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Uff I have a S4 with Kitkat (4.4.2) and my battery drain in 14 hrs, normal use.

I'm thinking on return the Gear Fit and change into a Gear 2 Neo.

What do you think?
how do you know that the gear neo is gonna be any better ?
 
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In case someone would like to see what the Gear Fit Manager can and will do to a Galaxy S5 battery, i have pictures.

Hope this issue will be resolved soon. The s5 have a great battery but it is pointless if it can never go to deep sleep. The irony is that the only program I know may help is greenify with the xposed module and S Health will crash on you as soon as xposed is installed. :sly:

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In case someone would like to see what the Gear Fit Manager can and will do to a Galaxy S5 battery, i have pictures.

Hope this issue will be resolved soon. The s5 have a great battery but it is pointless if it can never go to deep sleep. The irony is that the only program I know may help is greenify with the xposed module and S Health will crash on you as soon as xposed is installed. :sly:

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the same issue was goign on with S4 ( I tested on both 4.3 and 4.4.2) , the fit manager was keeping the phone awake at 384Ghz and would not allow deep sleep! I have already returned it, since it was kinda pointless. My phones battery was at 30% miday when I normally have like 70% .
 
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how do you know that the gear neo is gonna be any better ?
Well I heard and tested that at least Gear 2 Neo is better in heart rating rather than gear fit, isn't it?

Moreover gear manager doesn't drain the battery as gear fit manager does

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Well I heard and tested that at least Gear 2 Neo is better in heart rating rather than gear fit, isn't it?

Moreover gear manager doesn't drain the battery as gear fit manager does

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hmm, i am thinking if thats the case then they might fix the issue ! oh well, its gone back now anyways, will wait to see what comes next !
 
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hmm, i am thinking if thats the case then they might fix the issue ! oh well, its gone back now anyways, will wait to see what comes next !
LoL great answer !

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In case someone would like to see what the Gear Fit Manager can and will do to a Galaxy S5 battery, i have pictures.

Hope this issue will be resolved soon. The s5 have a great battery but it is pointless if it can never go to deep sleep. The irony is that the only program I know may help is greenify with the xposed module and S Health will crash on you as soon as xposed is installed. :sly:

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As an update, I got a new gear fit manager update today and now seeing improvement with battery life


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As an update, I got a new gear fit manager update today and now seeing improvement with battery life


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Yeah so far it looks very promising - though the previous Gear Fit Manager was a bit random - 10% use one way, 24% another day. So for with the new update, it's not showing up in my top 10 battery drains at all. If this keeps up, I'll be stoked.
 
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My Fit Manager experience has been like this:

Original Software on N3 running 4.3 = 29% battery
Original Software on N3 running 4.4.2 = 19% battery
Today's Updated Software on N3 running 4.4.2 = 9% battery

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