Charging overnight.

  1. ghostofcain
    Marshmallow Feb 24, 2017

    ghostofcain , Feb 24, 2017 :
    Wow it's almost like everyone posting after you hasn't bothered to read your post at all, who'd have predicted that?

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  2. Backt0thefuture
    Donut Feb 24, 2017

    Backt0thefuture , Feb 24, 2017 :
    y not 100% I notice it takes longer to go to 100% than to lower battery levels. why?

  3. Backt0thefuture
    Donut Feb 24, 2017

    Backt0thefuture , Feb 24, 2017 :
    I haven't tried this.....would it help with my apps/system responsiveness currently being slower than normal? I wiped my system/app cache recently and ever since a week it got slower.

  4. Nithin_Joseph
    Ice Cream Sandwich Feb 24, 2017

    Nithin_Joseph , Feb 24, 2017 :
    System performance:
    do you use any accessibility apps or any battery saver/clean up apps? These will reduce system performance.

    Battery life:
    and yes, doing so will definitely improve your battery life.

  5. F_ER_Aadil_Chogle_YXRG
    Froyo Feb 24, 2017

    F_ER_Aadil_Chogle_YXRG , Feb 24, 2017 :
    Dont Just When You Wake Up Put It On charge till u get ready the battery will be about 90 percent i use this idea good for battery in long run

  6. 9390969044
    Donut Feb 24, 2017

    9390969044 , Feb 24, 2017 :
    Hello friends,

    my one plus 3t over heating while making video call and sometimes times while charging mobile.

    most of the times i am facing the speakers valume issues. sometimes valume is good and sometimes valume is very low.

  7. Backt0thefuture
    Donut Feb 24, 2017

    Backt0thefuture , Feb 24, 2017 :
    I deleted the apps because I compared it with the manual wipe system / app cache. The apps were misleading and never really cleared decent cashe files..only 40 MB were freed (and the apps claimed 2GB). When done manually, it ended up being about 400MB Freed.

    Ever since I did the manual system cache...my phone has been acting up with responsiveness. But I'll try and let the battery drain out & fully charge it 3 times like you said.

    I'm afraid to manually clear the system cache again...I have a feeling this screwed my phone.it couldn't be anything else, can it? I have the same usage patterns ever since I got my one plus 3.

  8. kanore
    Cupcake Feb 24, 2017

  9. Tonybarnaby
    Ice Cream Sandwich Feb 24, 2017

    Tonybarnaby , Feb 24, 2017 :
    It doesn't matter how slowly you charge, the capacity loss will be sped up if you charge to 100%. The higher the state of charge, the more stress on the lithium ions. If you use your phone heavily, just keep that in mind. If you are a light user like me, keeping it from 20-80% is beneficial. It's not worth it if 20-80 means you have to charge midway thru the day. If you use under 60% total per day, then 20-80 would be ideal for you.

  10. aristotlebalraj
    Cupcake Feb 24, 2017

  11. sfomin
    Nougat Feb 24, 2017

    sfomin , Feb 24, 2017 :
    in what world is overnight = 12 hours? i want to move there. here, overnight is like 6hrs[​IMG]

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  12. LukasBoscher
    Gingerbread Feb 24, 2017

  13. Drofidnas
    Gingerbread Feb 24, 2017

    Drofidnas , Feb 24, 2017 :
    There is no way to use the phone as a clock at night unless you leave it plugged in, as the screen saver won't kick in.

  14. F_Muhammad_Danish_qJjH
    Cupcake Feb 25, 2017

  15. SatriaPr
    Ice Cream Sandwich Feb 25, 2017

  16. tony1980
    Froyo Feb 25, 2017

    tony1980 , Feb 25, 2017 :
    no idea rarely charge my op3t longer then 20mins at a time... but positive it's safe

  17. G_Kunal_Bhakta_TifN
    Cupcake Feb 25, 2017

    G_Kunal_Bhakta_TifN , Feb 25, 2017 :

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  18. haze.1986
    Froyo Feb 25, 2017

    haze.1986 , Feb 25, 2017 :
    Ignore those that claim that it shouldn't be at 100%. It's a hassle to maintain it at a "sweet range" which has no scientific backing. Just keep it connected to the charger while at home, it'll be fine.

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  19. shahilar
    Cupcake Feb 25, 2017

  20. Nithin_Joseph
    Ice Cream Sandwich Feb 25, 2017

    Nithin_Joseph , Feb 25, 2017 :
    To wipe/clear cache another way you could do is by entering into recovery mode.
    Go to settings>Developer options>Advanced reboot. Make sure this is checked.
    Now long press power button and select reboot>Recovery and reboot into recovery mode.

    once there,select your language preference (English,I suppose) and then select wipe cache>ok
    After the phone wipes,click on reboot.

    If wiping cache doesn't help,you can do a factory reset - this will wipe all your data though. If you're on a new OS,it is recommended that you take a backup of all your data and then doing a factory reset.