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The two most likely causes: The battery could be dead. Lithium-ion batteries (as well as other types of rechargeable batteries) wear down over time. Even sitting on a shelf they eventually decay, but they decay faster the more you use them, and the more they're exposed to extreme heat, cold, and humidity. The socket on the phone has a loose connection. ...
The Settings > Battery menu is a cumulative history that gets reset only when you re-charge the battery to 100%. That means all of the usage history is retained through the charge cycle (which includes any partial re-charges). The closed apps' prior battery usage (as a percentage of the total charge used since a full re-charge) should gradually decline as ...
Regarding the battery drain and restarting. You need to flash a clean factory image from Samsung first. Then flash CyanogenMod again. As for the replacement, I would strongly recommend Nexus 6. However, if you're not wanting to spend that kind of money, get the 5. In sticking with Nexus 5 for the foreseeable future.
Yes, you can turn off all notifications. Your phone will work fine, but you will not receive any notifications, which will severely limit functionality of applications that depend on notifications to alert you of events and progress. Furthermore, the amount of battery life saved by doing this will be so close to zero, that I honestly can't recommend it. ...
The Settings-->Battery menu doesn't show how much battery is being used at that moment, rather how much has been used (usually since the device was fully charged or turned on). The reason the apps show up is because before they were closed they used some battery.
Sounds like they just replaced the device and gave you a new/refurbished one. Your original device will be fixed (if possible), and then it will be wiped and turned into a refurbished unit. If you didn't back up any of your data, it is gone. Hopefully you did; I'm pretty sure anytime you send in a device for service, they warn you that it could be ...
I have Xperia Z3 running KitKat & can turn off battery percentage: Settings > Personalisation > Status Bar Icons > Battery Percentage. I know your phoenis different model/brand, but worth a try.
I was losing hope of finding this on my Sony Xperia Z2 Tablet which runs Android 4.4.4, but finally I did. On my device it's under Settings -> Device -> Personalisation -> Status bar icons. Hope this helps you find it on your Samsung device as well.
This was a boggle for me as well, but I found it if click on battery, then the display at the top and then display at the bottom once more and finally about half way down you have display battery percentage.
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