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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Ils_supernova, Aug 12, 2011.

  1. Ils_supernova

    Ils_supernova Member
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    OK

    So without rooting my batterys been fine. . .pretty much what I'd expect from a phone like this. . .

    Today after using it in work and listening to 30 mins worth of music by 5pm it was around 55%

    Looking in the last hour its gone down to a silly 15% and thats with the phone its sitting there. . . .I updated the camera with the samsung store update. . . .

    One thing Iv'e noticed compared to other days is that AP Mobile is now showing in battery usage??

    I have'nt used it and Im aware reading around that even when not on homescreen as widget it will still run. . .

    Whats changed today . . .had phone for a week now and never had this?

    Please some help
     

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  2. heshanj

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    ah thats weird, i just read another post that someone was (or was it u?) had the same problem.. if it seems to be widespread, i guess ur better off freezing it or removing it, and that means rooting. weird though, im actually using the widget, and i hardly ever see it on my battery usage list (i set it to update every 3 hours)
     
  3. Ils_supernova

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    Yeah was me on XDA :p
    Well my battery is at 100% this morning so Im gonna watch it today . . .
    As I said it didnt start till battery hit around 50%
    then it was like a huge drop. ...

    See what happens today then might consider rooting. . . .
     
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    I think the widget itself is bugged causing it to use more than required usage as if it was in a continuous "loop." Removing the widget from your homescreen should fix your battery drain. If not you can download android assistant from the android market and see what is using your CPU in real time.
     

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