Is yours the Snapdragon? I keep seeing all forums with people that have the Exynos. I'm in Texas with the Snapdragon...and I'm worried to update, lol. Dont want my battery to get worse....but now I cant get rid of the notification to update to ASC8. It's almost like I'm going to either have to just keep notification up there, or, take a chance on the update. Does anyone with the Snapdragon notice an improvement on battery?
I'm going to try and put it in adaptive management before I go to bed tonight to see if that helps. I lose about 1% for device idle overnight...so it went from 100% when I went to sleep last night, to about 93% when I woke up this morning. As others might have mentioned, I don't recall my older phones losing that much power over being idle while I slept.
I got the s10e two days ago from a Samsung store in Brazil (exynos). Updated the firmware (it looks like version ASC8/ASCA, as seen in the screenshot). However, it looks like I'm suffering from the deep sleep bug. Is it possible that this update for my region doesn't contain the bug fix?View attachment 4738528View attachment 4738529
Edit: after a restart, the phone went to sleep as expected, even after voip calls. However, I'm still noticing a higher than confortable screen off drain (about 2-2.5%/h), but it is getting better with time.
There are some users that have been reporting, using apps such as CPU Spy, that the phone does NOT enter a deep sleep state in standby. Some resourceful users over on the S10+ have found the cause of the issue, which is a bug with the proximity sensor. The bug is triggered AFTER entering a VoiP call such as WhatsApp call or Skype, at which point the phone will continue to fail to deep sleep until the next restart.
Thus, in order to fix the issue, in the meantime I recommend restarting after VoiP calls, and report the issue to Samsung through the Members app in hopes of getting it fixed.
So far 1hr 32min in deep sleep after reboot. A few calls, SMSes, YouTube, whatsapp messages and web whatsapp used. On battery power for 1hr 45mins so far and 93% left according to AccuBattery.