Last edited by motty69; 01-23-2013 at 08:37 PM.
"Think of how stupid the average person is, and realize half of them are stupider than that." - George Carlin
Last Sunday I tried to wear down my fully charged battery in one day. While watching both football playoff games, I was also texting, making calls, playing games, surfing the web, etc. When I finally went to bed I had 7 1/2 hours of screen time. My battery was at 24%. Couldn't wear it down.
I don't care what it is, when it has an LCD screen, it makes it better.
18 hours, 18 minutes TOTAL on battery... 4% left.
Screen Time... 6 hours, 31 minutes
Voice Calls... 1 hour, 33 minutes
Not so great. Cleared cache... no new apps... phone seems
slower as well. NOT IMPRESSED.
Use smart actions... etc.
What were you doing with your phone? My battery life isn't the same everyday. Today wasn't the best because I was doing a lot of uploading and downloading. It depends on what you do with the phone too. If I turn on the mobile hot spot as soon as I unplug it and come back to it 2 hours later and it's at 85% with 5 seconds of screen time, do you think I'm going to be upset about it? Some applications use more battery than others. It's not just about screen on time. Also, I have found that when I clear cache the phone's battery seems weaker that first day.
Yea what were you doing? I noticed one day my phone was getting hot. Hotter then I ever felt. And I wasn't even using the phone much. I looked at my battery status and saw an app stuck hogging up the battery. Force stopped and its been fine since. Maybe you had an app that was stuck hogging the battery. I usually get 30 hours with about 5-6 hours screen time on average.
No hotspot, no movies, no downloading, only Gmail and
a few websites... news, etc. No music, nothing out of
my ordinary work day. Clearing the cache should
improve performance, not slow it down! What gives?
Do it all now you may not be able to do it later