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  1. Isa Gumus's Avatar
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    What does cycles mean? Hi i use z30 sta 2 working on Vodafone Turkey. When i updated it from 10.2.0 to 10.2.1.2102 /2141 it started heating so fast even when the screen is off. What can cause this and what can i do? The battery is only about the 8h~ Im so depressed :S

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    Last edited by Isa Gumus; 04-27-14 at 06:16 AM.
    04-25-14 08:21 AM
  2. Azensun's Avatar
    When and how did you do the update?
    04-25-14 08:32 AM
  3. Isa Gumus's Avatar
    When and how did you do the update?
    Thank you for the answer. I did the update by wifi on the mobile. It said new update is available and I downloaded it. It was 331mb.

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    04-25-14 08:47 AM
  4. TrueKulcha's Avatar
    Do you have access to a computer on the Web where you can possibly do another update using sachesi or autoloader. I had some bad luck with 2102 as well.

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    04-25-14 09:02 AM
  5. Azensun's Avatar
    Thank you for the answer. I did the update by wifi on the mobile. It said new update is available and I downloaded it. It was 331mb.

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    Sometimes when updating over the air, little glitches will happen (hiccups in the connections, for example). It sounds like that's what happened. There are a few things you can try:
    -Power off the phone and leave it off for 10 or so minutes. Let it cool a bit. You can take off the back cover if you want and let it 'breathe'.
    Once cooled, try a security wipe IF YOU STILL HAVE PROBLEMS. This will wipe the data from your device. You'll have to set up everything from scratch again.
    In the future, when you receive an update, ALWAYS plug the phone into a power source before proceeding. I'm sure you did this, but it's worth mentioning.
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    04-25-14 09:02 AM
  6. Carl Estes's Avatar
    Exactly the reason is I always do the "updates" thru hardwire/pc. I have a neighbor that has something that he turns on every once in a while, and it does cause glitching in my wifi.

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    04-25-14 09:06 AM
  7. xenrobia's Avatar
    Bye, Bye...
    Last edited by xenrobia; 05-04-14 at 05:32 PM.
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    04-25-14 09:08 AM
  8. Isa Gumus's Avatar
    Do you have access to a computer on the Web where you can possibly do another update using sachesi or autoloader. I had some bad luck with 2102 as well.

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    Which package do you suggest? And how to download it?

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    04-25-14 09:13 AM
  9. Isa Gumus's Avatar
    Sometimes when updating over the air, little glitches will happen (hiccups in the connections, for example). It sounds like that's what happened. There are a few things you can try:
    -Power off the phone and leave it off for 10 or so minutes. Let it cool a bit. You can take off the back cover if you want and let it 'breathe'.
    Once cooled, try a security wipe IF YOU STILL HAVE PROBLEMS. This will wipe the data from your device. You'll have to set up everything from scratch again.
    In the future, when you receive an update, ALWAYS plug the phone into a power source before proceeding. I'm sure you did this, but it's worth mentioning.
    I already did the wipe.. but it still continues

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    04-25-14 09:15 AM
  10. Isa Gumus's Avatar
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    Sounds like there's an app running in the background. Check your Device Monitor for an app that is using a lot of battery resources.

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    04-25-14 09:26 AM
  11. Azensun's Avatar
    I already did the wipe.. but it still continues

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    Yes, by the screenshot, there is something going on with your battery. PIM looks high to me, but that is my opinion. Go through each of those tabs and look for high resource numbers.

    You can try a leaked OS if you are comfortable with doing that. Just make sure you pick the file for your device.
    04-25-14 09:33 AM
  12. Djlatino's Avatar
    That battery life is of a Z10, really strange. Either give it a day or 2, or you might want to downgrade to whatever you had before.
    04-25-14 09:34 AM
  13. igotaq's Avatar
    If you have facebook account, remove it for a little bit
    04-25-14 09:38 AM
  14. anon(8036065)'s Avatar
    very weird, my BlackBerry Z30 during arround 20 hours with hard use.
    04-25-14 09:39 AM
  15. TrueKulcha's Avatar
    I already did the wipe.. but it still continues

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    I'm using 2234 which for me is the best so far. No issues whatsoever. Z30 and z10 both shows a camera improvement as well.

