I noticed that after 6.0.1 wifi drains my battery when it's off and not even kept on during sleep (it's set on never). Wi-Fi frequency band is automatic though. Location is set on battery saving mode.
When I go to battery details the first thing to appear after charging the phone to the full is Wi-Fi to 1%. The time running increases little by little, no CPU usage and the computed power use also rises in mAh as time goes by.
It seems like all of a sudden my Nexus 5 has decided that whenever I have Bluetooth turned on that it is holding the device awake. Even when no devices are connected (connects to my car and a BT speaker).
I'm sure it didn't used to do this.
Because of the hold awake battery life is down compared to normal.
Then from GSAM:
You can see that BT sharing takes up a non-trivial amount of power. I'd like to get this thing back to normal.
Fully patched firmware, including today's Security patch.
I'm currently working around this by turning BT on only when I want to use it. That is difficult....
My N5 decided suddenly the other day to stop working. I held it, it turned off and on and then the boot animation just continued. I have googled and tried everything I can but it seems to go wrong someplace every time. I tried to wipe it from recovery mode but then it gave this as "error message".
-- Wiping data... Formatting /data... E:Failed to mount /cache (Invalid argument) Formatting /cache E:Failed to mount /cache (Invalid argument) E:Can't mount /cache/recovery/log
I flashed a ROM, and I coundl't find my SIM Card.I did another flash/rom etc.. Nothing worked for a working SIM Card. I though I load my phone till hi charges up.And now, I turn my phone on. He goes on and than suddenly turned off.He doens't charge/load or anything. Nothing... I charge with a USB cable to my PC or to the wall. But no lights.
I just flashed android m with wugfresh and I noticed that my 32g nexus 5 is saying that I have 11g free of 12g is this a known issue or did I screw up somewhere because my nexus 5 is running great I am just concerned about the memory problem.
I leave my WiFi constantly turned on on my phone. I use WiFi at home and work so it will automatically connect when I'm in those 2 places, but anywhere else it isn't connected. Is it still using battery even if its not connected? Does it search for a connection when its not connected, sort of like the radios searching for a cellular signal?
I sometimes experience heavy echo.Often, it's when I call my mom's verizon land-line; her cordless phone is connected to a medical alert "fallen-can't-get-up" device so I kind assumed it was related to that.Recently, however, I've had sporadic echo talking to other users.
Just now I turned off noise suppression and turned on call clarity enhancement.However, it occurs to me that since I have another LG G4 on my account and also a samsung, I should do some comparisons between the phones to make sure it's not my phone.
If i leave my phone unplugged overnight it will drop at least down 20 or 30 percent. The only apps that I have opened that possibly check the internet are facebook & my weather network app. I have the weather app set to check every hour. So how could it drop so fast? I also have wifi turned on but does that kill it that quickly?
I am having a major problem with my Xeparia Ray, the battery dies even when the phone is turned off and not in use. This is on top of the very short battery life I get.I was wondering whether anyone else had suffered with the dying battery whilst turned off problem. If you have did you find a solution to it. Unless I am using the function I turn off wifi, bluetooth, gps etc.I love the Android system and the compact format of the Ray, but I am getting very close it hitting the phone with a very big hammer and switch back to Samsung.
Since updating to iOS 5.1.1 I have had battery problems, discharging at around 4% per hour even when not used. Turning off every concieveable service and reloaded iOS as a new device unfortunately has not solved the problem. I have resorted to leaving the phone plugged in all of the time and recently started to turn it off overnight. To my surprise, the phone continues to discharge when turned off!
I have noticed that while in the battery stats screen Wifi is using over 10% of my battery and is on the top of the list. It was never like that in Android 5.1.1. I have restarted my phone several times.
Since T-Mobile offers unlimited streaming for many of the music services like Slacker, DI, Sky.fm that I subscribe to I wonder streaming them on LTE if it uses less battery life than streaming them on WiFi on 5 Ghz?
Strange that there aren't much complaints about that, but after I got the even buggier 5.0.1 update, the WiFi's battery drain is unstoppable. My usage and settings are exactly how I left them before the update several days ago. WiFi uses about 60% while the phone sleeping. No abnormal wakelocks details detected
I have the same problem with my xperia z3, there is some solution, I tried with the yellow button but nothing has worked, I live in Argentina and no support for xperia z3, I can send it to the US for repair, the phone is in warranty .
I have a problem with my iPhone 3G It was working so well yesterday, however the past 4 days every time it gets down to 30ish% battery it turns itself off. Last night I put it on charge, looked at it after an hour and it was stuck on a black screen with a red low battery logo, i reset it and it went back to it over and over. I tried to put it into DFU mode and it worked, itunes then recognized it and I tried to restore it on my mac however half way through it said the iphone disconnected, I tried it again same thing. Is this the battery needing to be replaced?
My xperia x8 keeps restarting-I tried to remove the battery & turned it off; and turn it on again, but the same thing happens. I cannot get to the main menu. It just keeps repeating the same process over & over again. This happened when I was using an app. The app lagged and it restarted and now it keeps restarting. When I connected it to a charger and turned off, it's fully charged.