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The fixing Way of Android OS, Android System Battery Drain

One of the things that bothers many user experiences is the random consumption of batteries. We are here to help you. We hope to reduce the performance of Android OS and Android system in terms of power consumption statistics.

Android ecosystem is a long way from being just an experimental open source project. In the past decade, many things have happened to the most commonly used OS, but one of the things that bothers many user experiences is the random consumption of batteries. Although the main cause of battery random consumption is poor application optimization, many other reasons are often ignored. The most annoying battery absorbing component is usually “Android OS and Android system”. The annoying reason is that you know the battery is running out of power for some strange reason, but you can’t do anything because you don’t know what happened. However, we are here to help you reduce the performance of Android OS and Android system in terms of power consumption statistics.

Before we start to solve this problem, you must realize that Android OS and Android system are mainly caused by some applications or functions running continuously in the background, and it seems strange that actually responsible applications will never run in the list. This is because if Facebook or WhatsApp needs your location details, it will ask the Android system to provide information, so it will consume battery power. Usually, this app wakes up the device in the background all the time, because once you give the app permission to use the location, contact, etc., it will not knock the next time it needs the same information. So, how to solve it? Well, there seem to be ways to fundamentally solve this problem, but we can’t say that these solutions work for everyone. It’s harmless to try, isn’t it?

Clear cache from inventory or custom recovery

This is probably the most recommended solution for this type of battery consumption. Clearing the cache from inventory recovery helps to purge all daemons in the loop for no reason. To clear the cache from inventory recovery, you need to first enter inventory recovery through some combination of buttons. For me, it’s holding down the power button and the volume down button after shutting down my device completely. After publishing this information, you can go to erase data and cache, and then click erase cache. If you are root and have installed twrp or CWM recovery, simply press and hold the power button when the device is turned on and press recover as the restart option to enter recovery.

Clear Google play service data

If you don’t know, Google play services is where most things happen on Android. However, the wrong Google play service update or behavior may cause the Android system to run out of battery power. To solve this problem, you can clear Google play service data directly from Android settings. To erase data, go to Settings > apps > Google play services > storage > manage space > clear cache and clear all data.

Uninstall useless applications

With a few exceptions, in most cases, poor application optimization is the main cause of random battery power consumption. Facebook, instagram, twitter and other applications consume a lot of power. In addition, their stubborn behavior of keeping devices awake in the background can lead to faster battery consumption. A simple solution? If you can live without these applications, uninstall them or find an alternative to reducing battery consumption. Otherwise, you can deny some permissions to them and minimize their background refresh rate.

Disable automatic backup

You know what? Android provides an option to automatically back up all user settings and passwords at equal intervals. The next time you log in or restore factory settings on another device with the same Google account, Wi Fi settings, passwords and other settings will be restored automatically. However, it does bring costs, i.e. frequent battery consumption. To disable this option, go to Settings > return and reset > back up my data.

That’s all for today. Hope you enjoyed this article. However, if you have doubts or have any questions about this, you can contact me in the comments section below. I’ll be happy to help you as best I can. Let us know your feedback and suggestions at any time, they allow us to provide you with high-quality work that responds to your needs and expectations, and helps you continue to give back to our products. Thank you for reading this article.


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