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Discussion in 'Samsung Galaxy Note 2' started by jbrianchamberlin, Feb 26, 2013.
Not sure what I'm doing wrong. Battery seems to drain fast.
You might have a rogue app draining the battery. Mine lasts all day with close to 50% by the time I get home. One day I t tried my hardest to kill it and after a 20 hour day I still had 15% left with 7 hours of screen time. I really hope you find out what it is. ..
How can you find out if you have a rogue app?
You could check in Menu>Settings>Battery to see what is using most of your battery.
For a much more detailed view of what's happening, install GSam Battery Monitor from Play store. There is a free version. It will show exactly what apps or processes are sucking the life out of your battery.
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Fringe reception area's will also smoke a battery pretty fast. But yea, this phone should last for dang ever right outta the box!
keep a spare battery and charger at work. Swap them when to get ready to go home.
You'll never run out of juice.
Coming from a Razr Maxx, I am very impressed with the battery.
Do you have a lot of things synced, like your FB, Twitter, mail?
Came from the Maxx as well. It will last me from 5am-10pm with heavy use.
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One app that I know kills the battery is Words With Friends. I get up every morning and unplug my phone from the charger at 6:30. With my normal usage, by the time I go to bed around midnight or 1 am, the battery level will be at around 30 percent. However, if I am going back and forth with my wife on Words With Friends for that day, the battery will hit 30 percent around 7 or 8 pm.
My Note 2 goes all day also. I start at 100% in the morning and at 40-50% at night when it goes on the charger and that is with EVERYTHING synced. 4 Email accounts, Facebook, Twitter, Engadget and BW.
Yeah that words with friends is always showing up in the notification window.
One thing I noticed is that this battery takes forever to charge. Has anyone else found this to be true?