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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by armoredsaint, May 25, 2010.

  1. armoredsaint

    armoredsaint Android Enthusiast
    Thread Starter

    This has happened about 2-3 times now since the phone was released. T

    The phone is fully charged before I go to bed and in the morning it's dead since the phone turned off by itself.

    Also it might explain why during the day, even without use for 2-3 hours it drains for no reason down to ~25%?

    So weird, anyone else have this problem? I don't have the GPS on.
     



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  2. jamor

    jamor Android Expert

    No. Need more details.
     
  3. bjanow

    bjanow Android Expert

    Something is staying on. Always. Try a *#*#4636#*#* Then check out the battery info tabs. Get back to us.
     
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  4. INTREPID-NY

    INTREPID-NY Android Enthusiast

  5. howarmat

    howarmat Android Expert

    get an app called "spare parts"

    then click battery history

    check what are at the top of the lists under "partial wake" and "other usage"

    That will pinpoint what drained the battery down
     
  6. sunthas

    sunthas Well-Known Member

    Some app you've installed is not "sleeping" when not being used.
     
  7. Coltknows

    Coltknows Newbie

    Could be electromagnetic interference. Some places drain batteries dry real quick, no matter what type. I had that happen with my digital camera. Usually, it lasts a few hours, but in some areas, it drains in under one.
     
  8. jbh00jh

    jbh00jh Android Enthusiast

    Until you find the problem you could power off the phone when you go to bed and cut it on when you wake up.
     
  9. armoredsaint

    armoredsaint Android Enthusiast
    Thread Starter

     
  10. fortesquieu

    fortesquieu Android Expert

     
  11. Ufkal

    Ufkal Well-Known Member

    Awesome tool Thanks.
     
  12. necosino

    necosino Android Expert

    I read this and literally LOL'd at work.. Can I buy some drugs from you?
     
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  13. vladfan

    vladfan Well-Known Member

    That's what she said.

    Sorry. I had to.
     
  14. Outatime

    Outatime Android Expert

    Does anybody have a link to the actual SDK Spare Parts? The one in the market is ad supported.
     
  15. armoredsaint

    armoredsaint Android Enthusiast
    Thread Starter


    the calender was maxed out!!! that was weird, i don't see why it would be? :eek:
     
  16. AaronBBrown

    AaronBBrown Member

    It's a common problem. I had to do a factor reset to fix the issue for myself.
     
  17. bjanow

    bjanow Android Expert

    I heard about that some months ago on the Eris forum.(I think) Try doing a search in the entire Android Phones forum to see if anything pops up.
     
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  18. armoredsaint

    armoredsaint Android Enthusiast
    Thread Starter


    thanks again for the secret code :D

    so do you think it's the calender that's killing my battery? i do use outlook and it gets my corporate email also.
     
  19. armoredsaint

    armoredsaint Android Enthusiast
    Thread Starter


    what's a factor reset? can i just pull the battery or turn it on/off?
     
  20. Bearly

    Bearly Android Expert

    How did you find out?

    How can I check for the same issue?
     
  21. woop

    woop novacane (OFWGKTA)

    Factory reset = Wipe.
     
  22. AaronBBrown

    AaronBBrown Member

    No, Settings -> Privacy -> Factory data reset. You'll be back to square one and have to reactivate, reinstall all apps. It's a big pain in the butt, but it resolved one of my issues for some stupid reason.
     
  23. bjanow

    bjanow Android Expert

    I'm not sure if it's the calendar on the Exchange sync or not. I heard that Google sync might be a problem but I don't have that problem. I also just read that a full wipe fixed it for someone but that is such a pain. If it's really a problem I would give it a shot and set up everything again. Also you can take a look through this thread.

    http://androidforums.com/htc-droid-eris/81163-googles-take-battery-life.html#post770365
     
  24. egg_head

    egg_head Member

    Try this, its saved me a boat load of battery at idle.

    From homescreen, menu/settings/wireless & networks/mobile networks and uncheck 'enable always-on mobile data'.

    Definitely try this.
     
  25. Clittzen

    Clittzen Android Enthusiast

    My boyfriend has the same problem, but with his Motorola Droid. He even will plug it in at night, or put it on the holster, and by morning within 5 minutes it's completely dead. We can't figure it out either. Verizon said it's probably a defective holster... but that doesn't seem right to me either.

    I would switch it out with warranty, but then the waiting begins...
     

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