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  1. kingro93's Avatar
    Is this good battery life for my Samsung Galaxy Note 2? Because I was honestly expecting more juice from this big sucker. These battery history details is mainly light usage on my battery -__- I had the charger unplugged around 5 AM this morning. When I actually go heavy usage on my phone; constant texting, web browsing, application use I only get a good amount of 7-9 hours at least on my phone I don't understand how all these other people with the Note 2 get 2 days of battery life! I am currently using the stock battery.
    Attached Thumbnails My Samsung Galaxy Note 2 Battery Life-tumblr_mh8532k0dl1qbqau1o1_500.png  
    01-26-2013 04:12 AM
  2. zmann's Avatar
    That is a bit low to me. I get about 16 hours with same usage but I keep auto sync off. Affects nothing for me. I don't need apps auto synching in the background. If I want to use a app it syncs when opened. I also have all email accounts on manual. I don't need my phone looking for emails all days and notifying me. I treat email like regular mail, if I want to see if I have mail,, I go to the mail box and check. Otherwise my phone would be beeping all day.

    Note 2, it's true, ,size is everything!
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    01-26-2013 06:05 AM
  3. jaybro0813's Avatar
    I am averaging 3-4 % an hour which is amazing. I do not sync anything
    I want to see it I refresh it
    I keep data on all the time
    Turn my light on screen all the way down
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    01-26-2013 06:32 AM
  4. Andyvalver's Avatar
    Ive never really tested mine. Its off charge at 4.30am and lasts all day easily with average usage. When I get to bed around 11pm its usually between 45%-50% battery left.

    I charge it regardless. It would last most of a second day but not all of the day

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    01-26-2013 06:38 AM
  5. MHH779's Avatar
    Well I think I have same as you.. 9-10 battery.. I'll try disabling some settings that might be affecting it..
    01-26-2013 06:57 AM
  6. VetteDude's Avatar
    If you aren't doing anything resource intensive, turn on CPU Power Saving and turn off haptic feedback if you don't need it in everyday browsing and texting. Those are both under the Power Saving Mode menu under settings. I leave the screen ones off, I think they negatively effect my experience on the phone.
    01-26-2013 08:04 AM
  7. juanpanlilio's Avatar
    Agree, that battery life seems a bit on the low side for me as well. Check out what apps/services you have syncing in the background and assess whether you actually need it.

    I'm using Juice Defender Ultimate and can say that I've had a really positive experience with it. Battery life with relatively heavy use could easily last two days based on how I've got it configured.

    YMMY of course but similar to the other posters on this thread you can really stretch out the battery of this thing.

    Best of luck.

    Sent from my SGH-I317M using Tapatalk 2
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    01-26-2013 08:15 AM
  8. sux2bu's Avatar
    You guys must be new here. Did no one notice his mobile network signal bar?

    You have HORRIBLE signal strength, that will kill your battery almost as fast as having the screen on at full brightness all the time.

    To compare, when I have horrible signal strength I only get about 19 hours with average usage. With decent signal strength and the same average usage I get about 30-35 hours and once almost 52 hours with awesome signal strength.
    Attached Thumbnails My Samsung Galaxy Note 2 Battery Life-screenshot_2012-12-23-20-52-34.png   My Samsung Galaxy Note 2 Battery Life-screenshot_2012-12-23-20-47-40.png  
    01-26-2013 09:48 AM
  9. Who?'s Avatar
    You guys must be new here. Did no one notice his mobile network signal bar?
    You also must be new here, since if you weren't you'd know that not including the screen on time makes your battery use screenshot a useless piece of data.
    01-26-2013 10:00 AM
  10. sux2bu's Avatar
    You also must be new here, since if you weren't you'd know that not including the screen on time makes your battery use screenshot a useless piece of data.
    I had attached it, I guess it didn't go through.

