1. CMNVW99's Avatar
    Does anybody else have the problem that they are loosing about 20 percent or so during a night despite having closed all applications and without anything running in the background
    I even put the phone on flightmode once and it still went down by 15 percent

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    11-08-16 03:48 AM
  2. jaydee5799's Avatar
    just because the apps are closed, it doesn't mean nothing is running in the background. Lots of processes are running.... 35-40 of them at a time. If you cut off data and wifi then that should improve the battery issues i would think. If it doesn't, try to pinpoint when the highest point of usage is during the evening and check apps to see which are using the battery.
    11-08-16 05:14 AM
  3. CMNVW99's Avatar
    just because the apps are closed, it doesn't mean nothing is running in the background. Lots of processes are running.... 35-40 of them at a time. If you cut off data and wifi then that should improve the battery issues i would think. If it doesn't, try to pinpoint when the highest point of usage is during the evening and check apps to see which are using the battery.
    Thanks.
    I opened device monitor and it showed that 15% are Standby caused. What exactly does that refer to. I thought that when loosing battery without usage something would be running in the background. But wouldn't those actvities be listed in different categories such as PIM, System or something

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    11-08-16 06:22 AM
  4. Ray III's Avatar
    Thanks.
    I opened device monitor and it showed that 15% are Standby caused. What exactly does that refer to. I thought that when loosing battery without usage something would be running in the background. But wouldn't those actvities be listed in different categories such as PIM, System or something

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    As I posted in a recent battery life thread, I solved an excessive drain by turning off "hold to stay awake" in advanced interactions. At the same time, Device Monitor showed a large reduction in standby drain. So I would guess that a lot of "standby" is waiting to detect movement.
    11-13-16 07:38 AM
  5. CMNVW99's Avatar
    As I posted in a recent battery life thread, I solved an excessive drain by turning off "hold to stay awake" in advanced interactions. At the same time, Device Monitor showed a large reduction in standby drain. So I would guess that a lot of "standby" is waiting to detect movement.
    I don't have any advanced interactions turned on.
    Maybe my battery is just not what it used to be

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    11-13-16 08:38 AM

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