FunBike31First off I don't know for accubattery whether it has fixed it but I should have been more specific in saying the usable capacity for me shows around 3400mah which suggests it is considering both batteries. Secondly battery or any circuitry for that matter are abstracted, meaning OS will think it is a single battery with 6000mah. And I am 80% sure all modern phone batteries have programmable ports which can report usable capacity. You can see that even in windows for laptops and usb ups.
Reading the first 3 accubattery reviews would certainly have allowed you to know even before installing it that it was going to detect you a 3000 mAh battery 🙂 and this is the case for the majority of applications of the same type which are unable to provide reliable information with the new technologies implemented on the battery.
The Android paradox and battery software and accelerators / cleaners and other cpu and memory optimizers
90% are popular with users
99% are useless, at best they do nothing, but most of the time they do more harm than good.
ARP_ASUS@ARP_ASUS I have now factory reset the phone, charged to 100% and used till 10% twice.
Please follow the below:
Share your SOT(Screen on time) after trying the below:
1. Charge the battery to 100% & use as per your normal usage pattern (Twice)
2. When the battery strength reaches 10%, go to settings = Battery => Tap on the battery icon & share the graph
3. settings => Battery => Check the screen & share the same
If the chrome is still present and using too much battery, clear cache and storage and reinstall the App.
Factory reset once and report back.
nikhil_kaimalJust force stop and disable it
@ARP_ASUS I have now factory reset the phone, charged to 100% and used till 10% twice.
There is a slight improvement compared to earlier, however the drain is still huge compared to other applications like YouTube or Prime Video used for more than an hour.
Attaching screenshot of battery usage as you told:
What next !?