Battery use widgetSupport


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  1. Alonzzo2

    Alonzzo2 Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    There's a battery use widget which is actually a shortcut to a menu (or a hidden menu, i didnt find it anyway) that shows the percentage of the battery that every process used.

    It shows me:
    Android System : 70%
    Cell Standby : 14%
    Phone Idle : 14%
    Android OS : 2%

    can anyone share his usage statistics? Im not sure if its normal.

    anyway, no matter what i do to my phone - running 1.6.3.1 , with APN on, sync off, wifi off, gps off, wireless networks off, around 30 minutes of accessing the network and 30 minutes of calls - the battery almost dies at night.
     

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  2. nimrodsv

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    u got the no-sleep Issue.

    try rebooting the phone after unplugging it or after long calls..

    the android system shouldnt get 70% of usage... its too high
     
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    Alonzzo2 Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    So should this be my indication of the no sleep bug?
    high percentage of the Android System? how much is high? >20%?
     
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    its not mathematical but its something like that, yes. depends on your usage of the phone, if u use the phone alot the percentage will be higher
     
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    Alonzzo2 Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    I rebooted 13 minutes ago and it shows me:
    Android System : 93%
    Cell Standby : 4%
    Phone Idle : 3%

    in these 13 minutes i had a 10 seconds phone call, and thats it.

    So im not sure its the no sleep bug...
     
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    i think you should wait longer than that...

    but maybe you have any app that can cause that?
     
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    Alonzzo2 Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    I think the app Spare parts > Battery history > Other usage > Running is a better indication.
    and currently it shows 37% running .

    I dont have lots of apps installed. maybe its feedr... im not sure.
     

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