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Wierd battery drain!! Help

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4th May 2014, 01:54 AM   |  #1  
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Guys look at this and tell me what could possibly cause this after I rebooted my phone.

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Guys look at this and tell me what could possibly cause this after I rebooted my phone.

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For anyone to help, you need to provide information.
Usually you can go into settings and look at the battery stats and find the app using all the battery. Screenshot that and post it here.
4th May 2014, 04:31 AM   |  #3  
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Guys look at this and tell me what could possibly cause this after I rebooted my phone.

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this can occur when installing rom without wipe
try to factory reset
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just calibrate the battery or go to recovery mode and then wipe battery stats.... or settings>battery> top right refresh button..!!
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just calibrate the battery or go to recovery mode and then wipe battery stats.... or settings>battery> top right refresh button..!!

it will only give the current battery usage
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Yeah but the thing was that I rebboted the phone and the status of the battery went from 63-25℅ . that's a huge drop.

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Yeah but the thing was that I rebboted the phone and the status of the battery went from 63-25℅ . that's a huge drop.

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it delete the unusual processes which drain your battery
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Yeah but the thing was that I rebboted the phone and the status of the battery went from 63-25℅ . that's a huge drop.

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I dont understand. But went such the huge drop. Went didn't the system keep up work the battery percentage before reboot.





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it delete the unusual processes which drain your battery



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I dont understand. But went such the huge drop. Went didn't the system keep up work the battery percentage before reboot.









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