1. TastesLikeChicken3's Avatar
    Recently, my battery on my Samsung Galaxy Note 3 seems to drain marginally faster than it used to. Funnily enough, it started when I updated the Samsung hub, could this just be a coincidence or is anyone else experiencing this?
    Settings I normally and still have prior to this and things I've tried:
    - Brightness is turned to the lowest possible or just so I can see it (nowhere near 1/4) to save battery consumption.
    - GPS/location turned off.
    - Bluetooth off.
    - Apps are forced closed before I lock my phone.
    - Motion and all of those settings turned off.
    - I have put it on battery saving mode, it has barely made any difference.

    My phone is around 8 months old, which isn't particularly much, although, I am aware that Samsung's warranty policy only covers the battery for 6 months. I do not really want to try a factory reset, just wondering if anyone else has experienced this or heard anything on it.

    Thank you,
    TastesLikeChicken3.
    11-21-2014 09:36 AM
  2. SpookDroid's Avatar
    Have you tried clearing the Hub's cache/data? That could help if there's something misbehaving...

    I no longer have a Note 3 but don't recall having issues after updating that.

    I did have issues once after updating YouTube, but clearing the data made it go away.
    11-21-2014 10:27 AM

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