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Old November 22nd, 2013, 08:18 PM   #1 (permalink)
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See where it spikes up, does anyone elses do this? Never owned a dvice where this has happened.


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I don't see any spikes, I see changes in battery drain, If an app stops running, or a piece of hardware turns off (say the GPS receiver), the battery terminal voltage will rise a bit. A spike would be the battery near the right end of the graph shooting up, for a very short time, to as high as the left side of the graph. That would surprise (and bother) me. But your battery graph looks pretty normal.
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I don't see any spikes, I see changes in battery drain, If an app stops running, or a piece of hardware turns off (say the GPS receiver), the battery terminal voltage will rise a bit. A spike would be the battery near the right end of the graph shooting up, for a very short time, to as high as the left side of the graph. That would surprise (and bother) me. But your battery graph looks pretty normal.
lol that's what I meant, "changes in battery drain"
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Apps turn on and off. Hardware turns on and off. That changes the amount of battery drain. That's normal. Watch the power meter of your house speed up and slow down during the day.
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