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Even though you already drained the battery and recharged it, I would recommend doing it once more (except let the phone die), just to recalibrate the battery. After that, check out what is eating up your battery in the settings. Try playing with the different radios (BT, WiFi) and seeing what effect each one has. If all of these don't work, try getting a ...
Motorola Droid 4 XT894 has 1785mAh battery with 2% tolerance i.e 1735mAh actual battery capacity. Your seller seems to have fooled you. Also it doesn't seem like the seller put up the battery description as 3300mAh by mistake as he has put this in Title name itself You could have taken out the battery from phone and flipped it to see the battery capacity ...
I own an Android smartphone with a lithium-ion battery. I want its installed rechargeable battery to remain useful for a decade, if possible. Completely improbable. Even in optimal storage conditions, a rechargeable Li-ion battery will not last 5 years let alone 10. And optimal storage conditions means 40% charge at 0°C, not room temperature. Secondary ...
I think it's a battery issue. If you think battery is OK, try recalibrating the battery stats. (Requires root) If that doesn't work, yes, the problem is with the battery. Go change it :)
I am having the same problem, with no red light when charging a nexus 4. I changed the usb cable and it charged. The problem came back however. I just noticed that if I held down the buttons while inserting the cable, the red light came back on. After a while, it started blinking, and charged fully. I use my nexus4 for development, so it is on for days ...
It is more likely here that your battery has lost its rated capacity. A new battery is recommended. Any kind of calibration wouldn't work on a degraded battery.The charging and discharging both should show jumps.If you can, you can try the battery in a friends Nexus, Also try a different charger for tests.
În my case it was Xiaomi's Uniplay Service, which I've frozen, rebooted and the simptom went away. You have to be rooted to be able to disable or uninstall Xiaomi apps and services.
Ok, after a quick research I can tell you the following: It is a known bug The MIUI team is working on it. And maybe the best message I can tell you is that there seems to be a possible fix for this situation at this moment. Hi MIUIers, Recently there are some reports about mdnsd process draining battery. Our devs are working on this issue, ...
Battery Check Visual Inspection If the battery of your phone is removable, simply take it out with caution (after turning the phone off, of course) and look for symptoms like bulging, corrosion near the metal terminals, and green or white-ish stains Spin test Your battery shouldn't spin like this Battery diagnostics Try entering the code *#*#4636#*#* ...
I had a similar problem a few years ago with my old HTC EVO 3D which was also running cyanogenmod at this time. I tried flashing different roms and kernels but the problem was persistent. Because my battery was empty as yours is at the moment, I charged it by cutting a USB Cable and applying "+" and "-" to the battery directly. It looked really bad to be ...
If the your phone crashes even after flashing a fresh rom, It's probably a hardware issue. Does your phone heat up?
dumpsys batterystats (or dumpsys batteryinfo pre-Lollipop) should give you the information you are looking for, broken down by process/package. The machine-readable format (--checkin flag) will show specific UIDs if you need them. You will probably need root to run that command in a terminal on your device, but it should also work from adb shell.
It was happening to me to 'till yesterday. My battery was draining really quick and I went to "notifications administrator" and turn off almost every notification. The fact is that battery is not drainin' so fast. Only 15% since yesterday, so for me it worked!
By looking at your screenshot I think you should wait a few days to see if your new device settles down a bit on battery usage. Why do I say that? Even though your battery is draining fast when your screen is off, there are not many wakelocks. Give your phone a little bit off time to settle down ( syncing data between all accounts etc.) and it should be ...
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