Android System Killing Battery

JimmyK212

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Been on 7.0 since last week, and all of a sudden starting today Android System is killing my battery. Since unplugging at 3 hours ago, I'm at 44% battery with Android System using 22%. No clue why the voicemail app used 8% either. I've restarted several times and also uninstalled apps that I installed yesterday. Any suggestions?Copy.jpgCopy1.jpg
 

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Android System is a lot of the phone's firmware, so there's not much you can tell by the fact that something in it is using a lot of current. Look on the bottom line of the next graph (tap the graph to get it) to see the lines at the bottom of the page. Mobile network signal should always be green - if it's not, you're on the wrong carrier. (Seriously - that's the first step in choosing a carrier - "Who has the best signal where I need signal?") 8% for voicemail? If you used voicemail, or have it polling (checking every so often), it used 8% of 69%, or 5.52% - and the phone is a heavy user, especially if the mobile network signal is weak.
 

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