Samsung galaxy s3 battery drains fast
Galaxy s3 massive battery drain-resolved
Because of its attractive design and fast processor, the Samsung Galaxy S3 was one of the most successful smartphones on the market. However, it is possible that the battery would wear out quickly after some period of use. A possible possibility is that half of the battery power is drained overnight or that the battery is depleted in a matter of hours while using an app. If this is the case, and you haven’t found a battery defect using the procedures above, we’d like to show you how to repair the Samsung Galaxy S3 battery problem.
To achieve this, you must perform a Wipe cache partition on the Samsung Galaxy S3. This process deletes no longer required temporary system files. The Samsung Galaxy S3 Battery is normally easily depleted as a result of these files. NO personal data, such as photos, videos, music, or news, will be deleted if you wipe the cache partition. As a result, this approach is extremely secure and, in most situations, results in a significant reduction in battery drain.
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My Gear S3 watch has been absolutely draining suddenly since the latest update. I didn’t give it much thought until my wife complained that her galaxy watch had also been drained overnight and was having trouble charging it back up. I then noticed that both of our wearables apps had recently been updated. So I took my gear out of the charger at 100% charge and had it down to just 59 percent charge in less than an hour! This is utterly inappropriate.
I recall when the wearables had low battery life, which was eventually fixed, but it seems that the most recent update made it much worse, which I never imagined was possible. The watches used to work well, but now they die in a matter of hours. What was the point of this update in the first place? There isn’t a single difference or value that I can see. It has only served to degrade our wearables. I don’t want to do a factory reset just to end up back where I started.
Also, placing the watches on the charger would not charge them because the charger drains faster than it loads. To get them to charge at all, I had to turn off Bluetooth and NFC. And with these turned off (which disables all smart watch functionality), the watches still drain much faster than before and won’t last a day.
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I’ve had my Gear S3 Classic since last summer (so not even a year; I bought it new), and it had a decent battery life up until a few days ago. I could go almost two days without charging. However, as of yesterday, this is no longer the case. By 1 p.m., it had risen to about 60%. I usually only do around 7K steps/15-20 flights of stairs a day, and 60% is something I am used to seeing closer to bedtime than right after lunch. I’ve been confined to my desk for the majority of the day, and I’ve only taken about 2K steps/10 flights of stairs, and the battery is at 48%. I’ve restarted the watch several times, but it’s still draining the battery at 3-4 times its previous pace. Is anybody else having this problem?
After a lot of hoop jumping, I believe everything is in order: I tried power cycling it a few times, but the battery was still draining, so I uninstalled every custom watch face and app that I had installed. After that, I turned it off and kept it off for about 10-15 minutes. My phone got a message about an update after it linked with it (but when I manually checked previously, it kept saying that the Gear software was up to date). It took me to the Gear software and a “What’s new with this update” style screen when I selected it. The battery seems to have returned to normal. However, when I tested the program version, it was still R770XXU2CQL1 (which was what it was before all of this). So I’m guessing that some phase of an upgrade didn’t make it to the final/complete stage… or something along those lines, and for reasons unexplained 48 hours ago, this situation resulted in some process spinning because the update wasn’t completed. I’m not sure. Software is strange.
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I believe I’ve found a solution to my Gear S3’s rapid battery drain problem. I let the battery run out before the watch turned off on its own. In 4 hours, it went from 100% to 10%, and then from 10% to shutdown 16+ hours later. I put it back on the charger while the watch was still turned off and let it charge to 100%. It’s been 11 hours since I took it off the charger, and my battery is at 73%. I suppose the battery had to be retrained. I hope this helps someone else! There are 14 comments. 95 percent sharesavehidereport Voted up This discussion has been closed. There are no new comments or votes that can be made. Sort by the strongest.