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14th February 2014, 01:35 PM |#1  
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Hi to everyone! I think to have a problem to battery. I do 2/2.30 hours of screen on, with 11/12 total. But today I have noticed a strange drain battery . I reboot my device and it has lost 6% of battery. What is the problem? Is it naturally?
I hope in one your explanation. Thank you!

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14th February 2014, 06:52 PM |#3  
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If your device is new, your battery likely isn't calibrated. It takes a couple full charge/discharge cycles before it settles down.
14th February 2014, 08:16 PM |#4  
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I had that too, several reboots fix it. I was also running better battery stats and there wasn't anything showing wakelocks or other strange stuff.

Good luck fixing it (try to reboot, look at odd apps, settings, who knows)!
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I had that too, several reboots fix it. I was also running better battery stats and there wasn't anything showing wakelocks or other strange stuff.

Good luck fixing it (try to reboot, look at odd apps, settings, who knows)!

I used Battery Widget Reborn, but recently it said strange battery life, one time the drain battery was 5/6 hours, after 10 minutes the duration was 4/5.. I don't know why, I have it since christmas. Do you try to ricalibrate the battery?
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The re calibration is a myth. What usually works is factory reset and starting fresh - that is if there isn't some app or odd thing happening.
15th February 2014, 08:24 AM |#7  
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Originally Posted by dalle95

Hi to everyone! I think to have a problem to battery. I do 2/2.30 hours of screen on, with 11/12 total. But today I have noticed a strange drain battery . I reboot my device and it has lost 6% of battery. What is the problem? Is it naturally?
I hope in one your explanation. Thank you!

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Check out the better battery stats thread. The app and the members in the thread will be able to tell you if you have an app that is causing the drain

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