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# 212717 9-Apr-2017 07:26
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just bought new HTC 10 yesteday charged it up and it did a few updates and now running Android 7. When I opened photos app the phone crashed and 5 minutes later restarted and it reported recovered from major error or something.  As new I did factory reset and all is fine. 11pm fully charged 100%. This morning 7am battery down to 50%,  Never so fast battery drain on Samsung.  Checked power usage and Android Os 100%.  checked in there and Awake and Wifi were both 100% all others were 0% or 1%.  Is this normal for HTC 10





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  # 1759672 9-Apr-2017 08:57
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No.

My experience is the battery better than the 7 by alot.

Left over night unused might loose 10%.



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  # 1759675 9-Apr-2017 09:03
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Mine just lost 10% in 45 minutes sitting idle while I got ready and had breakfast. Left it in lounge on standby. 





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  # 1759678 9-Apr-2017 09:08
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Clear cache partition and hard reset again

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  # 1759683 9-Apr-2017 09:11
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Linux: Clear cache partition and hard reset again

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Okay will try that. Only got mighty grocery app and unit converter on at moment so no big deal to reset.





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  # 1759948 9-Apr-2017 23:17
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Are you sure your photos app isn't set to upload all your photos of your SD card? Or check your Google account isn't synchronising you Picasa albums. A couple of possibilities that tend to eat battery, and data...



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# 1759987 10-Apr-2017 07:19
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Linux: Clear cache partition and hard reset again

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Thanks for this. after doing this noticed a huge improvement. Last night full charge 10pm. 630am today and still 94% charge.  After the Android 7 update and crashes I reset and no crash since however I hadnt cleared the cache partition thinking no need as breand ne phone. Sure did the trick. So again thankyou.





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