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By sylwek23111, Member on 29th July 2014, 07:50 AM
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Hi. My phone after update from 10a to 10e have massive drain battery. When I checked on battery option most battery is using by Android System - almost 40%, on Screen only 25%. In 10a on first place was always Screen about 30%. Any one have this same problem? How can I fix?
 
 
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have you tried a reboot? i've updated to 10e and although i find it drains the battery more..the screen is still the main culprit
29th July 2014, 06:39 PM |#3  
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have you tried a reboot? i've updated to 10e and although i find it drains the battery more..the screen is still the main culprit

Yes i was reboot and factory restore well. Maybe i found problem - i rooted by PurpleDrake when wasn't root everything was fine. Maybe i was wrong?
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Yes i was reboot and factory restore well. Maybe i found problem - i rooted by PurpleDrake when wasn't root everything was fine. Maybe i was wrong?

This is my screenshots
29th July 2014, 07:49 PM |#5  
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This is my screenshots

Do a full cycle without charging it or rebooting it. From 100% to 0%, then check battery stats and the total screen on time.

Sent from from my LG-D855
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Do a full cycle without charging it or rebooting it. From 100% to 0%, then check battery stats and the total screen on time.

Sent from from my LG-D855

I don't know what happened but after next full charge everything back to normal.
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