iPhone 4 Battery Drain

Discussion in 'iPhone Tips, Help and Troubleshooting' started by Sabacrow, Nov 6, 2010.

  1. Sabacrow macrumors newbie

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    I'm running a jailbroken iPhone 4 on 4.1 and I have been having some major battery issues. I took my phone off the charger once it reached full charge, and not even 3 hours later my battery was at 60%. I checked the usage and standby to see that they both read the same time. This lead me to believe that even when I put my phone into sleep mode, there were still processes running. I got the sysinfoplus app to see the processes running, but the ones that I want to kill can't be killed through that app. This is very very frustrating and I need someone who knows what they're doing.
    Please and thank you
     
  2. LouieSamman macrumors 6502a

    LouieSamman

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    Orlando, Florida
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    I know that theres one app that I have called "NightStand Central".

    It's a alarm clock and drains battery quick when the iPhone is on sleep.

    But it's only when I leave the app open when I put it to sleep.

    SO what I'm trying to say is that it possible could be an app.

    OPTIONS:

    -Delete all the multitasking apps
    -Use the battery up until iPhone shuts off (to calibrate the battery)
    -Turn off Notification or choose the ones you want "ON"
     
  3. lythro macrumors newbie

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    application

    hello there is a application that helps your batter last longer it charges it to its max ,
    i had the same problem with my iphone 4 and now it goes for 2 days ..
    its called : BatteryDoctor
    try it and please write back:p
     
  4. Lord Appleseed macrumors 6502a

    Lord Appleseed

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    I have noticed a similar behavior with my non-jailbroken iPhone 4 sometimes.
    Try turning it off and on...

    For the reasons: maybe there are some hidden processes running that wont quit so easy.
     
  5. b00ya macrumors member

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    Oct 26, 2010
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    60%? Lucky you. Mine loses a lot more. :(

    You know your iPhone4 is trash when your heavily used 3+ year old 1st gen iPhone can outlast it. I'd get rid of this phone in a second if I could get my money back. I've never been so disappointed in an apple product or even a phone in general before and i absolutely LOVED my last iPhones.

    There are so many problems with this iPhone it's not even funny.

    Argh argh argh. lol

    $700 robbery
     

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