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Battery draining excessively fast

12th February 2014, 12:38 PM |#21  
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Please stop torturing yourself and get it swapped then come and join the happy crew

My battery life before charge last night was 19hours with 7h15 mins screen time
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12th February 2014, 05:00 PM |#22  
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NLP is network location provider, and appears to be keeping your phone from going to sleep.

Make sure ALL apps are updated to the most recent version in the play store. Then reboot your phone. If you haven't rebooted, there is leftover code still running.

If that doesn't seem to help, turn off Wifi/Network location reporting, it will turn off the NLP service. This should cause a HUGE battery boost for you, because the service is keeping your phone from falling asleep. It will cause an increase in GPS usage, but not nearly as much battery drain as what you are getting.
12th February 2014, 05:29 PM |#23  
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I think it's because your menus are in Spanish.

I can stream high quality audio on LTE while driving and not use battery that fast. To get that rapid of battery use I have to also use navigation.

Replace your phone and save yourself further headache and time.
12th February 2014, 06:21 PM |#24  
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My battery life before charge last night was 19hours with 7h15 mins screen time
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I'll be damned if i can get even half of that on my One X.
By the way, is it with knock knock function enabled?
12th February 2014, 07:28 PM |#25  
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I'll be damned if i can get even half of that on my One X.
By the way, is it with knock knock function enabled?

That's with WiFi, 3g and gps turned on constantly and knock to wake turned on screen set to 50 with auto ticked.

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12th February 2014, 11:59 PM |#26  
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Yes bro, better get a replacement sooner & enjoy a complete new set.

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17th February 2014, 02:40 AM |#27  
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Yep they're right, better get that replaced. Battery on my G2 lasts the whole day with 60% to spare when I get home from work.

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17th February 2014, 05:46 AM |#28  
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Same issue here. Turns out it was Google Now. I like it too much to really turn location reporting off, though.

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17th February 2014, 07:02 AM |#29  
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so much wrong on this thread...dont know where to start...first of all the first pic you post is the Projection of use not the actual usage. second, 2 hours of screen at 50% is normal if you are on Network mode and have sync turn on and have decent brightness going (30-70%) or if you were playing games. Third, dont listen to anyone regarding battery usage, they use their phones different than you so dont try to match what they have. Even ambient temperature can change the %drop.
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