Battery usage

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    Is it normal to have 35% of battery taken up by the android OS?
    If not, how can i fix it so it doesn't?
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    mine is 36% o_O
     
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    It is not normal. Ideally, it should be under 10%, teens at the most. I honestly forget where/what post this was on. I'm running 4-9%.

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    Wouldn't it depend on what you're doing? Mine varies but has been higher and lower than its current 15%.
     
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    mine varies as well, usually in the 20-40% range, sometimes it is very low, other times it randomly shoots up in the 60's, which drains the battery quick. doesn't seem to happen as much since the OTA update tho.
     
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    I am having this issue , being around 30%, any suggestions how to change this?
     
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    Also depends on how low your battery is at. Mine Android OS is at 35% right now, but my battery is still in the 90% range. So that is 35% of only that small 10% of the battery that has been used so far. When I click on Android OS CPU time is only 9m out of the over three hours it has been unplugged. So in that case then no that is not a problem.
     
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    my battery is at 30%. it pretty much just sits on my desk, with some texting for 9hrs a day. i have to charge it typically by 10pm
     
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    My battery is at 60% and my OS has used 54% of the battery. I have been off the charger 10:34. I did some light web surfing, played Quisr for a few minutes, left data on constantly and received read and deleted about 20 emails and texts as well as a few short voice calls.
     
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    Thanks guys,

    Glad to know it wasn't just me.
    Thought there was something wrong with my phone.


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