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Xperia s- low battery & standby

Rookie
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Xperia s- low battery & standby

dated:04-11-13:

Sony xperia s:
after 10 months of purchase(2 months warranty is remaining), my sxs got problem in headset jack, speaker distortion..
so, i claimed warranty in sony service centre in chennai,TN..
they swapped my pcb(board), headset jack and speaker.. and they updated my mobile to 4.1.2.
my battery talktime & standby is very low..
@100% charge in standby for 1 hour 3% charge is discharged without using the mobile..
and mobile gets heat when playing subway surfer,.. etc which is downloaded from playstore..
so, sony service centre must fix this problem.. battery may be weak, or swapped board may not be proper..
what is ur opinion, what may be the problem?

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Emperor
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Re: Xperia s- low battery & standby

Check which apps are running and draining your battery, it could be a poor network coverage; its normal that your phone gets hot while playing games. 

 

If you think there's something wrong with your phone (battery, heat related) take it back to a Sony repair center

"I'd rather be hated for who I am, than loved for who I am not." Kurt Cobain (1967-1994)

Sam
Sony Xperia Support
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Re: Xperia s- low battery & standby

I may be reading this wrong, but based on the figures you have provided you would be looking at about 33 hours battery life, that is actually quite good based on my experience.

 

 


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