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23rd May 2014, 11:39 PM   |  #1  
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Hi guys, I have some issues whit my galaxy note 3, "android sistem" and "com.sec.android.sviewcover" are draining my battery Can someone help me please?
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24th May 2014, 02:39 AM   |  #2  
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Hi guys, I have some issues whit my galaxy note 3, "android sistem" and "com.sec.android.sviewcover" are draining my battery Can someone help me please?
ww w.4gp.tw/b035/1400881731822.jpg


nothing to do with it except factory reset Or flash another official firmware.
anyway u should check if Adroid.System drain battery for several days or just some days.
cause always lots of battery usage from system itself or system app doesn't mean battery draining...

24th May 2014, 07:54 AM   |  #3  
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nothing to do with it except factory reset Or flash another official firmware.
anyway u should check if Adroid.System drain battery for several days or just some days.
cause always lots of battery usage from system itself or system app doesn't mean battery draining...

When i'm on 3g android sistem use around 8-10% every hour (screen off). I think it Can be called battery drain. If it's possible I would avoid factory reset.
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Hi guys, I have some issues whit my galaxy note 3, "android sistem" and "com.sec.android.sviewcover" are draining my battery Can someone help me please?
ww w.4gp.tw/b035/1400881731822.jpg

you can delete svievcover if you don't really use it.. or make backup if you are going to use it in future.
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you can delete svievcover if you don't really use it.. or make backup if you are going to use it in future.

Can you please explain me how to delete sview cover ?
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When i'm on 3g android sistem use around 8-10% every hour (screen off). I think it Can be called battery drain. If it's possible I would avoid factory reset.

if u have s-view cover so don't delete it.
cause it s system app u need root explorer to uninstall it.

and cause u have problem with android.system itself best way is factory reset
make backup of u apps and data by Kies3 and reset it
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Can you please explain me how to delete sview cover ?

root ur device and use any file browser or rom toolbox pro, in rom toolbox u will just see that on app list but in file browser go to /system/priv-app

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