01-14-2014 09:51 AM
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  1. gameson's Avatar
    Just curious, mine is at 50% for 1 days 15 hours

    the top 5 are

    screen 15%
    tablet idle 14%
    android OS 14%
    wifi 13%
    GT Racing 2 - 11% (27m 9 s only CPU total)

    not sure if this is good or bad
    11-25-2013 02:09 PM
  2. alcathoe's Avatar
    I have been disappointed with battery life so far, average between 4-5 hours on a charge, with brightness turned down and checking to make sure there are no apps running in the background, My current breakdown is
    81% on 14 h 16m 52 s
    Screen 20%
    Tablet Idle 12%
    WiFi 12%
    Dead Trigger 2 11m 35s
    Real Racing 10m 50s Even when I refrain from games, battery life isn't any better

    Posted via Android Central App
    11-25-2013 02:35 PM
  3. gameson's Avatar
    that's what I thought as well, hence the thread. I think that the battery life on N7 sucks considering KitKat is supposedly improve it.
    11-25-2013 04:19 PM
  4. alcathoe's Avatar
    It certainly hasn't matched the initial reviews which were claiming almost 8 hours of battery life per charge.

    Posted via Android Central App
    11-25-2013 05:00 PM
  5. thatguy97's Avatar
    It's not great but certainly not bad either I get around 6 to 7 hours and 9 hours on a good day
    11-25-2013 05:37 PM
  6. Android_1234's Avatar
    Not a big fan of the battery life.
    My current breakdown is:
    22% on 4D 2H 30M
    Android OS 28%
    Tablet idele 18%
    WiFi 17%
    Google Services 13%
    Screen 8% (Time on 1h 25m)
    Chrome 3%
    Camera 2%
    Android System 2%
    Mediaserver 2%
    Google Search 2%
    11-25-2013 05:53 PM
  7. bontjes's Avatar
    I have no problem getting mine to last all day. Probably 6-8 hours of us here as well. From the time I wake up to I go to bed.

    I've also had mine play Pandora for 8 hours straight at work and I still get the full night out it.

    Sent from Samsung Galaxy S 3
    11-25-2013 05:54 PM
  8. chemgeek's Avatar
    Battery life depends on CPU usage. If you play video games, or computationally intensive applications like chess engines, then you can chew up battery in as little as an hour or two. For typical use (web browsing, email, e-book reading, intermittent video streaming) it should last all day without a charge. I put mine on the charger when I go to bed and take it with me in the morning. Rarely needs a daytime top-up charge.
    11-26-2013 01:10 PM
  9. bontjes's Avatar
    Battery life depends on CPU usage. If you play video games, or computationally intensive applications like chess engines, then you can chew up battery in as little as an hour or two. For typical use (web browsing, email, e-book reading, intermittent video streaming) it should last all day without a charge. I put mine on the charger when I go to bed and take it with me in the morning. Rarely needs a daytime top-up charge.
    No difference so far.

    Sent from Samsung Galaxy S 3
    11-26-2013 01:26 PM
  10. geekynerd00's Avatar
    Mine seems to be anywhere from 6 hours (heavy duty gaming and video watching) to 14-15 hours (web browsing/ebook reading). That always present "media server" app or process is always slurping some of the battery. Its 2013 and that bug is still around?

    Posted via Android Central App
    11-29-2013 10:27 PM
  11. anonymosu2042's Avatar
    Mine seems to be anywhere from 6 hours (heavy duty gaming and video watching) to 14-15 hours (web browsing/ebook reading). That always present "media server" app or process is always slurping some of the battery. Its 2013 and that bug is still around?

    Posted via Android Central App
    Dear sir, that is not a bug. The media server is used to acess locally stored media files. So some media on the device must be being acessed.

    If i sound rude/snappy i am sorry.

    What if i told you




    android is superior to ios
    12-01-2013 12:47 PM
  12. gerryp123's Avatar
    Not sure how to evaluate and compare battery life since it all depends on choice of services and usage.
    An the average I use N7(2013 w/KK) for podcasts (about 40 min/day off-line; ); email (about 30 min/day over several instances); general on-line internet stuff (about 60 min/day); offline book reading (about an hour); occasional video (30 min/day average).
    Bluetooth and gps only as needed (rarely); wifi "on" as needed. Screen brightness at about 25%
    Single charge (100% to 10%) generally lasts about a week or more.

