Hi guys. Yesterday I came home with a new LG Spectrum after my dad and I upgraded to smart phones. Prior to that, I had a simple LG Flip phone for 4.5 years. Basically, I have a few concerns and frustrations with my new phone, and I need your help or I may dread this upgrade for a long time. #1. I fully charged the battery last night. When I woke up, it was down to 15%. This is unacceptable for me. My LG Flip phone goes a full week without needing a charge, and probably 5 days if I use it. Why has the battery drained so fast? The battery usage showed a 60+% drain for "Wifi". I checked my Wifi Settings and supposedly the Wifi goes off when not in use or if it is not available. So why the heck did Wifi drain the battery? Was my phone scanning for access points all night? I mean, what the heck was it doing, because I certainly wasn't using it. It was in standby. I see no reason for Wifi drainage. I have minimal expectations for my phone. I expect it to not be dead after 3 hours of use, or after a night's sleep. I want the comfort of knowing I can make a phone call if I have to, rather than fearing my phone might die before I can get to a charger for any reason and especially in case of emergency. This is a huge issue for me, and if I cannot make phone calls without charging every 4 hours, this phone is inferior to my LG flip phone. Today I unchecked Wifi to see if it will make a difference in drainage. I still have the other two wifi options checked off. Something about being notified when Wifi is available. Is there a way to only use wifi when I want to check my emails or open the browser? Also after I turned off Wifi, I opened the browser and Google isn't loading. Supposedly I was connected to 4G. #2. Lack of control. I couldn't log out of gmail. I read up and found a way to clear data in the application manager, but I would prefer a SIMPLE SIGN OUT feature. I also see a lot of apps were on the phone by default, and I don't know what they do or if I'll ever need them. #3. When it says Wifi, does it mean 4G or my home connection? Or was it simultaneously connected to both? I need some help understanding. #4. I received a text message giving me a temporary password the day I received my phone. I don't know what the password is for. What is it? Thank you guys. Those are my concerns. I'm a simple guy and the spectrum was a huge change for me. I was quite shocked at the battery life because it seemed like such a no brainer for cell phones to last at least a few days. PS: Also guys, I'm wondering how does the spectrum compare to an Iphone? I've never followed all these gadgets so my purchase was sort of blind.