why does my droid razr maxx die so fast
Were you able to check out the link provided in the previous post? What were the results? I didn't see a previous email with a link about this problem, no results. Also, do you notice any pattern with this? For example, have any applications been downloaded right before this started? No, in fact no additional programs have been downloaded nor used. Have been using the phone as normal. Do you have any task killer applications downloaded? If do, please uninstall them and then monitor the device.
Please let me know the results. No, no task killers. I looked at what was draining the battery and biggest culprit was display. The screen is set to go off after a few seconds of inactivity and is set to automatic dimming as normal. would drain quickly. The times it would drain quickly I also notice it to or applications used. last more than a few hours in the day. I purposely bought it because of the extended battery life, number one reason. I am concerned it can't be removed nor can I be without a phone as I use it for my income.
On Mon, Feb 11, 2013 at 8:56 PM, Verizon Wireless Customer Support I would think about using either automatic screen brightness, or try using the app Lux to manage automatic brightness. That high a brightness is probably draining battery. Also, get rid of the task manager and see if that makes it better. It should - task managers are worse for battery than letting Android manage tasks. Tap on the "cell standby" on the battery usage screen and see if you have any time without a signal.
That's a pretty high cell standby figure, considering you have so many gmail accounts and an exchange account running. As others have said, cell standby that high usually suggests that you have a poor signal at some point in the day. (You can also tap the graph on the battery usage screen to see a different display which shows a bar graph of mobile signal - if you see a lot of red, you have a lot of time in poor to no signal areas. ) Ok, all that said, all I need for my phone to do is to get from the time I take it off the charger when I wake up in the morning to when I go to bed and put it back on the charger.
If your phone is doing that, forget about the 48 hour advertised time and just run your phone that way. It is much, much better for the battery to have a lot of small charges than fewer big charges, so if you are at a point that you can charge the phone - commuting to work in the car, etc. - take the opportunity to charge and you'll be all set.
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