just in between antennas. Possible solution are: moving. Or, set your phone to 2G networks only, certainly at night. I ALWAYS put my phone on flightmode at night... if you are rooted you can use an app for that: 2G 3G 4G switch I read the bug is even ...
Finally I found the answer to my problem! I took my phone to another expert and he told me that the Baseband IC is gone and it is a hardware problem. He could fix it if I can get him the IC as it is not available in our markets because of being a rarely used korean phone. This thing is confirmed by another forum post here: ...
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