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Hi all my Battery went down very fast, i hope someone can help me with the problem...

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Hi all my Battery went down very fast, i hope someone can help me with the problem...

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It is not too fast, that is JB. And you use auto brightness?

1. How much screen on time.
2. You have some weather app in background
3. How much listen to music time?
 
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Uhm no auto bright I got it on 45% and music like 1hour max a day.

And I use weather app

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Uhm no auto bright I got it on 45% and music like 1hour max a day.

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Put brightness all the way down, and see what happens. Screen used 40% your battery consumption, that is why you lost that much %.
 
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Uhm no auto bright I got it on 45% and music like 1hour max a day.

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I done that, but it still drains alot!

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I done that, but it still drains alot!

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What is average time between 100% and 0% of your battery?

JB have worst battery life than GB had.
 
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What is average time between 100% and 0% of your battery?

JB have worst battery life than GB had.
pfff good question!

100-0 is like 15 max with only whatsapping.

if i use: whatsapp all day + music + facebook + 4 others apps = like 7 hours max.

and only whatsapp + facebook + music = 10 hours max
 
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pfff good question!

100-0 is like 15 max with only whatsapping.

if i use: whatsapp all day + music + facebook + 4 others apps = like 7 hours max.

and only whatsapp + facebook + music = 10 hours max
Well yesterday I got 10hrs. That is reality with JB... Ok, sometimes I got 17-20, but mostly with standby and some sms texting.

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Well yesterday I got 10hrs. That is reality with JB... Ok, sometimes I got 17-20, but mostly with standby and some sms texting.

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ahh thanks, i hope there comes fast a custom rom thats is 100% perfect would be nice!

there is also 3200 mah battery for 20 euro + a case but its big! and heavy!

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