I've seen lots of battery life forums, and most of them show great battery life (over 12 hours) with lots of screen time. I'm not even in an LTE area, but I get very good signal. My screen brightness is at about 30% and I have two e-mail accounts (Exchange push and Gmail sync).
Everyday i surf google and other thread i need i found out that calibrate battery is help to improve battery life for your phone
My battery life is suck i usually using phone out of 20% !!
Q:SHOULD I NEED TO CALIBRATE THE BATTERY ?
IS IT RIGHT TO CALIBRATE THE BATTERY LIFE LIKE THIS STEP BELOW ?
First, here's the constants: I keep wifi/BT/GPS on 100% of the time. This was true when battery life was good, and now that battery life is bad. Disabling these will improve battery life, but will not fix my problem.
When the phone is sleeping overnight, I used to get 8-12% battery usage over about 8 hours.
Ever since the Jelly bean update I have been getting terrible battery life. I had all of my settings turned off and my screen down to the lowest setting. After a while I just got sick of not being able to use my phone so I bought an extended battery off of ebay for 12 bucks. Take a look at these screen shots.
I love be this phone. Well, I really want to live it. However, I'm quite disheartened to hear others talk about the superb battery life in the LGOG, when I find the battery life in mine as simply atrocious. Under moderate to the-low-side-of-heavy use, I *might* get four (FOUR) hours of use. In tried eco mode, but that didn't help.
So I've had the S5 since its been out, and for a little while the battery life was awesome! But now, my battery almost dies every day. I took my phone back to the store asking if they could look at it and suggest anything, but they said I should be grateful that I get this much battery life out of it. I mostly use my phone for texting (which isn't alot), and listening to music.
Good evening. Ok, so i haved xposed mods on my phone. Most of them are pretty self explanitory. However, android tuner is not. I see alot of battery options such as battery calibration, changing charging voltages an other stuff. My question is. For the standard note 3 at&t version. what would be a great calibration and voltage for my battery to significantly increase battery life?