Audio issues

Discussion in 'Motorola Droid MAXX' started by MontegoRX, Mar 15, 2014.

  1. doogald

    doogald Active Member

    Joined:
    Oct 27, 2011
    Messages:
    431
    Likes Received:
    42
    Trophy Points:
    28
    Ratings:
    +42
    When the phone gets hot, I'd go into settings / battery and see which apps are using up battery in the list. That may be a good clue what's going on.

    One other idea is that you may have a Google sync corruption issue. That can drain battery fast as the phone keeps trying to resync. Go into settings, and tap "Google" under accounts. If a Google account has a red circle next to it, it's having a sync issue. If you tap the name of the account you can actually see which of the individual elements are having a sync issue (if any are.) There are fixes for any of them; for example, if it's a calendar issue, you can go into settings / apps, under "All" look for "Calendar Storage", tap it and tap the button "clear data". This will wipe the calendar (so if you have any unsynced calendars, events will be lost), but Google sync will repopulate the events and the calendar sync issue will be cleared.

    Otherwise, if it's not that, and you've had this issue with multiple phones, you may want to think about it being an app problem - an app in the background may be using too much CPU. Again, that app could be listed in settings / battery, but you nay want to see if there is an app and you can live without it.

    Also, in settings / battery, when you tap the graph it shows you some more information. One of the charts is mobile network signal. If you see a lot of red there, that means you have bad signal and that will drain a battery fast. The phone increases power to the antenna to try to hold a signal.

    Anyway, I hope that this helps you diagnose the problem...
     
Search tags for this page
2014 droid maxx volume not working
,

android maxx audio issues 2014

,
audio issues