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Android 5.0.2 / Power Management - Possible Bugs

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Android 5.0.2 / Power Management - Possible Bugs

Hello,

 

I've updated my Z3 to LP about 3 days ago and I find the following possible bugs:

 

1) While "Estimated battery time" says 2 days 5hs, "Battery usage" shows 1 day and 5hs left. (see images).

 

2) After 3 days, no apps appear listed on the "App power consumption" consuming apps list (see image).

 

Are these two possible bugs or it's normal for this to happen after a few days after upgrade?

 

Thanks,

Matías

 

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Re: Android 5.0.2 / Power Management - Possible Bugs

@majestuoso

 

It's normal, it will take a few days/couple of weeks to give you a more accurate approx. 




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Re: Android 5.0.2 / Power Management - Possible Bugs

@majestuoso

 

It's normal, it will take a few days/couple of weeks to give you a more accurate approx. 




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Re: Android 5.0.2 / Power Management - Possible Bugs

You can reset stamina like this: first make sure it is disabled, after that, go to settings-apps-all-stamina app,force stop and clear data. Restart the device. 

Also, as uli says, after a large system update it will take some time until the device performs as intended.



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Re: Android 5.0.2 / Power Management - Possible Bugs

@uliwooly / @alexdon - 

 

Thank you for your quick answers.

 

I will wait a reasonable time and keep you posted.

 

Cheers.

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Anytime Slightly smiling Face @majestuoso




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Re: Android 5.0.2 / Power Management - Possible Bugs

Finally after some days,  as many of you told me, the battery usage stats stabilised and the battery duration did as well. 

 

Anyway, still after some months with lollipop no apps appear listed on the "App power consumption" consuming apps list. Strange but not dramatic (?) 

 

 

Thank you all. 

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They do not appear on lollipop, sorry to say