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By waqar89, Senior Member on 14th February 2014, 09:03 PM
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19th February 2014, 01:44 PM |#11  
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which ROM and kernel do you use?
Possibly some thirdparty apps may cause reboot.
The increased percentage of battery after reboot is not actual %, you might have noticed that the increased percentage drains faster.
The changed percentage after reboot is possibly due to some changes in the battery stats calculation (during approximation of remaining battery). It happens with me also. But as I said in the first post that my battery remains same overnight, but in this case when battery goes up after restart then my battery drains overnight to its actual level. So don't worry about it.

stock .100 kernel and rom
used greenify and battery doctor to make sure it's not apps related
reboot under intensive gpu use, such as games and youtubes
but random, at other times i can game all the way to 1%
full charge and thru 6 hours sleep, i'll be left with 50-60% battery
 
 
19th February 2014, 04:54 PM |#12  
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stock .100 kernel and rom
used greenify and battery doctor to make sure it's not apps related
reboot under intensive gpu use, such as games and youtubes
but random, at other times i can game all the way to 1%
full charge and thru 6 hours sleep, i'll be left with 50-60% battery


It's totally normal but I personally would recommend using ICS .75 because for me it saves alot of juice! And as for battery doctor it's a piece of crap especially the task killer I have used it but it didn't make a difference

This is what I would do in your situation

1) downgrade to ICS

2) root it

3) use a Battery Calibration app from play store

4) download greenify

5) try not to bloat your system

Your not the only one with battery problems in XP and its normal and expected...for example I also have an;

Xperia X8 which you know is a crap device (3.2" display, 168mb ram, 600mhz, adreno 200) BATTERY 1200 mAh

Xperia P (4" display, 1gb ram, 1ghz dual core, Mali 400) BATTERY 1305 mAh

Which shows us Sony's stupidity, I'm gonna now stop worrying about battery and just use the phone as is when needed charge etc

Thanks for this!

Sent from my wonderful Xperia P (LT22i) using xda app-developers app
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19th February 2014, 06:33 PM |#13  
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Which shows us Sony's stupidity, I'm gonna now stop worrying about battery and just use the phone as is when needed charge etc

Thanks for this!

Sent from my wonderful Xperia P (LT22i) using xda app-developers app

Haha. Well said, stop worrying about battery and use as is when needed charge

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20th February 2014, 03:43 AM |#14  
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Thumbs up Thanks , well worked for me
Good nice help
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