High battery usage

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  1. Sofia

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    I`m having high battery usage from cell standby without being in a bad service area. The screen shot shows me 0% time without service. :| Why ?
     

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  3. joshposh

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    Could be a faulty battery or just trying turn off all unnecessary programs in the background including "search for wifi" mode. That eats every cell phone battery.
     
  4. pwarbi

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    Am I missing something here but isn't 0% time without service a good thing?

    It's showing the amount of time your device hasn't been connected so in this case you've had 100% connection to the services your subscribed to?
     
  5. kofter128

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    Exactly, the phone shows that 100% of the time you have service. And about the battery drain, are those 11h of standby time the only thing draining your batter? I mean, the battery level on the screenshot, has it dropped to such percentage just by staying idle for 11 hours?
     
  6. pwarbi

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    I'd be quite happy to get 11hours of battery life from my phone to be honest! I'm lucky to get maybe 8 and that's on a good day.

    Having said that its never out of my hand so that obviously doesn't help.
     
  7. Kyler

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    I'm not sure if this is a bad thing, lol. I can clearly see this is beyond imaginable, it's too good. I don't think it is possible, it could be but perhaps it's a calibration problem to do with software? It happens a lot with Android devices so you need to be careful how you use it. Charging and battery could be an issue, but if it's more than the ordinary, I don't think it's a bad thing, lol.
     

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