battery charge is rapidly down in 7 pro...what should I do?

  1. Hurrys
    Cupcake Sep 22, 2019

  2. NeoDrakkon
    Honeycomb Sep 22, 2019

    NeoDrakkon , Sep 22, 2019 :
    Go to your battery panel, see which app is draining the battery, uninstal it. Then go battery optimization -> Advance optimization (3 verticals dots on top) and activate both "Deep optimization" and "Sleep standby optimization".

    This should fix your problem

  3. S1569152551009
    Cupcake Sep 22, 2019

    S1569152551009 , Sep 22, 2019 :
    since i cant open up new thread, i will quietly visit this :D

    i have problem with new updata, it changed my screenlock code to something else and now i cant use my phone. i went to factory reset screen (volume down and powerbutton) but then i remembered that i have some important pictures i need to back up first.

    now the phone is locked in bootmenu asking code which i dont know. powerbutton does nothing. how do i boot the phone again so i can try to get those pictures off it?

  4. ClassicMain
    Eclair Sep 22, 2019

    ClassicMain , Sep 22, 2019 :
    try volume up + power button

  5. S1569152551009
    Cupcake Sep 22, 2019

  6. S1569152551009
    Cupcake Sep 22, 2019

  7. ClassicMain
    Eclair Sep 22, 2019

    ClassicMain , Sep 22, 2019 :
    I told you it will work ;)

  8. Mynteer
    Froyo Sep 22, 2019

    Mynteer , Sep 22, 2019 :
    You could also try to connect the phone to a computer via USB and get the pictures out that way, exporting them to the computer.

  9. NeoDrakkon
    Honeycomb Sep 25, 2019

    NeoDrakkon , Sep 25, 2019 :
    Actually from what he described he can't, because by default the OP7 Pro only allow charging, for you to access the content you need to drop the upper bar and change it, but you can't do it with your phone locked

  10. Mynteer
    Froyo Sep 25, 2019

    Mynteer , Sep 25, 2019 :
    Oh yeah, I forgot you need to unlock the phone to change that option

  11. pgrey
    Ice Cream Sandwich Sep 25, 2019

    pgrey , Sep 25, 2019 :
    Yep, @NeoDrakkon, @Mynteer , agreed, without the drive being "encrypted/locked" it would never meet current standards here.

    If you don't have the code/pattern/whatever, you cannot un-encrypt your drive, unfortunately (or fortunately, depending on how you're looking at it). This keeps the bad-guys from easily stealing your data, if they have "physical access" to your device and the USB-port.
    There are ways around this, in *some* cases (not going into depth here with this part), but generally NOT easy/cheap ones.

    If you didn't turn on "boot security" though, you *might* be able to boot it into recovery, and then access it via the USB-port. I think "boot security" was enabled by default in 9.x, but I'm not 100% on that one, I'm more of a Win-guy, I don't track the features as much in Android at this point...

    To be 1000% clear, I AM NOT suggesting anyone should set their drive to "de-crypted", on anything other than a test device/mode with "disposable data" on the phone, only.
    It's a pretty huge security risk to set it to un-encrypted, permanently.