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Kitkat pattery drain issue

1st March 2014, 07:18 PM   |  #1  
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Ok this is what happned !
2 days back I received the OTA kitkat update for my galaxy s4 enoxys version. I downloaded the update but during installation of the update an error popped up and installation failed. My phone restarted and I redownloaded d update. The update process was successful the second tym. But now I am experiencing a crazy battery drain. I read somewhere about the google services draining battery for 4.2.2. So I turned d services off and I am still experiencing battery drain. I havent done a factory reset on my phone. Should I do that ? Or the problem is sumthin else? Need help

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2nd March 2014, 03:09 AM   |  #2  
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Originally Posted by laksh2293

Ok this is what happned !
2 days back I received the OTA kitkat update for my galaxy s4 enoxys version. I downloaded the update but during installation of the update an error popped up and installation failed. My phone restarted and I redownloaded d update. The update process was successful the second tym. But now I am experiencing a crazy battery drain. I read somewhere about the google services draining battery for 4.2.2. So I turned d services off and I am still experiencing battery drain. I havent done a factory reset on my phone. Should I do that ? Or the problem is sumthin else? Need help

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go to sammobile.com look up your firmware and reflash it
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2nd March 2014, 10:05 AM   |  #3  
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try calibrating the battery as you can calibrate any Li-Ion battery by draining it completely and then charging it to 100%.
if didn't work i think factory reset is your first option Or go to android development and find a rom that suits you
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