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Battery problems, drains too much on standby

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Aemasil, Dec 18, 2012.

  1. Aemasil

    Aemasil Lurker
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    So all was well with my phone and I could easily get 1day+ worth of battery time out of it, then one day (sadly can't remember what I did) it changed. Now I'm lucky if I can get it to last 10 hours on standby, 5-6 hours with minimal use. I've tried factory reset, battery re-calibration, alas to no effect.

    So now I seek help from people brighter than me who can hopefully tell me what's wrong and the obvious easy solution (please!).

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    These are images from the phone, with no usage.
     



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  2. ESSB

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    Having same probl but unable locate reason. However after changing DTIM in my DIR-655 router to 50 iso 1 things approved. Setting 255 possible but destroyed reminder of my wifi system!!Still recon this as an tempo solution but still next change will be a new router as the DIR-655 seems to cause this type of probl among many other operators. Looking fwd to your trpoubleshooting/actions !!
     
  3. Aemasil

    Aemasil Lurker
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    Thanks, but, eh, I'm not sure WiFi is the problem as the phone drains equally much on 3g.
     
  4. Hawker

    Hawker Android Expert

    Nothing overly bonkers going on there it seems.

    I would definitely put the wifi sleep policy to "only when plugged in"

    also, try charging to 100%, take out your battery for 3 minutes. during this 3 minutes, keep the power pressed for at least 10 seconds, and when you insert the battery, press power+home for at least 10 seconds.
     
  5. ESSB

    ESSB Lurker

    Ooops! Burried deep into my wifi probl. Sorry, missed u 3G probl. Sorry!!!
     

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