LoL, the link u previously posted says that they DO stay on 90-100% when they are charging. How can they do that if they continue to drain, as u claim? That contradicts what u are trying to say!
Either way, it's a bug! Sometimes I unplug it in the morning and it is at 100ish%, and other times it shows that it has "drained" down to 70-80ish%.... It's NOT consistent, therefore it IS a problem no matter which way is the "proper" way...
Again, ur theory wouldn't explain how I could leave it charging all day and use it (while it's still plugged in), and unplug it the NEXT morning and STILL get a normal day's use out of it.
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The inconsistency is based on misbehaving apps. One example is Facebook chat. If you leave it open, it'll drain your battery as it checks for new messages. If you leave the chat, the wakelock will be eliminated.