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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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Try Battery Monitor Widget With Battery Monitor you can control your Battery status, here are some features: Unplugged since Last level change Total charges Total charging time Total unplugged time And many others The google play page Hope it will help.


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The battery drain is caused by the Samsung stock app 'my magazine'. If you click on the 'location icon', located next to your wifi icon, you can see which apps often make location requests: In this picture can be seen that the 'apps' geo news and unified daemon have a high battery usage. When I stop those apps, battery drain stops. Unfortunately after ...


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There is a free guide available on ifixit.com: https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/Nexus+5+Battery+Replacement/26009 Of course, when disassembling the phone you always take various risks of damaging it, but I assume you are aware of that.


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High battery usage of Google Play Services could be caused by a number of things. A few suggestions I could make to help rectify your issue would be to: 1) Force stop the app; clear the cache and then allow it to restart. 2) Install 'Greenify' from the PlayStore and prevent the app creating wakelocks. 3) If you are rooted; try reflashing an Android L 5.0 ...


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I sell lithium-ion batteries and I can say for sure the ones that are not charged fully before first use have less capacity and fail more often than ones that were properly charged.


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It isn't airplane mode.... airplane mode only stops certain hardware from running, making it physically impossible for that to be the reason You probably have a bunch of other applications running when you go to sleep. but it will always say that Android OS used the most battery, because the operating system handles everything... try installing cleanmaster ...


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Had the same situation, I rooted and installed some app management apps, and stopped autoruns of many apps like maps, games, etc. I also removed some stock apps that I don't use which runs in background like Samsung apps. I recommend "System Cleanup" app for this .


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To add to Dean's answer, I also had a number of Android apps that drained my battery by using Sync all day long. The apps listed in your Accounts tab under Settings all sync through Google Services. By using Tasker, I scheduled Sync to run every hour for 3 minutes. My battery life improved significantly after that. Here is the recipe for the Tasker profile: ...


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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. That's not true, Battery Monitor Widget Pro has an option to choose "Calculate battery level from voltage". There are all kinds of battery meters ...


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Eventually, more through luck than anything, I discovered that this problem stopped happening after disabling 'Ingress', 'Inbox' and 'My Tracks' syncing in my Google account. I.e., under: Settings → Accounts → Google → <account name> Probably only one of these is the cause of the issue, but I don't want to risk bringing it back by ...



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