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Li Ion battery discharge is not strictly linear, (unlike a capacitor ). This ensures available power is utilised till the end of battery charge But it is fairly linear, more so at lower loads as can be seen from this figure, where C-rate or charge rate is the discharge/ charge rate Assuming your app is not a heavy power hog, it is reasonable to ...


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Looking at your issue related to battery and charging (which may not be the sole cause- I am not familiar with Nexus devices) Since you barely used it for an year, it would not have been charged either and the battery could have discharged to very low levels. Li Ion batteries have a protection circuit that kicks in when the discharge falls below a certain ...


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Not Recommended in general Battery Charging has various stages These stages are regulated and controlled by the the charging circuit in charger/ in device by firmware files to switch to various stages. Battery capacity is very much integral to this. By replacing with a battery of higher capacity (or extended battery unless OEM approved) charging may ...


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I think the answer in the email is legit, here's why: All of the following information is based on the Google Nexus 5, but the general procedure should apply for all Android phones. The mail describes two possible sources for an app developer to get the information on how high the battery charge is on full capcity: Reading from the sysfs file in the ...


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So, 5 minutes of activity consumed 11% of my battery You are mistaken in saying this, don't forget that the phone is on all the time , so that too consumes power. But yes, 1.6% is a little on the higher side, but not too much IMO, considering that you have so many apps/services running Looking at this, wake locks are reasonably under control Deep ...



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