was seriously happy with s9+ exynos oreo and it keep getting better with each update and keep recommending to ppl s9+ exynos for friends, families and even forum..
but after pie, makes me wonder if samsung purposely random select to deteriorate the battery..
i highly doubt samsung will release any fix for it since they are not acknowledging the problem
Well, I have done the same as you have (cleared cache partitions, disabled & set battery saving options on all) but my battery still is being drained about 10 hours quicker than it used to be. Not happy
@userMRQF7CvrPs Here are a couple other things you can check to help with the battery life.
Honestly, I shouldn't HAVE to turn off wifi, blue tooth, disable location, etc, etc to have decent battery life! I never had to before this awful Pie update. SAMSUNG, ARE YOU LISTENING??? FIX THIS!!
Looks like THEY are watching ALL the time! They have your irises & your face, finger prints, & probably gait by now, attached to EVERY other byte of data ever compiled on you. Now they are always with you. Listening. Watching. Monitoring all communications. A calendar of your power usage. They are burning up our batteries with the always-on applets...going thru em now & disabling everything possible. There's a BUNCH that are communicating behind the scenes.. And, of course, we bought thru Nazi Bolshevik Commie-cast, sfinity, so THEY get access to the DSPs in the TVs, cable boxes, & voice remotes. Google has @ least a dozen active devices, mostly to ALL w/voice disabled, as much as possible by end user.
same here in Canada ... huge battery drain and some apps not working the same . waiting to hear back from samsung.. Im sorry Im not trouble shooting a brand new phone that had no issues before the update ...
You will be waiting a LONG time! I've fixed mine 100%, Sammy SHOULD have included in their update, either a forced cache partition purge or instructions on how to do it. And they should have optimized the installation of apps included in the update to install them all in a battery-saving state instead of a full-feature state. As installed, every app is fully enabled, meaning no battery saving features enabled. After clearing the cache partition & rebooting, I went thru EVERY app, turning up battery saving, turning off background communications. Now the battery life is better than ever. Google 'S9 clear cache partition'