1. Hamzeh_Awadallah's Avatar
    Hi guys

    few days a i have been flashed the official android 5 from Poland euro and everything okay until i check the battery usage is this a bug in android 5? (battery usage)-screenshot_2014-11-16-20-11-42.jpgis this a bug in android 5? (battery usage)-screenshot_2014-11-16-20-12-54.jpgis this a bug in android 5? (battery usage)-screenshot_2014-11-16-20-13-10.jpg

    hope this pictures explain what i mean
    11-16-2014 01:24 PM
  2. Rukbat's Avatar
    No, it shows an estimated almost 15 hours on a charge to full discharge (which you should NEVER do - always try to recharge at the 40%-60% point), which isn't bad. It also shows that you used Maps and LG Health a lot, but didn't have the screen on much.

    It says that the battery is currently at 41% (which means I'd charge it in about an hour or two), and 3 hours ago it was at about 47%.

    What's the problem?
    11-16-2014 01:49 PM
  3. Hamzeh_Awadallah's Avatar
    No, it shows an estimated almost 15 hours on a charge to full discharge (which you should NEVER do - always try to recharge at the 40%-60% point), which isn't bad. It also shows that you used Maps and LG Health a lot, but didn't have the screen on much.

    It says that the battery is currently at 41% (which means I'd charge it in about an hour or two), and 3 hours ago it was at about 47%.

    What's the problem?
    i don't use LG health Ever ! and i just i used maps for less on hour only today !! and i charge the battery on 20% and the problem is that i feel some thing wrong in battery section and it use much battery on kitkat was give me up to 20 hour per charge
    11-16-2014 01:53 PM
  4. Hamzeh_Awadallah's Avatar
    this what i mean !!!!!!!

    is this a bug in android 5? (battery usage)-screenshot11-nov-16-2014-10-01-09-pm-.jpg
    11-16-2014 02:03 PM
  5. xocomaox's Avatar
    Disable lg health asap.
    11-16-2014 03:48 PM
  6. belodion's Avatar
    I may be missing something here, but how is it possible to have the screen on, even if it were at its lowest brightness setting, for 2h 25m, and yet consume only 3% of the used charge?
    Puzzled, UK.

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    11-16-2014 04:09 PM
  7. xocomaox's Avatar
    I suppose this is still an early build for 5.0. Or the polish version is not fully compatible with his version of the phone? Strange.
    11-16-2014 08:12 PM
  8. Javier P's Avatar
    I may be missing something here, but how is it possible to have the screen on, even if it were at its lowest brightness setting, for 2h 25m, and yet consume only 3% of the used charge?
    Puzzled, UK.

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    That doesn't make sense. It can't be a real measure.
    11-16-2014 08:20 PM
  9. Hamzeh_Awadallah's Avatar
    I suppose this is still an early build for 5.0. Or the polish version is not fully compatible with his version of the phone? Strange.
    no this is the final version of android 5 Poland version i downloded from mylgphone
    11-16-2014 10:35 PM
  10. Hamzeh_Awadallah's Avatar
    I may be missing something here, but how is it possible to have the screen on, even if it were at its lowest brightness setting, for 2h 25m, and yet consume only 3% of the used charge?
    Puzzled, UK.

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    that's what i'm talking about i'm so confused and cant understand this and btw i set the brightness @ 40%
    11-16-2014 10:36 PM
  11. belodion's Avatar
    that's what i'm talking about i'm so confused and cant understand this and btw i set the brightness @ 40%
    I've just lost 34% of my battery charge overnight, most of it to Android OS and Android System, which I hope will cheer you up a bit. What laughs! But those two occasional battery drainers are old friends, whereas your problem seems to be a new type. Do you know any other G3 owners in your area, who might be having the same problem? We need to learn whether it's a general G3 update problem, or one unique to your device.

