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23rd March 2014, 10:12 AM   |  #1  
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Hey everyone

I am having a problem with my battery drain.A few days back my battery was fine i am using lg LTE 2 phone with a 2150 mAh battery. Overnight the max drain was 3-5 % max but now its like 60-70% overnight and when i wake a up the mobile is hot like its constantly been using. Before i go to bed i clear the ram stop all applications then go to sleep but still drains i even restarted the phone a couple of times still the same

Help please!
23rd March 2014, 01:07 PM   |  #2  
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Hey everyone

I am having a problem with my battery drain.A few days back my battery was fine i am using lg LTE 2 phone with a 2150 mAh battery. Overnight the max drain was 3-5 % max but now its like 60-70% overnight and when i wake a up the mobile is hot like its constantly been using. Before i go to bed i clear the ram stop all applications then go to sleep but still drains i even restarted the phone a couple of times still the same

Help please!

As you are saying that your mobile seems "hot"

First you need to confirm that its charger/device issue or only with battery.

First do battery calibration with this method: (In this method you need custom recovery for your device

This may help you

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1616598

Dont forget to thank him there on his thread.

IMPORTANT: You can skip this step>> "Wait 20 min after you are sure it is 100% (phone should stay plugged in)" - As i dont know much about LG devices and their batteries

Now some advice from me-
If you can cover it >>> Never charge battery again and again before 15 or 20%
Always charge your battery to 100% at once and use your device till 15% or less than 15% and then again charge it full and so on...
This will make your battery backup good as well for battery life
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23rd March 2014, 02:27 PM   |  #3  
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Hey everyone

I am having a problem with my battery drain.A few days back my battery was fine i am using lg LTE 2 phone with a 2150 mAh battery. Overnight the max drain was 3-5 % max but now its like 60-70% overnight and when i wake a up the mobile is hot like its constantly been using. Before i go to bed i clear the ram stop all applications then go to sleep but still drains i even restarted the phone a couple of times still the same

Help please!

If you are on a custom ROM, try wiping cache and dalvik and battery stats...could help.



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24th March 2014, 01:08 PM   |  #4  
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If you are on a custom ROM, try wiping cache and dalvik and battery stats...could help.



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Yes i am using a custom ROM i will do these steps and post the results Thanks
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As you are saying that your mobile seems "hot"

First you need to confirm that its charger/device issue or only with battery.

First do battery calibration with this method: (In this method you need custom recovery for your device

This may help you

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1616598

Dont forget to thank him there on his thread.

IMPORTANT: You can skip this step>> "Wait 20 min after you are sure it is 100% (phone should stay plugged in)" - As i dont know much about LG devices and their batteries

Now some advice from me-
If you can cover it >>> Never charge battery again and again before 15 or 20%
Always charge your battery to 100% at once and use your device till 15% or less than 15% and then again charge it full and so on...
This will make your battery backup good as well for battery life


Yes my mobile seems hot and i always try to charge it upto 100%. One more thing does it damage they battery in anyway if you leave the charger on after the battery is full?
24th March 2014, 01:16 PM   |  #6  
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Yes my mobile seems hot and i always try to charge it upto 100%. One more thing does it damage they battery in anyway if you leave the charger on after the battery is full?

According to the Battery Doctor app, you shouldn't leave your phone on charge for more than 9-10 hours(MAX), otherwise it WILL harm your battery.
24th March 2014, 01:33 PM   |  #7  
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You should try hibernating some of those apps with Greenify.

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Use better battery stat (check play store) or similar app to track draining application.
In this way you can find a culprit
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Yes my mobile seems hot and i always try to charge it upto 100%. One more thing does it damage they battery in anyway if you leave the charger on after the battery is full?

Yes, over charge can reduce battery life.

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