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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by graphman, Dec 31, 2011.

  1. graphman

    graphman Lurker
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    Is this 'Android OS' usage normal?
    I'm using a non-rooted & standard firmware 2.3.5
    I'm using juicedefender plus
    battery life is fine I think.

    20 hours 4minutes
    display 37%
    android OS 21%
    android system 11%
    dialer 9%
    cell standby 8%
    phone idle 5%
     



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  2. WilfMoralee

    WilfMoralee Well-Known Member

    Seems normal to me.
     
  3. semus

    semus Android Enthusiast

    yup, normal.
    how much juice do you have left after 20h 4m?
     
  4. hsha

    hsha Lurker

    1st of all i really would like to give thanks to everyone on this great forums , it really helped me alot cuz im android newbie :))

    lets get started : i bought sgs2 2 weeks ago and it's really great phone , today something strange happened to me , before leaving to outside i recharged my phone to 75% and then i had to go , later after around 8 hours of average use on maximum brightness , my phone was idle and then the battery warning poped out i took it out of my pocket and the phone was kinda hot , even it was idle for more than 1 hour at least , i went to check the battery usage and i found the following .

    display :28%
    cell standby: 25% (time without signal 95%)
    android os :16%
    as usage of 1day 27 mins on battery ( i charged in between)

    what does cell standby means and what does it mean time without signal and is it ok or what should i do to fix that?
     
  5. asjdwf

    asjdwf Member

    Is having my android os bounce between 4 and 18% normal on the at&t sgs2?
     
  6. Hawker

    Hawker Android Expert

    Its normal unless you are on Siyah kernel.
    This kernel solves/masks the AOS usage "bug"
    I find it just tots up "Android System" a little more, so I think its more of a masking than a solving thing.
     
  7. asjdwf

    asjdwf Member

    So its not a problem with my phone? I thought the b
    ug was higher percentage?
     
  8. icedtea

    icedtea Android Enthusiast

    my top 2 battery usage culprits are display and OS.. just wondering, my display option is set to the lowest (auto brightness NOT ticked), Power saving enabled but still it eats most of the battery usage. . . :( using Phenomenal Blue extreme kernel
     
  9. Russell Ng

    Russell Ng Android Expert

    Normal. Screen always takes up the most juice. The screen is pretty big after all....
     
  10. asjdwf

    asjdwf Member

    Russell thank you for the help my friend. I'm curious....is the Android OS usually the second one on the list?
     
  11. Russell Ng

    Russell Ng Android Expert

    Normally yes.... I play games on it, so that sometimes takes up more juice. If you watch movies, Media will take up some juice but I think the Android OS also does some work at the same time.
     
  12. dschino84

    dschino84 Lurker

    Mu phone is using 65% of my battery i compared the settings to anoter G2 and are the same any idea why this is happening and what i can do to solve it
     

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