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    ok so my fone is about a yr old,,but wont hold the battery charge,,have tryed a few things but tonight i have done a full restore on it,,,wiped the lot,,started afresh..when i go into my battery-usage it shows my android system is using 100%,,does this mean my android system is draining my battery to quick?
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    Welcome to Android Central! Which phone do you have? Checking battery stats after only a short period of usage gives you a skewed picture, so wait until the battery is down to 20-30%, then show us screenshots of the following:

    1. The main Battery screen.
    2. The fullscreen battery graph screen (to see total Awake time and cell signal strength).
    3. The Screen category (to see your total Screen-On time).
    4. The Cell Standby category (if present, to see your Time without Signal).

    If you have a removable battery, it could be starting to fail. You could try a new battery. Or a quick and dirty test is to remove the battery, place it flat on a table, and try to spin it--if it spins freely, it's bulging in the middle, which is a bad sign. But even if it doesn't spin, it may still be worth trying a new one.

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