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    Default Battery drained overnight?

    Hello.... Last night I plugged my Maxx into the charger (which is connected to the computer) as usual. The battery probably was at about 80%, as usual. When I woke this morning and unplugged my phone, it would not respond. Upon plugging it into my wife's wall charger, a battery symbol appeared which showed my battery at 0%!

    I have never had a battery issue and I can't believe that it drained to 0% overnight while plugged in. Even if I had left it unplugged it wouldn't have drained that much.

    Any clues?

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    Default Re: Battery drained overnight?

    USB ports on some computers may not have enough juice to give it a good charge. that being said something must have been trying to run on your phone to make it die so quickly. i dont recommend charging via USB ports on computers unless absolutely necessary. System Panel on the play store will help narrow down battery culprits. you have no pay for it, but it is on my top 10 list of must have apps.https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...FuZWwucjEiXQ..
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    Change global to lte/cdma in mobile networks. Dramtic improvement.

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    Default Re: Battery drained overnight?

    This is the same issue I've come across in my post from a couple of weeks ago ... Haven't a clue what started it (ICS upgrade?) or how to fix ... I've had another ocurrance with in the last couple of days ... BUT its only happened when I charge while powered down ... Next investigation will be to completely wipe the device and go from there ...

    Failure to charge?

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