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Battery

(Topic created: 11-02-2021 04:32 AM)
SHAK1R
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Is the battery usage ok? What suggestions can be made to save more? 
Im using galaxy s21 plus.

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SHAK1R
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100% to 20% Screenshot_20211102-072001_Device care_6855.png
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I wish my messenger would use as little single digit% battery. it's 20%+ percent for me 😂Screenshot_20211102-175053_Device care.jpg
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user751201tmO21
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it was okay during beta1 ... beta2 got worse...

Then with beta3, it's almost back to normal (prr-beta days) but not quite
SHAK1R
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In beta 1 i had heating issue after using few days then i rolled back in android 11!
Joined again in beta 2... now its okay but i think need to be more optimized... yea close to normal.
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Rjmjr69
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Get rid of the Facebook app use a browser to access.
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SHAK1R
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It drained 5.6% battery in 42 mins of usage! Is it normal?
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user751201tmO21
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No, it's not normal ... that's why so many Facebook users in the beta forum complained.

Those who uninstalled FB reported back that doing so fixed the high CPU / battery issues.

Keep in mind, the FB app has background processes.
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SHAK1R
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Owh... any other suggestions? And thank you guys for helping me sort out this. 🤍
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Well, I can state that I haven't seen a complaint since beta3

So *maybe* beta3 fixed the issue - not sure.

HOWEVER, we may not see any complaints after beta3 because those folks who had an issue with FB still don't have FB running

The only way to truly know, is to uninstall FB, reboot phone and Wipe Cache Partition, then see if the battery issue goes away