AnonD-64777, 14 Feb 2014After 4.3 jelly bean update my note battery drain very fast.1% drain in jst 2 to 3 minute.if a... moreSo finaly u got ur phone fixed ,congrats...now install a app called greenify and check what all applications r running in background..and hibernate the one's not so usefull ..and avoid useing ripple effect on lockscreen ...u can use lens flair or anything else.u will see improvements in batterylife..enjoy..
AnonD-64777, 14 Feb 2014After 4.3 jelly bean update my note battery drain very fast.1% drain in jst 2 to 3 minute.if a... moreGo to settings --> application manager --> Swipe right to left 3 times and choose all --> Here choose each unnecessary app and choose force stop. Then choose disable (if available).
Disable auto brightness if you are staying indoors or going out in night time. Reduce the display brightness and the screen time to 30 seconds or less.
If it is under warranty, get a new battery at the Samsung service centre.
AnonD-64777, 14 Feb 2014After 4.3 jelly bean update my note battery drain very fast.1% drain in jst 2 to 3 minute.if a... moreYa Airy after update that 20 mb ..My battery also drain very fastly..so I came to service center for changing the software
After 4.3 jelly bean update my note battery drain very fast.1% drain in jst 2 to 3 minute.if anyone knw how to fix d prob n increas battery lyf plz tell me....thanku
Im using Note 2, running 4.3.
However since yesterday, when I try Update option, it says that your device has exceeded the update options, try with KIES(something like this message).
My device is an Indian device from Samsung Showroom.
AnonD-208826, 13 Feb 2014Seriously 1.2 GB update. Did you get an OTA update or you got it via kies. I have not heard of... moreReally. I have no intention of SPAMMING here. I think the update is varying from device to device within the same model. Mine was manufactured in July 2013 and bought in 24th August 2013.
The information that I share here is for my N7100 device.
Wow Samsung kies !! What seemed to be a big big update on kies in excess of 1 gb was just a 21 mb update in OTA and that too without issuing any change log.
To Jeswin and sunils :
My device was bought in India and it is made in Vietnam. My device is getting such updates.
The second and third useless update (1.2 GB each) can only be done via KIES.
I am saying for my device. From your statement, it looks like update size is varying for different handsets in the same model N7100.
Check out Nokia X A110 phone in gsmarena search now.
AnonD-232943, 13 Feb 2014I am using note 2 (4.1.2) i can't update it into 4.3 Anyone "Please help me"Try updating via samsung kies
S . SUDHAKAR, 13 Feb 2014After android 4.3 upgrading, my device got the below 3 updates : > 1st update - 14 MB (inc... moreSeriously 1.2 GB update. Did you get an OTA update or you got it via kies. I have not heard of a 1.2 gb update ever.
S . SUDHAKAR, 13 Feb 2014After android 4.3 upgrading, my device got the below 3 updates : > 1st update - 14 MB (inc... moreThanx one of my friend says he got through ota 32mb it's running good& no battery issues also
AnonD-53316, 13 Feb 2014There are tons of mid range Android by Samsung, Sony, HTC, Motorola, check in the market. If y... moreI agree that there is a phone like Samsung I8190 and I9100 matching the specifications that I have told. Those phones have only android 4.1 and are not available now in India as new piece with warranty. There is just a rumour that 4.4.x will be targeted on low end phones also. But nothing is done in reality for such phones.
You must accept the fact that the companies are forcing high end models on to the customers in the name of developing technology.
As I said earlier, I liked the specifications of Samsung I9100 (before buying N7100). But I didn't get that mobile in the store.
Anyway lets wait for Nokia's normandy phone in MWC 2014 and see its performance and battery backup time.
AnonD-26497, 13 Feb 2014@ SUNDAY ARE did u update how's the performance battery backup ,is there any lags or what actu... moreAfter android 4.3 upgrading, my device got the below 3 updates :
> 1st update - 14 MB (increased idle standby time by a small amount and no visible changes)
> 2nd update - 1.2 GB (useless no changes in battery standby time and no visible changes)
> 3rd update - 1.2 GB (almost useless, meagre increase in idle standby time only and apps appear to open and close a bit fast - according to me)
No lags. If you keep only WiFi on in flight mode with all unnecessary apps disabled (in settings -> application manager -> all) without using in screen off mode, the battery charge decreases by 1% every 30 to 45 minutes. Before it used to decrease by 3% to 5% for the same time. From this, the idle standby time has increased. In my words, the meaning idle standby and normal standby are different.
The standby time (when using it normally) has not gone even worse. It remains the same that is upto 24 to 30 hours according my usage (in pure flight mode***, auto brightness and all unnecessary apps* disabled, WiFi usage** upto 4 non continuous hours, screen off time at 30 seconds).
* means - all google apps except hangouts and maps, all samsung apps like flipboard etc. Hangouts and maps are closed just by pressing return button.
** means - 4 hours includes browsing for some time and WiFi texting for some time. Using both (browsing and online texting at the same time is rare).
*** means - all radio options (except WiFi) are switched off. I will switch off WiFi too when not using it.
I should put my device to WiFi standby continuously from 100% battery charge (based on the condition marked with * symbol) and see how much hours the battery charge lasts.
Updates - means the releases within the same version
Upgrade - changes to higher version.
I am using note 2 (4.1.2) i can't update it into 4.3
"Please help me"
S . SUDHAKAR, 13 Feb 2014Base band version : N7100DDENA1 Kernel version : 3.0.31-2401794 se.infra@R0210-01 #1 ... more@ SUNDAY ARE did u update how's the performance battery backup ,is there any lags or what actually wats the update experience
S . SUDHAKAR, 13 Feb 2014See. I actually preferred Samsung I9100. But it was not availablen the stores. The companies a... moreThere are tons of mid range Android by Samsung, Sony, HTC, Motorola, check in the market. If you like old models it's your liking but the companies think the other way, they go on developing their technology, it's technology every model will be obsolete after some time, accept it.
AnonD-53316, 13 Feb 2014Get a phone with the above specifications and be satisfied, no one is pressuring you to use hi... moreI hope Nokia's normandy phones should put an end to the worst battery backup. Lets wait and see. No need to include it for a debate now.
[deleted post]If you can't understand simple English, I can't do anything. Battery backup means battery backup time. Understood?. I didn't mention external battery backup.
AnonD-53316, 13 Feb 2014Get a phone with the above specifications and be satisfied, no one is pressuring you to use hi... moreSee. I actually preferred Samsung I9100. But it was not availablen the stores. The companies are pushing quad core and octa core phones to the customers there by stopping mid range phones. What do you call this then?. Can you get Samsung I9100 or Nokia N8 or Samsung I8910 now?.