1. Chaos Beck's Avatar
    On my s7 edge i am getting only 2 hours SOT and the main battery drainer is android system i dont know what is keeping its battery usage so high?
    Attached Thumbnails S7 edge android system battery drain-screenshot_20180621-190416_settings.jpg   S7 edge android system battery drain-screenshot_20180621-190410_settings.jpg   S7 edge android system battery drain-screenshot_20180621-190343_gsam-battery-monitor.jpg  
    06-21-2018 09:10 AM
  2. Rukbat's Avatar
    First, 16-1/2 hours of battery time just using 48% of the battery (that's what your screenshots say) isn't something to complain about, it's something to brag about.

    Second, Android System used 8% of that 48%, or 3.84% of the battery - in over 16 hours. That's not bad either.

    Third, the screen is normally the largest consumer of power. With an AMOLED screen, if there's a lot of light color showing (as opposed to solid black wallpaper, that uses even more. The brighter the screen, the more current an AMOLED screen draws. So turn the brightness down to the point that it's still completely usable, but not all the way up. (I find that 20% is more than enough in my house. Just tell the Google assistant "set the screen brightness to 20%". If you need a little more, try 25% or 30%.)

    But you're bragging with that "50% in 16.5 hours". A lot of people wish they could go from 100% to 20% (which is bad for the battery) in 8 hours. Their batteries don't last a whole workday.
    06-21-2018 03:30 PM
  3. AxlMyk's Avatar
    First, 16-1/2 hours of battery time just using 48% of the battery (that's what your screenshots say) isn't something to complain about, it's something to brag about.

    Second, Android System used 8% of that 48%, or 3.84% of the battery - in over 16 hours. That's not bad either.

    Third, the screen is normally the largest consumer of power. With an AMOLED screen, if there's a lot of light color showing (as opposed to solid black wallpaper, that uses even more. The brighter the screen, the more current an AMOLED screen draws. So turn the brightness down to the point that it's still completely usable, but not all the way up. (I find that 20% is more than enough in my house. Just tell the Google assistant "set the screen brightness to 20%". If you need a little more, try 25% or 30%.)

    But you're bragging with that "50% in 16.5 hours". A lot of people wish they could go from 100% to 20% (which is bad for the battery) in 8 hours. Their batteries don't last a whole workday.
    Chaos Beck isn't alone.
    I've gone from morning to night on one charge, to morning to noon on one charge on my s7. Oreo is eating the battery like some people eat Oreos.
    06-21-2018 03:42 PM
  4. Chaos Beck's Avatar
    thanks mate but still my battery is performing poor after applying those settings i dont know what is keeping the android system usage so high
    06-21-2018 10:04 PM
  5. Chaos Beck's Avatar
    GUYS I FOUND THE SOLUTION!

    So i sum up all the problems regarding android system battery drain in s7 edge and after applying this settings i got my battery running normal again.solutions are as follows

    1. Clear data from google services
    2. Force stop chrome , facebook
    3. Smart alert off
    4. In oreo restrict background usage of android system
    5. Check that your cell signal are not low
    6. Wifi always turn on select never
    7. Google backup off

    I applied all those settings and in upcomming time i will check what was the give culprit
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    06-22-2018 05:32 AM

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