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Diagonise apps with any antivirus or security app and see what is the reason for fast draining of battery.usually the apps which use more RAM are the reasons for less backup of battery. Uninstalling those unwanted apps is the solution


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Well, I think you're friend has guided you over the wrong direction its not the malware it has happened because of rooting the device. Tell you what this is another demerits of rooting sometimes it results in less stable ROM which I guess is the case with you you have rooted you device, means all the restriction imposed by your carrier gets removed means Let ...


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Changing to a custom rom like Cyanogemmod might help if the rom developers found ways to alleviate pointless battery loss on certain specific devices such as your GS2. If your phone is rooted you may try out flashing 3rd party kernels to see if they can optimize performance. Some roms have power/performance options which may help, but may also damage your ...


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You don't have need to keep debugging always on. In some devices it affects the charging of battery. When debugging is kept on, the charging speed becomes very low.... it'll take more than 5 hours to full charge.... if you have such problem then keep off usb debugging, ON it only when you need......


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This seems like a fix: The solution is to take away 2 permissions: the Google search app permissions to keep the device awake, and access location. This gets rid of the wakelocks, and still appears to keep google now etc. functional. You can do this using App Ops from the play store (needs root), or if you are on custom ROMs, through "App ...


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In my experience as a phone technician, that kind of issue is most often the battery. There will usually be a 0-2% drop after a bat pull because of the required power for boot up. Does the battery have any sort of swelling to it? If so then it's undoubtedly the battery.


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You might be able to get a replacement battery. That's much cheaper than buying a new smartphone. Try here: http://www.shopandroid.com/device-selector-lg.htm


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As you already pointed out in your question, it's a matter of intervals. Of course, turning it off-and-on like a cars indicator light is more power consuming than simply leaving it on – and turning it off for 12 hours does really save juice. The matter is to find the right "interval". Not quite up-to-date anymore, but still sufficient for the "raw ...


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Turning the wifi on and off is more energy efficient than leaving it on all the time. I cannot think of a way to statistically prove this since the power consumption is influenced by other factors. For better battery life I can recommend greenify, turn off all location services and disable the "always allow network scan" in the wifi settings.


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Long press on the power off switch while plugged in, next tap on the power off prompt. When it powers off make sure the charging light remains on. If light is not on press power on quickly just so that the battery percentage shows in the center, it should blank screen again and the charging light come on and remain on. You can retest battery charge ...


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Use battery monitor in settings to see what's causing the battery drain. Uninstalling apps is not the solution, until you've identified that as the problem. You can either access your battery stats in settings or in notification shortcut.



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