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especially on a rapid-charger, this is normal charging behavior to achieve complete 'depth' of charge. I wish they wouldn't report it as "charged/100%" if it was still trickling. Here is a graph of the charge curve. note the voltage on the battery tops out but the current is still drawn. It's somewhat an EE question, but higher voltage is provided to the ...


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BBS is more confusing than GSAM battery companion. It provides more detail, but GSAM + root can tell you a lot. If you could provide screenshots of full charge, to fully dead we can point you in right direction; if this happens in 7 hours with the screen off and no interaction all the better it should be very trivial to find. From there, you could use ...


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It would be preferred to restart the device, but before you do that, try clearing the ram and recent applications ALL THE TIME. If this fails, try battery doctor. It is a very useful tool that closes background apps and things you are not using.


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Never let it run down below 10% if you can help it. Running down to "absolute zero" harms your battery (and might even render it inoperable – which is why most devices shut-down before reaching that point). Modern LiIo batteries don't suffer from "memory effect", so ideally you'd plug-in a charger whenever possible: "trickle-charging" doesn't hurt them, low ...


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Short answer: I think not. You'll need to create/install the appropriate battery driver if you want to run it from battery (and be effective). In Linux power management is done via APM/ACPI which is handled at the BIOS layer. So when you buy a motherboard/dev board the expectation is you'll be plugged in. If you go into any mobile shop, you'll see a variety ...


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Connect a USB device with Motor, like external HDD, cooling fan ( to the USB port using a USB OTG cable. ) Play HD videos @ full brightness and sound ( from external HDD ) Turn on GPS, Wifi, 3G, bluetooth and do searching unlimited Viberator Run a virus check


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How old is the phone? It sounds like the battery is getting on in age, which typically leads to rapid battery life loss under heavy load. Greenify helped me squeeze extra battery life out of my phone, it may help you too. Keep doing tests on how quickly is loses charge in different apps. Try using MX Player or your web browser to play the youtube video ...


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You could try disconnecting the terminal by taking it apart, but you would need more power than whatever you are using currently. Such as a powered USB hub or higher amp charger.


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Try Ampere, its a new app i was using to test wireless charging, so far it shows diferences between some cable/charger combinations i made


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Android is automatically keeping Wi-Fi on while the phone is sleeping (Keep Wi-Fi on during sleep) and always scans for available networks (Scanning always available). They must be keeping it on. Try disabling them from Settings > Wi-Fi > Advanced.


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Definitely not normal. It could be that you need to re calibrate/replace your battery. This is the ultimate solution if nothing else you try works. Otherwise I would suggest either trying different versions of Android, or switching over to a custom ROM and see if that helps.


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Try resetting your Android to factory setting and see if that helps. Otherwise I would suggest trying out a new ROM, as that helped improve my battery life considerably.


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I had the same issue with my phone, it is nothing to do with OS. It is an issue with the battery, I strongly recommend to buy a new battery and replace the old one. Hope this works for you. Ok guys, lets share what we have down yet, I have changed the battery and it was a good idea but does not solve the problem completely I used another USB charger and ...



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