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  1. Abhay2903's Avatar
    I have observed one more thing, when device is latched on to a wifi which has multiple network mode ( 802.11 a/b/n) device gets hot. When i changed my router setting to 802.11n, it works good and battery consumption is also good.
    is there any option to turn off 802.11a , b and g mode?
    08-08-14 03:35 AM
  2. Ajay Chopra1's Avatar
    If my phone goes in to overheat mode I turn off wifi for about 2 Minutes. I find this cures it.

    I believe pim services get their knickers in a twist and when it can't contact the servers it terminates a process and retries nicely when the service can be resumed; obviously this is when wifi is reenabled.

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    Isn't there any option to disable PIM services at all?

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    08-08-14 04:55 AM
  3. tkgafs's Avatar
    From the device monitor check the battery usage of your apps, when this happens on my Z10, BBM is the culprit and will show 50-60% battery usage, it appears there is a problem with the latest version of BBM (search for BBM high battery usage) lots of threads about it. Solution is a hard reset or just take battery out and put back in, and to check how much history is being kept of your BBM chats. Until I discovered this at times I was only getting about 3 hours out of a charge. Note you dont even have to be a heavy user of BBM for it periodically go daft, I rarely use it but had set it to keep a months history, which I have changed to 3 days, since doing this I have not had the problem re-occur.
    08-08-14 05:04 AM
  4. Ajay Chopra1's Avatar
    From the device monitor check the battery usage of your apps, when this happens on my Z10, BBM is the culprit and will show 50-60% battery usage, it appears there is a problem with the latest version of BBM (search for BBM high battery usage) lots of threads about it. Solution is a hard reset or just take battery out and put back in, and to check how much history is being kept of your BBM chats. Until I discovered this at times I was only getting about 3 hours out of a charge. Note you dont even have to be a heavy user of BBM for it periodically go daft, I rarely use it but had set it to keep a months history, which I have changed to 3 days, since doing this I have not had the problem re-occur.
    You said BBM's latest version is causing problem is there any way to downgrade it and which version works the best?
    08-08-14 10:01 AM
  5. dlbrow10's Avatar
    you may want to just replace the battery if it's more than 8 months to a year old and has been your only battery you use/charge on a daily basis... funny but sometime the answer is the simplest thing
    08-09-14 12:14 AM
  6. Ajay Chopra1's Avatar
    you may want to just replace the battery if it's more than 8 months to a year old and has been your only battery you use/charge on a daily basis... funny but sometime the answer is the simplest thing
    I Have bought my phone just 7 days ago
    08-09-14 12:38 AM
  7. systemvolker's Avatar
    Uninstall whatsapp & battery booster.
    Turn off device and remove the battery.
    Press power button (while battery is not installed)

    Then leave the phone for 20mins. Let it cool down.

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    08-10-14 04:39 AM
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