The Samsung Galaxy S III Mini that I currently have is actually handed over to me by my mother, who had used it for over a year. She used to call a lot.. And now the total call time is 637 hours. The original battery had many issues, it would immediately get switched off when the battery was at a normal level, sometimes even when the battery is at 99 percent.
Hi everyone. I installed the deodexed version of the JB leak the other day. I've been having crazy battery drains, so I installed gsam battery manager. At 90 percent charge, media has caused nearly 30 percent of that 10 percent of total drain. I haven't played any music or anything like that. Can anyone help me stop this drain? Thanks!
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I'm running SlimBean 4.3 on my GS4. I absolutely love this ROM, the battery life I get on this thing amazes me. The only issue I have with it is that for some weird reason, when the battery reaches about 35% it seems to drain about 3x as fast while idle. Usually when the phone is idle it will drain 1% every 1-2 hours :eek: Yet when it reaches that percentage it decreases about 4% an hour.
Doing a check on wife's atrix2 bc her battery will drain very fast some times and other times not like 3 hours sitting on the table. i downloaded app OS Monitor to see if there was an app sucking the battery down. under message tab the cpu1: shutdown then cpu1:booted secondary processor it keeps repeating that over and over about every 10 seconds.
Hi, my galaxy s4 uses a huge amount of battery on mediaserver. I don't know what it does, and i can't figure it out. I tries to disable push notifications a couple of weeks ago, but that only helped for a couple of days. When i use it very easy, like listening to music or an already downloades podcast, it can use up to 30 percent in one hour.
I had a major battery drain so I followed the advice given on another thread and did a factory reset as they said the OTA update may have been the issue. Now my battery drain is fixed but am I now stuck with having android 4.1.1 or can I try updating it again to 4.1.2. A lot of features I liked are no longer available in this version.
We’ve gone over some tips for improving the battery life on your Android device before, but sometimes you might just need to analyze your battery to see exactly what’s causing a problem before you can fix it.
I'm really confused about Android memory management.
I just read here that killing apps by swiping from recent list or using task killers won't save your battery but drain more because this cause the OS to load the apps all over again next time you launch it or startup by themselves.