Battery drain

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  1. sammy1978

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    Hi there, I am using the note pro for a week now and I find the battery not really good, to say the least. I charged it with some good cycles, completely empty and charged it to full. But now after a few days I just see it counting down from 100% to 90% while I just browse on some internet pages for maybe about 5 minutes. I don't use internet or apps much but then even still I find it goes way too fast. And I have to admit I had the same with my mi2s. Any other with this issue or dissapointment ?
     
  2. salawat

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    no im quite happy with my battery life, am getting 4-6 hours screen(sometimes even 8 hours with wifi off) time per charge.

    use Betterbatterystats to see if you have a wakelock. you must be rooted though.
     
  3. Fran212

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    I have the same problem, the culprit is the light sensor, try removing the automatic brightness and you will see how the battery reaches two days.
     
  4. leledumbo

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    #4leledumbo,Sep 24, 2014
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    Seems the same with me. It's the first time I have an Android device whose battery gets eaten by Android System instead of Screen. I'll try turning off automatic brightness.

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  5. Emo Filev

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    Turn off the automatic sync, and the automatic light sensor. It is /the sensor/ main culprit for a batt drain in Red Mi Note, except You have a some program, or etc.
     
  6. leledumbo

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    #6leledumbo,Sep 25, 2014
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    Automatic brightness is indeed the culprit. Now the battery consumption is normal and quite evenly distributed. Automatic sync is OK and I need it, so I can't turn it off.

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  7. Emo Filev

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    Yes. By me the sensor is main suspect. It's try.
     
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