MolitroYou are providing us a lot of anecdotal description but can you help provide at least a screenshot on your battery life as the above user did , for example from a "fullish cycle" where you feel the battery was below expectation.
Originally I thought it was just the idle performance, but really it's just the baseline that's high always. Tonight it drained 0.8% per hour (and I unistalled Naptime to see if it gets back to 0.5%). But during yesterday my phone use was 3 hours of screen time with light use (reading and some browsing) and 3 hours of music over bluetooth earphones and 45 minuts of google podcast.
That was over about 13 hours. I got home at 20%. That's just too much of a drain for such a light use. Yes, it was a relatively extensive time, but just listening to music seems to drain about as much as having the screen on. If I actually did something heavy I'd be down to what, 3, 4 hours screen time?
Definitely an issue.
MolitroIf you would be able to - try to restart your device before going to sleep (and not do anything with it), and try to check the idle drain (wihtout having used the device after a restart) over night?
Thanks for the reply. I was waiting a bit more to try and let the phone stabilize some more, but yeah I'll provide some screenshots.
I'm using no AOD, 1 SIM, and 5G is turned off (I'm most of the time on moderate to good 4G reception). I use the "pick up to wake the screen" feature (which doens't seem to cause any drain) and finger scanner.
From what I've been able to tell, today being another example, I think that playing music over bluetooth may be a particularly big power hog, as high as upwards of 7% per hour. It stands to reason this particular use of mine is a very specific cause for my low-sih battery performance. I'll check what's the usage with wired earphones.
Shot of the system is in spanish, but I think it's pretty self explanatory.