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That is most definitely an INTERNAL batery, and I am also curious as to what you mean by "doesn't seem to recognize it". I'm not sure how you could install that externally as you imply. Did you follow the manufacturer directions EXACTLY? Did you charge it completely before powering yor device on? I am most curious becouse I plan to purchase the s5 version of ...


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I had the same problem. Most likely it's the power button problem, where it's always stucked inside, or depressed in. That makes your phone turns on then turns off by itself. I had the same problem. I found this great video on how to fixes it. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2l_6fwzuIwA


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Personally I enable airplane mode at night to minimize battery usage. So the device doesn't require a boot when I'm ready to start the day. Just disable the airplane mode. Airplane mode just disables radio signal (cellular services, bluetooth, etc), since it draws most battery juices.


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Chinese "Colorfly", Android 4.4.2 similar case. Long press the "Power" button, select "Power off". Connect to USB or charger. Charging starts a couple minutes later - depends on discharge level.


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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


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If you wipe data/factory reset in ClockWorkMod or TWRP recovery, then it should remove it. The stock recovery probably will wipe it. In general, to access recovery, turn off your phone and pull the battery (certain phones have a mode where they "hibernate" instead of powering off...) Hold the volume up button and then hold the power button. When the phone ...


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Please note that Display is the most crucial use of battery, doesnt matter what you do, Display gonna take some battery juice. Tips to reduce battery usage by Display Use low brightness. This will affect your battery life most. In most case 30% is more than sufficient. For me, i put it at minimum at home and max outdoors. Reduce the screen time out - set ...


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Why don't you want to keep the phone plugged in overnight? Per Is it better to detach a charger when my Android device gets fully charged?, it sounds like sitting at 100% on the charger for ~6 hours is not considered harmful to the lithium-ion battery in your device. That said, you can purchase a light timer for under $20, set it to only turn on for an hour ...


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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 ...


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Battery draining is common problem and there are various solutions and guides found by little searching I can give a few pointers that may help. Disable location from Google Settings, disable all connections you are not using(Bluetooth, GPS, NFC etc.) Check from battery monitor(Settings) which application or service is draining the battery most. Disable ...



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