I never asked if you were a psychic...... I asked is there a way to see what's using battery. For example in Android you can see what % of battery is used by each app/system resource etc... I didn't know if there was a tweak like this from iOS.neither of those are the issue are you jailbroken? have you downloaded anything there. Sorry but we are not psychics you going to have to provide info if you want help. I usually say uninstall one app at a time till the problem goes away. if your loosing battery that fast it should be easy to see what the cause is.
Seen like a memory leak, try the following:I'm losing 1% every 45 seconds. Everything was fine until 2 nights ago and I have no idea what happened. All I did was download some app updates (Facebook and Chrome). Next morning it all went downhill.
try uninstalling them and see if it fixes it. However facebook for me is not the issue but I'm not on it a ton. I use intelliscreenX so I can't say anything about lockinfo.Same thing happening to me for the past few days. Battery life decreased by a half and my usage time is almost the same as the standby time according to phone info, although the phone is not being used most of the time. Something's runing in the background and chewing at the battery although I've made sure all killable tasks have been killed in the app switcher.
I'm suspecting the latest version of Lockinfo (126.96.36.199) is the culprit but have no way to prove it. Everything was fine until I updated Lockinfo. Or could it be the new Facebook app?
great info if ts is jailbroken then I think that is the exact solution he is looking for. That's the 1st I've heard of that one. Have to try that one myself.A much faster (instanteous) way of finding out apps with high CPU usage on jailbroken devices is using top via SSH:
OK I got Top from Cydia and I SSH into my phone and run Terminal. In the terminal I enter "top" and it seems to run but only thing it does just refreshes the terminal screen a couple of times with its info (all zeros) and then freezes my SSH terminal.A much faster (instanteous) way of finding out apps with high CPU usage on jailbroken devices is using top via SSH:
I'm having the same issue. Standby I lose about 15% every 20 minutes, with usage I lose 1% every 45 seconds. I have experienced this non jailbroken on 5.0.1, 5.1.1 and 6.0 and I have also experienced this jailbroken on 5.0.1 and 5.1.1I'm losing 1% every 45 seconds. Everything was fine until 2 nights ago and I have no idea what happened. All I did was download some app updates (Facebook and Chrome). Next morning it all went downhill.