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Normal battery drainage overnight?

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7th July 2014, 08:51 AM   |  #1  
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How much battery is expected to be drained overnight normaly(7hrs)? With wifi /3g turned off.
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I get 2% with wifi on. IF... Facebook doesn't get any notifications. Otherwise it can be up to 5%

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I get 1% per night. I get all the notifications. Sync is all on except gmail.

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I get 1% per night. I get all the notifications. Sync is all on except gmail.

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Forgot to mention, i have led blinker installed turning off led at night time so that may cause me extra drain if notifications are received

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I get about 0.4percent drain per hour on standby.

Most stuff is off. (Location, BT, G now, etc.)
7th July 2014, 07:53 PM   |  #6  
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if not using, and on lte(100% of the time, no WiFi)(nothing turned off but NFC and WiFi), I lose about a percent every 4-5 hours. but my phone sleeps great, and none of those Facebook type apps installed.
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