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Unified OP3 battery drain thread

  1. syafeeq9 Froyo Mar 6, 2017

    Last edited by a moderator: Mar 17, 2017

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  2. Master_TC Jelly Bean Mar 6, 2017

    Master_TC, Mar 6, 2017 :
    Put some screenshots of your battery stat, so we can see what app or service is draining.
     

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  3. syafeeq9 Froyo Mar 6, 2017

    syafeeq9, Mar 6, 2017 :
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  4. Master_TC Jelly Bean Mar 6, 2017

    Master_TC, Mar 6, 2017 :
    Wipe cache in recovery mode.
    Activate app auto-launch in options - apps - gearwheel
    What is your SOT?
     

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  5. syafeeq9 Froyo Mar 6, 2017

    syafeeq9, Mar 6, 2017 :
    Done wipe cache after every update.... Never had any battery drain on standby issue and. I have not installed any new app this week and this happen... No wonder thread about battery is very popular ... My screen on time usually 3-4 hour.... But after this draining i guess only 1 hour.... It's no fun to wipe cache every time.... It's okay for avery update but unexpected battery life like this will one day cause me problem when i'm working on call [e]1f616[/e][e]1f616[/e]
     

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  6. syafeeq9 Froyo Mar 6, 2017


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  7. Master_TC Jelly Bean Mar 6, 2017

    Master_TC, Mar 6, 2017 :
    It looks like android system or a sevice is stuck, so that your phone can´t go into sleep mode.
    Go into developer options - running services and stop all apps you can and reboot your phone again.
    I recommend you to install the app gsam. So you can see whitch app or service is causing this issue.
     

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  8. syafeeq9 Froyo Mar 6, 2017

    syafeeq9, Mar 6, 2017 :
    Wipe cached and reboot.... Will see again after few days.... Hope this problem is just one time problem.... Haha
     

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  9. G_Alejo_HiGuera_MXNF Froyo Mar 6, 2017


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  10. Mrgts Honeycomb Mar 7, 2017

    Mrgts, Mar 7, 2017 :
    if u clear all apps from recents tab a lot, then disable aggressive doze mode since hibernating apps uses CPU power.
     

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  11. kurvenfresser Donut Mar 7, 2017


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  12. Android450 Ice Cream Sandwich Mar 7, 2017

  13. G_xS1MPLYD0PEx_Gaming_bj Cupcake Mar 7, 2017


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  14. kurvenfresser Donut Mar 7, 2017

    kurvenfresser, Mar 7, 2017 :
    Android450: I know usually it is 3000. But did you read the research? The guys noticed that the capacity decreases over the last couple of month. And they think that OnePlus changed something.
     

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  15. Android450 Ice Cream Sandwich Mar 7, 2017

    Android450, Mar 7, 2017 :
    That's an interesting find
     

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  16. G_Patryk_B_sbbc Eclair Mar 7, 2017

    G_Patryk_B_sbbc, Mar 7, 2017 :
    My battery also lost 500 mAh :)
    It's funny exactly 500 :) China boyz think there is no problem, there is I want answer where is 500mAh
     

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  17. G_Mamun_Hossain_EpWx Froyo Mar 7, 2017


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  18. sinha.sandy Gingerbread Mar 7, 2017


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  19. Amiga4000 Gingerbread Mar 7, 2017

    Amiga4000, Mar 7, 2017 :
    every battery looses capacity with usage and over time.
    also those values are only a rough guideline, even if 3000 is printed on, it maybe 2867 or 3123 on some devices, it's in the variance of production.
    And everyone knows: you measure nothing but a rough value of the stuff you think you get exact. no measurement is perfect and exact.
     

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  20. G_Patryk_B_sbbc Eclair Mar 7, 2017

    G_Patryk_B_sbbc, Mar 7, 2017 :
    You can write what ever you want, math don't lie. We all know battery can lose capacity after some time, this is not secret. Question is why 500? So another 500 in next few months? And what next oneplus 4? Well some people still after all are using brains.
     

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