1. Lylio's Avatar
    Hi everyone,

    My Nexus 4 has started switching itself off within the last few days. When I boot back up, the phone has over 80% battery charge, although once it was at 0% which was weird. It also feels like I have to charge it more often.

    The only thing that's happened recently is I enabled a big update of all my apps. Previously, my apps were not automatically updated - the other day, I decided to just let the updates go ahead as I was sick of the warning notification.

    Now this switching off nonsense has started. Any ideas what I should begin to look for to fix it? I've checked which apps are running in the background, and it doesn't look too much different from prior to the mass app update - I don't have loads of apps in the background (CoolSymbols; Light Flow; OneDrive; ES File explorer; Whats App; Google Services; TouchPal).

    Any ideas would be muchly appreciated. Thanks.
    07-25-2016 09:58 AM
  2. pkcable's Avatar
    Has it been more than a few days since you updated all those apps? Doing multiple app updates at once like that is a real battery killer and THIS may be depleting your battery quickly. It will take a couple days for your device to recover. IF it's been a few days then I would be concerned. Perhaps it's time for a diagnostic?
    07-25-2016 10:12 AM

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