Join Date:Joined: Jul 2009
Applicable to Galaxy Gear S also
This thread was helpful to me. I thought I would add that I had the same problem with my Galaxy Gear S and Note 4. Saumsung was suggesting I send the device in for repairs when the batter would go from 100% to off in 4 hours. It was even charging significantly slower. The battery would only discharge at a normal rate when bluetooth was turned off. After clearing the data from the gear management application the device went back to more reasonable battery consumption.
Note: I'm only using the installations and firmware that came directly from Samsung on my device.