Sent from my LG-P970 using xda premium
Cold temperature increases the internal resistance and diminishes the capacity. Batteries that would provide 100 percent capacity at 27°C (80°F) will typically deliver only 50 percent at –18°C (0°F). The capacity decrease is linear with temperature. Li-ion also performs better at high temperatures than at low ones. Heat lowers the internal resistance but this stresses the battery. Warming a dying flashlight or cellular phone battery in your jean pocket might provide additional runtime in the winter
Yesterday I used Google Maps on Wifi with GPS and wireless location off and I think this caused my phone to stay awake (see first pic) with increased battery drain as a consequence. Rebooting solved the problem.
I've had this problem before after using OsmAnd (free offline map app). Back then the GPS was on ofcourse. Again rebooting solved the problem.
I think Google maps causes some wakelock in the LocationManagerService which in turn keeps my OB awake (see second pic).
Does anyone have any idea how to solve this or learn more about how this works? I don't like to not be able to use Google Maps anymore and I don't like to reboot every time after using Maps either. And finding out your phone run out of battery what you did not expect is no fun either
By the way, I am on Zeus v6.11o
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