    Seems fine to me since I always have the opportunity to re-charge, as needed.
    What do think?
    12-01-2013 01:41 PM
  13. Gary300's Avatar
    My Nexus 7 2013 lives on a Qi wireless charger next to me, so charging is not a problem. I used to have a VOX tablet that would only last about 4 hours on a charge . I did take my Nexus 7 on vacation this summer with no WiFi available so I was just reading books and playing games around 4 hrs per day and was able to go 4-3 days without recharging.
    12-01-2013 06:55 PM
  14. Tia Ganter's Avatar
    I received my nexus 7 last night charged it to 100% and unplugged it to play for a bit. I set it down on my night stand when I went to bed woke up and it was dead.

    any thoughts on this? Should I return it?
    12-03-2013 09:15 AM
  15. alcathoe's Avatar
    Did you leave your WiFi, Bluetooth, or location services on, all drain the battery.Also factor in the brightness of the screen, another battery drainer if kept on high. Finally could be an app running in the background, even if you thought you had closed it, check settings, apps and those running still. I know I have had a problem in the past with media server, a huge battery hog.
    12-03-2013 11:19 AM
  16. Tia Ganter's Avatar
    Did you leave your WiFi, Bluetooth, or location services on, all drain the battery.Also factor in the brightness of the screen, another battery drainer if kept on high. Finally could be an app running in the background, even if you thought you had closed it, check settings, apps and those running still. I know I have had a problem in the past with media server, a huge battery hog.
    I'll check those things, I know my wifi for sure was on.. but I'll look into the other things you mentioned! But seriously it'll drain out overnight!? I feel like since I have virtually nothing on it it seems quite impossible for a battery to completely drain out on standby.. but hopefully these tricks will help and I can test it out tonight
    thanks!!
    12-03-2013 11:34 AM
  17. alcathoe's Avatar
    You're welcome. It has been a trial and error experience for me trying to prolong battery life. You might also look into battery apps and task managers, though there are varying opinions as to whether they actually help. I have installed both, think they make a slight difference, check them out in Google Play Store. Also forgot to mention Currents is another battery drainer, anyway best of luck.
    12-03-2013 11:54 AM
  18. jerrykur's Avatar
    Even with Wifi on you should have had minimal drain. The only caveat is that if you Wifi is marginal or you device sees a lot of other Wifi access point. Then you device can start using power as it tries to connect/disconnect.
    12-03-2013 05:15 PM
  19. Guillaume Labrecque's Avatar
    My Nexus 7 2013 lives on a Qi wireless charger next to me, so charging is not a problem.
    Could you specify which Qi charger you bought? Also, how long does it take to charge with the wireless charger compared to charging with the cable? Thanks.
    12-05-2013 01:10 PM
  20. Haalcyon's Avatar
    The battery life is more than acceptable and its using LTE.

    n7 LTE
    12-05-2013 01:51 PM
  21. CarbonOak's Avatar
    I personally have great battery life. Generally I can get through 1-2 days of "Average" use, which is some gaming, YouTube, videos, and browsing, with it remaining unplugged while sleeping and being good enough for a good portion of the next day. I know this because I work 12 hour shifts and I frequently use my Nexus during downtime with battery to spare after my shift is done.

    I don't have hard numbers but I'll give it a test and make a note of it next time.
    12-06-2013 07:40 AM
  22. puch96's Avatar
    I received my nexus 7 last night charged it to 100% and unplugged it to play for a bit. I set it down on my night stand when I went to bed woke up and it was dead.

    any thoughts on this? Should I return it?
    I do think something is not right. It should not deplete overnight. In fact, I use my tablet heavily (gaming) and I leave my tablet overnight without charging and battery % would drop about 2 to 5 % tops..... There has to be something running on the background that is doing that. If you can't find anything, try a factory reset. If that doesnt work, I would replace it.
    12-06-2013 09:55 AM
  23. bharding08's Avatar
    ive had no problems with my nexus 7 after the update. Mine has lasted almost the entire week so far and im still at 37 %. use it alot for the internet, social media, games and such.
    bontjes likes this.
    12-07-2013 06:17 AM
  24. NexusNick123's Avatar
    I can get about a day and a half on mine
    12-07-2013 10:20 PM
  25. Haalcyon's Avatar
    Mine is good enough that I don't feel the need to measure it. ...and that's using LTE.

    gp8.3
    12-08-2013 09:15 AM
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