1. f308gt4's Avatar
    I have a weird issue that's been happening sporadically on my Verizon S6 (stock, 5.1).

    On about 3-4 occasions now, I've turned off the phone at night, and the next morning, when turning it back on, I've experienced a loss in battery percentage. I.e., Charged phone to 100%, turned off phone overnight, turned on phone in the AM and battery percentage reads 75%.

    Last night, it happened again, only I shut the phone off with about 75% battery. When I turned it on again this morning, my battery percentage had decreased to about 62%.

    It's odd, and have never seen this before. This has only happened after the 5.1 update, so not sure if its related to that.

    Why would a phone that is turned off be using battery power?

    Anyone else experience this?
    09-18-2015 09:42 AM
  2. galaxyfive's Avatar
    That device needs to go back for repair. It sounds like there's possibly a short somewhere...get a qualified technician to test it.
    09-18-2015 01:29 PM
  3. justnivek's Avatar
    they have eyes on you, are you part of the drug lords or something? they're obviously watching you and making you "think" your phone is off.

    Just kidding lol if you're still within your return period of purchase I would return it asap. I just sent my S6 in for camera/battery problems
    09-18-2015 04:20 PM
  4. f308gt4's Avatar
    I got this phone on launch day, so well out of return period. The thing is, this doesn't happen all the time. It's only happened 3-4 times now. Really odd.
    09-18-2015 05:01 PM

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