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Battery on my OP3 is dying since Last Updates

  1. _DEDSEC_
    Jelly Bean Apr 23, 2017

    _DEDSEC_ , Apr 23, 2017 :
    I am gonna post a new thread check it out.
     

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  2. rajivgaba
    Donut Apr 23, 2017


    #62
  3. G_Billybob_Schneider_lnm
    Froyo Apr 23, 2017


    #63
  4. _DEDSEC_
    Jelly Bean Apr 23, 2017

  5. Siddharth_901
    Donut Apr 23, 2017


    #65
  6. G_Billybob_Schneider_lnm
    Froyo Apr 23, 2017

  7. G_Chetan_Dewangan_lvhf
    Donut Apr 23, 2017


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  8. jim262
    Ice Cream Sandwich Apr 23, 2017

    jim262 , Apr 23, 2017 :
    They are not the same. Similar yes, but quite different in reality. One wipes all residual data, including internal storage folder structure. The other merely resets the system partition and folder structure is left in place. Therefore residual data causing issues can still be on your internal storage.
     

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  9. jim262
    Ice Cream Sandwich Apr 23, 2017

    jim262 , Apr 23, 2017 :
    A Factory Reset merely resets the System partition and does not remove the folder structure in internal storage, whereas, a total wipe deletes everything. No residual data is left behind. Factory Reset is simpler and quicker, but does not clean the device completely.
     

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  10. yogaraj419
    Eclair Apr 24, 2017


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  11. jim262
    Ice Cream Sandwich Apr 24, 2017

    jim262 , Apr 24, 2017 :
    You will always have the same problems as long as you choose the same path. Choose another path and do an internet search to make your device better.
     

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  12. Sumesh23
    Cupcake Apr 24, 2017

    Sumesh23 , Apr 24, 2017 :
    I am facing problem with my OP3t after the update 4.1.3, whatsapp, Facebook, Instagram and all other apps are not working after the 4.1.3 update,always waiting for network shows the network problem but I used try with WiFi, Vodafone network, aircel and also with airtel but problem not solved plz do something
     

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  13. G_Billybob_Schneider_lnm
    Froyo Apr 24, 2017

    G_Billybob_Schneider_lnm , Apr 24, 2017 :
    I could have sworn a factory reset was basically a full wipe
     

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  14. kiranjoshi226
    Cupcake Apr 24, 2017

    kiranjoshi226 , Apr 24, 2017 :
    Tried clearing cache few times. Issue with battery woes continue
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  15. _DEDSEC_
    Jelly Bean Apr 24, 2017

    _DEDSEC_ , Apr 24, 2017 :
    I think you have come to an end, you have to do a factory reset or formate, and it should solve any software glitches, should you still face the issue, then it's a hardware problem, contact a service center.
     

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    kiranjoshi226 likes this.
  16. _DEDSEC_
    Jelly Bean Apr 24, 2017

  17. mstoecke
    Froyo Apr 24, 2017

    mstoecke , Apr 24, 2017 :
    Yesterday I also had that battery drain and in my case Google Chrome seemed to be the badass. After deactivating the Chrome App, the drain stopped immediately. Maybe you should try that until Chrome is preinstalled on OP devices.
     

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  18. jim262
    Ice Cream Sandwich Apr 24, 2017

    jim262 , Apr 24, 2017 :
    They are not the same though. Factory reset is the ‘soft’ version of reset. It is not an in-depth reset for your phone. It just restores your phone to the factory version of software and configurations. It is mostly done to undo a setting/configuration change which is not being resolved through other means.

    A complete wipe of cache, data and system partitions ('hard’ reset or ‘hardware reset’), wipes the phone’s software completely and clears everything deeply, without leaving any chance of recovery of data/settings. It is done through the phone’s boot-loader screen, using special key combinations particular to every manufacturer.

    A hard-reset is more severe, and solves all the problems that you might face with the software. A soft-reset is a simpler one
     

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  19. Siddhesh dhond
    Cupcake Apr 24, 2017


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  20. F_Yash_Agarwal_tUqi
    Gingerbread Apr 24, 2017


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