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One UI Home draining my battery

(Topic created: 06-19-2019 04:54 PM)
darly58
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I am wondering what One UI Home actually does and why it's eating up my battery all of a sudden.  I did just get my Note 9 back from Samsung (they factory reset) after replacing the camera.  Not sure if it's part of the problem or what I can do to take care of the drain.  I have the power set to "optimized" and the above mentioned is using 8% compared to 1% of the other apps showing.  Thanks for any help.

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@userrsyI3Bp6gp wrote:

This doesn't address the problem, but only triages it.  The cause is the app "One UI Home" that is draining the battery.


One UI IS the operating system for your phone.  It's not an app, it's the underlying system running the phone.  

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SamsungQue
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@darly58 Have you tried these troubleshooting steps here?

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darly58
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Yes, I have.  I did have some kind of an update a day or two ago.  What does UI Home do if I may ask?  Is it something I can shut off options to it?

 

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SamsungQue
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The One UI Home is the just the new interface. It's whats giving the new look that came with the update.

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userSP43LSpNdP
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Battery usage, 69.5% with ONE UI Home.   I’m from 89% life at mid day to now in the 20% range.   All happening since the last early August software update !?  Pleasssssse help?  Ubreakwefix ran diagnostic check and my year old battery is within your tolerances.   

userrsyI3Bp6gp
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This doesn't address the problem, but only triages it.  The cause is the app "One UI Home" that is draining the battery.

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@userrsyI3Bp6gp wrote:

This doesn't address the problem, but only triages it.  The cause is the app "One UI Home" that is draining the battery.


One UI IS the operating system for your phone.  It's not an app, it's the underlying system running the phone.  

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iamjorellr
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One UI IS NOT the operating system. Android is the OS of the device, One UI is the skin on top of it.

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