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Battery Low [Q] 4 hours screen time on my D802 with 50 percent brightness

Hello1 my G2 D802 only lasts for 9-12 hours with 4 hours screen time (sometimes less). I set my screen at 50 percent brightness, so after reading several reviews it seems like my phone is having terrible battery life. I noticed that after i updated to 4.4.2 kit kat the battery life became shorter. Any solutions?
 
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Hello1 my G2 D802 only lasts for 9-12 hours with 4 hours screen time (sometimes less). I set my screen at 50 percent brightness, so after reading several reviews it seems like my phone is having terrible battery life. I noticed that after i updated to 4.4.2 kit kat the battery life became shorter. Any solutions?
First of all question's must be in the right forum.

And i get almost 6 hr 30 min with the same brightness. So it is not so bad.


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Did you check what was eating your battery with either the included stats or with a battery app?

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First of all question's must be in the right forum.

And i get almost 6 hr 30 min with the same brightness. So it is not so bad.
wait its not the correct forum? oh man thanks dude my bad
 
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Wow dude u helped me thanks a lot! it seems like the android UId drained 39.1 % of my battery. does anyone knows how to fix this?
 
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from 100-90 in 39 min? with 60 brightness? hey guys is this number normal for g2?
 
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from 100-90 in 39 min? with 60 brightness? hey guys is this number normal for g2?
If you are playing graphic intensive game then it is kinda ok.

Is your Sync on? Sometimes it eats battery as hell. Or Location always turned on. Did you hard reset after the update? If everything is fine with that i have wrote then try some monitoring app to see what is eating up your battery


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Wow dude u helped me thanks a lot! it seems like the android UId drained 39.1 % of my battery. does anyone knows how to fix this?
Stock rom and kernel?

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