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Battery Life Discussion

15th March 2015, 09:32 AM |#1361  
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did a factory reset and let it drain to 2%, then fully charged..
it was going along good, was getting almost 5 hours s.o.t.

now its screwed up again, battery is draining faster than ever, its due to "mediaserver", its consuming more than 50% of battery..
GSAM can't pinpoint, tried wakelock detector but can't find culprit.. I have no pics or music on my phone. greenifed almost everything.
don't want to factory reset each time, anyone run into same issue?

Have a look here, http://geeknizer.com/fix-android-med...battery-drain/
 
 
17th March 2015, 02:33 PM |#1362  
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Switched from nexus 5 to LG G3 to get better battery life. But battery is horrible on both phones with lollipop.
So my question, switch to stock kitkat or a custom lollipop rom for better battery life ?
17th March 2015, 11:04 PM |#1363  
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Switched from nexus 5 to LG G3 to get better battery life. But battery is horrible on both phones with lollipop.
So my question, switch to stock kitkat or a custom lollipop rom for better battery life ?

i like stock 10N rom
18th March 2015, 12:12 AM |#1364  
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Switch to custom or stock kit Kat and you would have a good battery life. Tried it. Lolipop and lg dont go well.

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This is fine you dont have any issue with your battery.

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26th April 2015, 05:51 AM |#1365  
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I don't really know how i got this..

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26th April 2015, 09:39 AM |#1366  
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Actually I'm thinking about to switch from my LG G Flex to the LG G3. But when reading about those battery problems I'm not sure anyway on amazon.de there is a review of one person who said after deleteding the McAffee App there was an big increase in battery life and an other customer confirmed this und changed his really bad review of the G3 to an very good.

Maybe the peoples with really bad battery life could check if deleting this app will also improve their battery life and give here a short feedback?
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