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By clearing that Chart you mean that you have to reset the "batterystats.bin" file in your system. For that few apps are available on the Playstore but unfortunately you need to ROOT your device since those are system files. One such app is here Hope that helps!


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You could try some apps like Battery Monitor to check the usage of all apps. But your let's say "problem" is not so unusual. If you want to be 100% sure about that, try it this way. Completely drain the battery out, sou your phone turns off. Then plug it in to the charger for 8 hours. (That's enough to charge it to 100%). After it has been charged plug it ...


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This is not as in-depth as FireLord's answer, but I found a few apps that might be useful. These all appear monitor current and have a log feature: Current Widget: Battery Monitor by RmDroider Battery Utility Free by SUXD Advanced Battery Monitor by Codeka Battery Monitor Widget by 3c Battery Spy by Vertiform Technologies These are more ...


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Ampere shows us the value of current made available to the system by the kernel. I used three devices with different Android versions to test my answer. Here we go! Test 1 & 2: Two MTK devices running stock Android 4.2.1 and 4.4.2 Since MTK is involved, thing would behave a bit differently. In both the devices Ampere had trouble measuring the current ...


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Not going to beat around the bushes here - take it to a repair shop as soon as you can. The problem with water damage is that it's impossible to diagnose the extent of the damage by just seeing what the average user can do (ie. turning it on and off). It needs to be opened up and inspected by someone who knows what they're doing so they can let you know if ...


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After reading all the posts I tried to open the unit, but without luck. I then thought my computer USB port may be 3.4v or more, so I plugged in the Galaxy 10.1 in the USB port, waited about 20 minutes tried turning on the unit and walla it was charging. I did not see this fix noted anywhere in the posts and it may just be coincidental that it worked, but ...


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Try downloading some smart charging apps mentioned below: DU Battery Saver丨Power Doctor CM Battery Battery Doctor (Battery Saver) If you want to know what smart charging is, please visit this website. Why should I download these apps? Well basically the trickle charging is the most important part of these apps, when you wake up your phone would still ...


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As Jkubecki said; Android devices face this problem as multiple always seems to run on the back end draining your battery. So you need to run all the unwanted application to fix this issue. It will certainly show an improvement in your battery duration.


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I've had some success with mine by going to Settings, Battery, and then the Detail button under Save battery power by managing your apps. I then set pretty much everything to Auto Stop except for "critical" apps like my launcher, SMS, etc. - anything I want to still get notifications on. This has significantly improved my battery life.


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This issue is widely reported and discussed on Google support forums. I experienced exactly the same thing on my Nexus 5 when running any CPU/GPU intensive apps. In my case running SkyForce game immediately caused the phone to shut down with 100% repeatability. Most of the time after the restart the phone would show significantly reduced battery charge. ...


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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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