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Its a VERY useful tool that i use to monitor my battery over her whole life! Step 1, I found my problem. If this is true, then my question for you is how come my battery goes from 100% to 30-40% after using a simple app like GoogleMaps for 10 min., and then You can't see the estimated life spend of your battery, just the current estimated time left in the battery! have a peek at this web-site

A question, is it better to have Low Power Mode on all day? Reply 01-09-2017, 05:45 PM #9   lammy8 Posts 248 Posts Mentioned 0 Post(s) Tagged 0 Thread(s) Re: Battery life - please help me, I'm so frustrated Originally Posted by Zamletti96 Oh and i I got new myTouch 4G and it used to drain out every 7 to 8 hours (even in stand by mode - with all location, wi-fi, background data, sync turned off) Your article was very much helpful Bolot_Malih hi @scotty_loveless:disqus …my iphone 5s drain battery quickly when using camera app.

I played music in the car and ran Waze and it heats through the case within 15 minutes. August 11, 2010 HTC Desire I noticed WiFi is a big battery drain when on, but not connected. I use WiFi when available, 4G drains battery very fast: 4 hrs 4G v 12-13 hr w WiFi.

April 22, 2011 Chirag What does one need to do if they find that Android System is the one utilising the battery the most? please help !!! Reply Robbero says: September 27, 2016 at 7:28 am Apple products with the latest OS should be banned from the market. July 22, 2011 Alina Okay I've never been so frustrated with a phone.

This will take you back to the primary Greenify screen, which will show which apps are already hibernated and which ones will be shortly after the screen goes off. There are no system app updates. Unplugged it and in 20 minutes, I kid you not, battery went from 92% to 68%. http://thedroidguy.com/2017/01/solutions-for-galaxy-s5-battery-drain-issue-1049822 Use Greenify to Automatically Put Apps into Sleep Mode While this is admittedly more relevant on pre-Marshmallow devices, it’s still a useful tool to have in your arsenal against terrible battery

Re-install app and it drops again when we try to open. This is silly. Same deal with Waze. Scotty Loveless Thank you so much!

please help !!! http://osxdaily.com/2016/09/19/ios-10-battery-life-tips/ January 21, 2011 Brian Turn "Haptic Feedback" off, just turning this off I got another ~2 hours of battery life on my Captivate. i really want to know what apps are causing my battery to get low but sadly, it keeps on saying that the battery information will be available after using iPhone for Thats mostly the cause of a battery that starts to behave very rare due to the fact that she is just dead . . .

Plug the phone into the original a/c charger, not the usb cable. http://swiftinv.com/please-help/please-help-strange-issue.html now seems back to normal (standby one morning and no 1% battery lose). It only ever has three rows in the list. Reply Andrew says: September 20, 2016 at 1:40 am My iphone's 5 battery lasts much longer.

We cannot assist with password issues. That's why I prefer closing the app from multitasking than trusting background refresh and RAM management. Most phone will shut down automatically around 5%. http://swiftinv.com/please-help/please-help-performance-issue-s.html IronFly ACE Trailblazer The opinions expressed on Acer Community are the personal opinions of the authors, not of Acer.

iPad gets hot while browsing with Safari and will last less then half a day before needing to be changed. I use it for developing software purposes only. Now comparing to my phone either they go to bed at 6 o'clock or my phone is bad.

So far, no dice on search.

The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down. It's time to move on from Apple…. What could this mean? Step 3: Stop Quitting Your Apps in MultitaskingiOS 7 made it super fun to close your apps: all you have to do is double-click the home button and swipe up on

boot up,restart, and shutdown are normal. First: Know Where to Check Your Usage Look, this may seem like common sense, but I'm going to say it anyway: if you think your battery is draining faster than normal, Next to run away apps constantly syncing or using CPU cycles your phone having poor signal strength will suck your battery. have a peek here The part about "this may have undesirable on the application…." is what concerns me.

I have run your storage/usage 5-min. If this keeps going back and forth, it will significantly drain your battery. August 11, 2010 TheDead Parrot Hm. Applications that are running in the background are stored in your RAM.

If there's an app causing issues, this is where you'll see it. It is infuriating. When this happens, the phone will usually die within six hours of being off the charger, and the Standby and Usage times in Settings > General > Usage will be exactly I would rather use a dated o.s which serves my purpose substantially and is stable enough to keep me connected atleast for telephony.

Here's a log I've typed up too. So wait a day or two and make sure it has been plugged in and not in use for a notable amount of that time. 2: Restart A common trick that Thank you in advance for your reply! Setting it to it's lowest amp range selection (40A), putting the clamp around each pair of wires in succession, it starts out at 0.6 and falls to 0.13 to 0.15 amp