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Default [Q] Battery stats show android OS as 99% consumer

It was a one-time event. The battery was not draining faster, but in the graph it showed this(see screenshot below). Any ideas? I'm on stock rom with stock kernel
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Battery stats screw up from time to time. Reboot / recharge. It will come right in the end

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It was a one-time event. The battery was not draining faster, but in the graph it showed this(see screenshot below). Any ideas? I'm on stock rom with stock kernel
That's quite normal if you have not used the phone in that period.

The android os has consumed 99% of the the battery drain of 24% and not 99% of the total battery capacity. When the phone is on the android os is always running and will obviously use the battery.

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It is obviously a screwup, cause I used the phone, and usually screen consumes the most. A fully recharge resolved the issue
 
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It is obviously a screwup, cause I used the phone, and usually screen consumes the most. A fully recharge resolved the issue
If the issue is resolved, please contact moderator to close the topic

Edit : Just add the tag [RESOLVED] in the topic
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Eh?

Just edit the title to put "[resolved]" or something. Topics don't get "closed" and don't need to be. Moderators have more important things to be doing.
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Eh?

Just edit the title to put "[resolved]" or something. Topics don't get "closed" and don't need to be. Moderators have more important things to be doing.
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It's a little awkward, but I simply cannot find where I can edit the title of the thread... :\ The question still remains though.. why did this happen?
 
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It's a little awkward, but I simply cannot find where I can edit the title of the thread... :\
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The question still remains though.. why did this happen?
What more do you need to know other than sometimes it happens? It's a bug, it happens from time to time for as long as I can remember.
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