Hey guys, I bought my Nexus 5 at launch and it's served me very well for the most part. However recently (including before getting lollipop), I've been getting a lot of issues and I have a feeling they may be linked. I'm no developer though! Software-wise, the phone doesn't run smoothly. It seems marginally better since lollipop but I still get issues where, when closing apps, my whole home screen takes 4/5 seconds to appear before I can do anything. Apps often also run slowly and crash (act similarly to if the battery saver is on). The battery life has become truly terrible. It used to get me through the day without too much of an issue. I'd have to charge it in the evening sometimes but generally it was okay as modern smartphones go. Recently however it has become close to ridiculous. Yesterday I left the house at 1300 with it 100% charged and when I got home at about 17.45 it was dead. I did admittedly use it fairly heavily in that time (lots of maps and stuff), but it wasn't as if I had a movie streaming to it the whole time. It has ended up with me carrying around portable chargers and buying powerful mains chargers so I can get the battery as charged as possible in spaces when I have access to a mains socket. I also sometimes go on nights out and spend my time anxious I won't have enough battery to call a cab which seems dangerous. The obvious answer is to find out what's using the battery so here are some screenshots from GSAM. https://s3.amazonaws.com/pushbullet...H4mdaYt31I/Screenshot_2015-01-01-13-59-52.png https://s3.amazonaws.com/pushbullet...fqJMITY1ev/Screenshot_2015-01-01-13-59-44.png On top of this, I am also having problems with what I assume is the charging port itself. I use the mA value in the first screenshot to see the charging speed and it often isn't charging at all (normally it gets just enough power to not discharge.) Wiggling and unplugging the charger sometimes corrects it and charging starts. When it does it tends to be quite fast with my 1.8A charger. Also, if you don't have any ideas, what would be a good replacement? I have my eye on a Moto X but I'm worried I'll have the same battery issues and it's an expensive option if it's no better! I should also mention I get good mobile signal so it's not that.