How's everyone liking Nougat?

Discussion in 'Motorola DROID Turbo 2' started by donzz, Feb 26, 2017.

  1. SMYDSMITH

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    I have a turbo 2 on Verizon and got a security update today. My battery doesn't last more then 6 hours usually worse when bad cell signal which I think makes the phone work harder. Ihave yahoo,aol,Gmail,Facebook,Twitter syncing is there a way to set them to sync at a specific interval instead of push syncing?

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    It depends on what app you are using to check mail on those accounts. I believe the stock Mail app on the Turbo 2 has sync interval options, in addition to push. I used the stock Mail app on my Turbo 2 and had it setup to check mail either every 15 minutes or 30 minutes.

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    I use yahoo app for yahoo, AOL for AOL, Gmail for Gmail, Facebook for Facebook etc. Don't like the built in email app only the native apps that give full funtionbof email provider

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    On smartphones, most apps have individual push, notification, etc. settings. Try canceling push when you're on cellular instead of wifi.


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    I thought it was just because I turbo charged the hell out of my phone and the battery was badly degraded. Mine would need a charge mid day every day towards the end. Maybe nougat had something to do with it.

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    I've said this before, and no scientific evidence involved only opinion, but the second major OS update seems to kill a lot of phones. They work great out of the box, work really good on the next Android OS and then take a dive on the next Android OS. At least that's been my experience so far, with some phones.

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    Agree.

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    never really had a problem with any updates that killed my phone, though the nougat came close. when you think of all the different models of android phones, when you think of all the tinkering by the different manufacturers and service providers when adding bloatware, I think android has a great track record. a whole lot better than microsoft when it comes to updates.
     
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    OK. Since the last 2 patches, my phone has been draining a lot faster than normal, I have to keep it on charger at work, and it still seems to drain.

    Also, has anyone else been having shut down problems? If I get down to about 30% or lower it will just shut off. I then try to turn it back on and it gives me the message that the battery is critically low and will not turn on. If I plug in the charger it says the battery is now over 40% and I can then turn the phone back on. From that point I have to let it fully charge.
     
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    exactly what phone do you have? is it rooted? did you try deleting the system cache partition?
     
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    I'm assuming a Droid Turbo 2 since this is the Droid Turbo 2 sub-thread. But could be a different phone, and just posting here.

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    Do you have a Droid Turbo 2? I have seen similar posts on the Moto Forum. Can you post a screenshot of the battery stats, the main screen and the graph when you tap? That would help determine what is killing your battery. For the phone shutting down and not Displaying correct battery stats, have you tried recalibrating your battery for a day or two in a row?

    From the Verizon and Moto Support pages:

    If the device experiences extreme jumps in charging or discharging (5% - 90%) in just a few minutes, follow these steps to calibrate the battery meter and prevent the issue from recurring.

    With the device powered on, press and hold the Power Button for 10 seconds until device resets.

    Connect the device to the charger and allow it to charge completely to 100%.

    Continue charging for at least 30 minutes after the unit has reached 100%

    *** One key note - when doing this make sure you are using the original charger that came with the phone, not an aftermarket charger or wireless charger.

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