    While 4 1/2 hours isn't a lot over 2 days, I have everything on full blast. Screen brightness 100%, wifi always on, bluetooth always on all GPS services always on, all apps sync as often as possible. I bet if I actually tried to be efficient with my battery and turned everything I'm not using off I could probably get over 3 days out of it.
    01-26-2013 10:11 AM
  11. kingro93's Avatar
    Well I am with t mobile lol -_- I live in San Diego too where I should be getting good signal strength. Is my battery effective? Or is it from the jelly bean update? My phone is running on 4.1.1.
    01-26-2013 03:03 PM
  12. VetteDude's Avatar
    What brightness do you run your phone on?
    01-26-2013 03:07 PM
  13. kingro93's Avatar
    The lowest it can go haha, my battery sucks.
    01-26-2013 03:13 PM
  14. kingro93's Avatar
    Sorry, my phone was off at the time and I couldn't upload the second one.
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    01-26-2013 03:17 PM
  15. kingro93's Avatar
    CPU Spy app.
    Attached Thumbnails My Samsung Galaxy Note 2 Battery Life-screenshot_2013-01-26-13-19-56.png  
    01-26-2013 03:21 PM
  16. VetteDude's Avatar
    That looks like a lot of screen time. How much? I know im at 40% after 3.5 hours at 50% brightness.
    01-26-2013 03:23 PM
  17. kingro93's Avatar
    Not really, yesterday it was around 2-3 hours of screen time on 0% of brightness. I forgot to screen shot it, but I average around that much. I think my battery just sucks. I dont get how hes averaging 2 days of life on his battery if he does have stock @sux2bu.
    01-26-2013 03:29 PM
  18. dunkertim's Avatar
    Where do you set when apps sync?

    Thanks... Tim...
    01-26-2013 09:32 PM
  19. VetteDude's Avatar
    Where do you set when apps sync?

    Thanks... Tim...
    Hello dunkertim, welcome to Android Central! In the future, start your own thread in the forums so we can keep the threads on topic. If you want to view Sync settings, that is under the Account part of the Settings app. If you want to restrict background sync and have to sync manually, you go to Date Usage under settings, hit the menu key, then turn off background sync. If you want to change sync frequency, you have to go to the individual apps.
    01-26-2013 09:44 PM
  20. dunkertim's Avatar
    Hello dunkertim, welcome to Android Central! In the future, start your own thread in the forums so we can keep the threads on topic. If you want to view Sync settings, that is under the Account part of the Settings app. If you want to restrict background sync and have to sync manually, you go to Date Usage under settings, hit the menu key, then turn off background sync. If you want to change sync frequency, you have to go to the individual apps.
    Thanks. Didn't want to start a new thread as I asked about app synching because by Note II is experiencing rapid battery loss beginning today after 2 months of no issues at all. Didn't think I had to restate the entire issue, since I was in the thread where my issue was being discussed.

    T...
    01-26-2013 10:12 PM
  21. sux2bu's Avatar
    Not really, yesterday it was around 2-3 hours of screen time on 0% of brightness. I forgot to screen shot it, but I average around that much. I think my battery just sucks. I dont get how hes averaging 2 days of life on his battery if he does have stock @sux2bu.
    It's not your battery. Your signal is just horrible. You can see when your battery signal bar is good (green) your battery drain levels off and when it's bad (grey) it nose dives. Searching for signal kills your battery.

    Also, I don't average 2 days, that was just a day when I had perfect signal the whole time. With normal changing signal (good and bad) I get about 30 hours with about 3-4 hours screen time. With really crappy signal I get about 15-18 hours with about 3 hours of screen time.
    01-27-2013 01:00 AM
  22. zmann's Avatar
    Thanks. Didn't want to start a new thread as I asked about app synching because by Note II is experiencing rapid battery loss beginning today after 2 months of no issues at all. Didn't think I had to restate the entire issue, since I was in the thread where my issue was being discussed.

    T...
    Actually don't see the setting under data usage but it is in the pull down bar at top of screen. Just pull down and turn sync on or off.

    Note 2, it's true, ,size is everything!
    01-27-2013 05:01 AM
  23. kingro93's Avatar
    It's not your battery. Your signal is just horrible. You can see when your battery signal bar is good (green) your battery drain levels off and when it's bad (grey) it nose dives. Searching for signal kills your battery.

    Also, I don't average 2 days, that was just a day when I had perfect signal the whole time. With normal changing signal (good and bad) I get about 30 hours with about 3-4 hours screen time. With really crappy signal I get about 15-18 hours with about 3 hours of screen time.
    Is there anything I can do to boost my signal? I am with T Mobile, and their network service is pretty terrible.
    01-27-2013 03:54 PM
  24. sux2bu's Avatar
    Is there anything I can do to boost my signal? I am with T Mobile, and their network service is pretty terrible.
    Go outside, lol. Changing location is the only real fix.
    01-27-2013 04:39 PM
  25. kingro93's Avatar
    Go outside, lol. Changing location is the only real fix.
    Damnit -__- who's your carrier?
    01-27-2013 11:01 PM
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