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Battery: 30%, 9h 48m 14s Normal?

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Nanocomunicate, May 20, 2012.

  1. Nanocomunicate

    Thread Starter

    Is there something wrong with my phone or is this normal? I used it for around 3 hours just texting, calling, browsing a li'l, and 35 minutes making a phone call. Could this have also dealt with the loss of 1x/3g/4g and radios turning gray then to blue constantly?

    This is what was being used during that time:
    Voice calls 30%
    Display 23%
    Android OS 18%
    Android System 6%
    Cell Standby 5%
    Facebook 5%
    Phone Idle 5%
    Browser 3%
    Mediaserver 2%
    com.android 2%
    Youtube 2%
     

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  2. javasirc

    javasirc Well-Known Member

    What was your Display time, and what was your Brightness set to?
     
  3. Nanocomunicate

    Thread Starter

    My display time is 2 hours and my brightness is set to auto.
     
  4. javasirc

    javasirc Well-Known Member

    I usually get 5-8 hours of Display depending on brightness. Voice used a lot of battery, and Android OS is pretty high. Im not positive what causes Android OS to be high like that, mine is usually low. Assuming your brightness was between 75-100% id say its normal.
     
  5. Rodent

    Rodent Member

    I am not sure on this phone(just got it). But on my incredible and tbolt when the signal was sh!at going from 3g/1x/3g/1x the battery would pretty much disappear and the phones would get really hot.
     
  6. ballroomdru

    ballroomdru Member

    My first test day I was in a building with 1 bar of signal from 8am to 3pm (yes, it was a school and NYC Public Schools are almost all bomb shelters). I went from 75-40% life in that building. Mind you, the phone didn't die until 11PM that night. You might want to monitor the signal during the day to see if that is bouncing around thus draining your battery dry. I remember a dumb phone of mine at a work Site in 2003 that drained my extended battery from full to 1/4 in 8 hours with 0 phone use.
     
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