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    11-17-2014 06:34 AM
  12. xocomaox's Avatar
    no this is the final version of android 5 Poland version i downloded from mylgphone
    There's nothing final about the first version of Lollipop. I suspect many "bugfix" releases to come in the next few weeks.
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    11-17-2014 07:16 AM
  13. Hamzeh_Awadallah's Avatar
    There's nothing final about the first version of Lollipop. I suspect many "bugfix" releases to come in the next few weeks.
    so can i receive this updates via ota or should i roll back to kitkat
    11-17-2014 08:55 AM
  14. Hamzeh_Awadallah's Avatar
    I've just lost 34% of my battery charge overnight, most of it to Android OS and Android System, which I hope will cheer you up a bit. What laughs! But those two occasional battery drainers are old friends, whereas your problem seems to be a new type. Do you know any other G3 owners in your area, who might be having the same problem? We need to learn whether it's a general G3 update problem, or one unique to your device.

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    LOL i think i read that is not unique bug for me many guys report this bug at xda and not only lg health drain my battery also something called google service drain use 30% and my screen only 3% LOL
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    11-17-2014 08:58 AM
  15. belodion's Avatar
    ^^^If it's Google Play Services, that app is now contributing substantially to the drain of the other two I mentioned, as I text this. Heh heh. That's in spite of wiping the Cache Partition, clearing the Cached Data in Storage, and turning off Location Reporting altogether. I think that the Play Services drain is likely to be caused by apps using location reporting, or a syncing error. But I don't know that.
    Together we will beat this, Hamz.
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    11-17-2014 12:08 PM
  16. Hamzeh_Awadallah's Avatar
    ^^^If it's Google Play Services, that app is now contributing substantially to the drain of the other two I mentioned, as I text this. Heh heh. That's in spite of wiping the Cache Partition, clearing the Cached Data in Storage, and turning off Location Reporting altogether. I think that the Play Services drain is likely to be caused by apps using location reporting, or a syncing error. But I don't know that.
    Together we will beat this, Hamz.
    hehehe I LOVE YOU BRO.

    I'll try to wipe chase and check if Google service stop drain our battery

    and i would to recommend an app call Gerrnfiy its amazing app man he close all app keep running in background expect whatssapp\viber or any app you want to let it work in background hope you like it
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    11-17-2014 01:13 PM
  17. belodion's Avatar
    As a follow-up, I too am getting strange battery usage stats from my Nexus 5, which received the Lollipop update a couple of days ago. Here's my post in the N5 forum if you're interested:
    http://forums.androidcentral.com/goo...-lollipop.html

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    11-20-2014 02:56 PM
  18. groin1's Avatar
    Yikes, if true, I hope this is something that can be patched. Battery life is so critical and wasn't 5 supposed to use less battery?
    11-20-2014 06:07 PM
  19. belodion's Avatar
    ^^^It was, but early days yet, bugs to be fixed, finishing touches to be applied, is what I'm thinking.

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    11-22-2014 05:40 AM
  20. TWC42's Avatar
    Perhaps related to this issue is that Android L for the Google Play Editions of HTC's One (M7 & M8) that was supposed to be released Friday 11/21 was delayed:
    Android 5.0 Lollipop update for HTC One (M8), One (M7) Google Play Editions delayed by Google
    If you are rocking the Google Play Editions of either the HTC One (M8) or the HTC One, then you were probably gleaming with joy when it was announced that your devices will receive Android 5.0 Lollipop this very Friday, November 21. This would have made them the first Google Play edition handsets to officially receive the latest and greatest iteration of Google's mobile OS.

    Unfortunately though, it just became clear that the stock-Android version of the HTC flagman won't receive Lollipop today. This bad news got broken by Mo Versi, the Vice President of Product Management with HTC, who also broke the news about this Friday's confectionery update. The fault is, seemingly, not in HTC, mind you - the VP claimed that the Taiwan-based manufacturer submitted the software build for the device to Google back in Monday, but Mountain View informed HTC that it will "need to re-spin SW". Mo Versi said no more, so we don't know when Lollipop will eventually hit the HTC One (M8) GPE and the HTC One GPE.


    On my old phone, HTC One (M7), I had gone into the Google Play Store settings and selected the option to not update apps automatically. When I got my new phone (G3), I went back to the Google Play Store, the option to update automatically over WiFi only was selected. Wonder if that could account for some of the unexpected battery drain on Android L.
    belodion likes this.
    11-22-2014 12:15 PM

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