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Old June 25th, 2013, 06:47 AM   #368 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by learis View Post
I have an HTC One, not sure which version of android that runs. When I go to settings > power > usage, I am given a screen showing the percent of each app that has contributed to overall battery drain, in addition to phone idle and other system contributions.

As far as I know, there is no details whatsoever on the timeframe this represents so I'm left to guess that it's for the lifetime of the phone. Is there a way to get details for like the current day, or perhaps for the month? Does what I'm saying make sense?
Originally Posted by GuitarG20 View Post
To the best of my knowledge, those percentages are actually the amount of power each app has used since you last unplugged your phone, or since the last time you recharged to full, not the amount it has used over the life of the phone.
You're spot on GuitarG20, the App Usage list clears on cessation of a charge, either before or at 100%. If you check it immediately after removing charge you only see HTC Sense and Android System (which does make 'sense' - no pun intended!! )

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