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    04-25-14 10:08 AM
  16. Jimberry Storm's Avatar
    try reboot by holding down both volume key till you see boot up screen, if that does not work use BBLink and reload software just remember to do a backup first.
    04-25-14 10:16 AM
  17. Isa Gumus's Avatar
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    Yes, by the screenshot, there is something going on with your battery. PIM looks high to me, but that is my opinion. Go through each of those tabs and look for high resource numbers.

    You can try a leaked OS if you are comfortable with doing that. Just make sure you pick the file for your device.
    Only when I'm looking at cb10 at 3g
    04-25-14 10:28 AM
  18. Jbernardoo's Avatar
    Well, I can say that probably the PIM services takes a lot of time to settle in on the .2102 version.. I got this version on my Z10 and whenever I restart my phone, PIM services and System eats up my battery and makes my phone heat up. I just leave my phone unused for a couple of minutes to settle in than everything goes back to normal. Try checking out if it's possibly your PIM services, because syncing can also cause your device to overheat
    04-25-14 10:38 AM
  19. xenrobia's Avatar
    Bye, Bye...
    Last edited by xenrobia; 05-04-14 at 05:33 PM.
    04-25-14 10:53 AM
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    Sorry, I'm not familiar with your native language, but from the looks of this image its showing battery usage for the last 48 hours according to the "Son 48 Saat" in the top right corner, is this correct? If so, then having a battery last 48 hours is hardly "draining fast" as you state. I know that going by the numbers on the bottom of the chart it only looks like 7 hours, but the top right corner says 48 hours. Also note that it does not start at 100% battery, looks like about 80% battery and its down to 10%. If it is the last 48 hours, 12% PIM isn't bad as mine is showing 16% PIM during the last 48 hours. Can you take another screenshot showing "since last charge"?
    04-25-14 10:55 AM
  21. kbz1960's Avatar
    Sorry, I'm not familiar with your native language, but from the looks of this image its showing battery usage for the last 48 hours according to the "Son 48 Saat" in the top right corner, is this correct? If so, then having a battery last 48 hours is hardly "draining fast" as you state. I know that going by the numbers on the bottom of the chart it only looks like 7 hours, but the top right corner says 48 hours. Also note that it does not start at 100% battery, looks like about 80% battery and its down to 10%. If it is the last 48 hours, 12% PIM isn't bad as mine is showing 16% PIM during the last 48 hours. Can you take another screenshot showing "since last charge"?
    You are incorrect. It can show, last charge, 24 hours, 48 hours etc. It's not showing the battery ran for 48 hours.
    04-25-14 11:00 AM
  22. celalagrili's Avatar
    Merhaba Isa. Ilk nce "restart" yap..sorun devam ederse BB Link zerinden 10.2.1.2102 yeniden indir.
    04-25-14 11:01 AM
  23. tfp's Avatar
    You are incorrect. It can show, last charge, 24 hours, 48 hours etc. It's not showing the battery ran for 48 hours.
    As stated, judging by the "Son 48 Saat" in the top right corner of the screen shot that the OP posted, it would appear to be showing the last 48 hours. I know that when I select "Last 48 Hours" on my Device Monitor, it displays the battery usage for the last 48 hours. I don't know if yours displays something else, you might have bigger problems than the OP does. Did you even read my comment before deciding that I was incorrect?
    04-25-14 11:13 AM
  24. Isa Gumus's Avatar
    Merhaba Isa. Ilk nce "restart" yap..sorun devam ederse BB Link zerinden 10.2.1.2102 yeniden indir.
    Sorunun donanım ile ilgili olmasından korkuyorum.
    04-25-14 11:20 AM
  25. xenrobia's Avatar
    Bye, Bye...
    Last edited by xenrobia; 05-04-14 at 05:33 PM.
    04-25-14 11:25 AM
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