ronald1985Thank you for the suggestion.
Charge more than 90% to reset those stats.
RamswaroopThe only way to reset those stats is to charge above 90%. It is the default behaviour of Android system.
Thank you for the suggestion.
I turned off the mobile for about an hour and restarted it. All stats had gone.
Charged to about 75% and checked.. None of the apps went over 80%.
But after 5 days of continued usage i see couple of apps going over 100%.
I also tried over 90% charge and it corrected the stats.
But I don't want to charge it over 80% as it says battery life will significantly reduce if charged over 80% on every recharge.
barekzopApps like Facebook, Instagram, Messenger are main culprits to battery drains. Restrict it's activity as much as possible or better, uninstall them and use the Lite versions. Google app is also a problem as it is always wanting to know about you - so again, restricting these will help your battery.
I'm sure this battery draining article which opened recently is because of the new update. So if you can give us a new one with the fix it's gonna be perfect. But please do it ASAP since rhe draining is so high that we can't really ignore it.
ronald1985It could be a palliative, but it's not a solution to this real problem... I always used fb, instagram, google and messenger without any restriction, and i always did 12hr of screen... When the update came out, after a single charge (always slow charge, always planned charge, always detached within 30 minutes after reaching 100%, always first detaching the brick from the socket and at least 10 seconds after i detach the cable from the phone) the battery life dropped from a 12+hr to a 7hr for every cycle, AND I DIDN'T CHANGE ANY HABIT, ANY USE, ANY SETTINGS... and is now almost 3 months that my battery is almost half the capacity of the pre-update battery, and, i repeat, it dropped in one single charge without any change to the phone or it's use... It's undoubtedly a software problem, and no one has done nothing since it appeared...
Apps like Facebook, Instagram, Messenger are main culprits to battery drains. Restrict it's activity as much as possible or better, uninstall them and use the Lite versions. Google app is also a problem as it is always wanting to know about you - so again, restricting these will help your battery.