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Samsung Galaxy Smartphone Fast Battery Draining Issue: Solution

Did you recently noticed your Galaxy Smartphone battery draining too fast? If did you may be worried and searching for a solution from the very first day, don't worry we have sort it out everything. For this issue first we need to investigate what may be the exact reason behind it. If it's a hardware issue or a damaged battery then there is no other solution except replacing it. But if it's a software issue we can sort it out with some small investigation, solutions and tricks.

Did you recently installed any new app before the battery draining issue has been noticed?

If the battery draining is caused by a software issue then the main culprit behind it can be a bad app. So check whether you have installed any new apps, if did please uninstall it and restart your phone and check whether the battery life has been bettered. To uninstall an app go to Settings->Application Manager.

So if the issue is still there then some other app can be the issue, but it is not advisable to uninstall each and every app on your Galaxy Smartphone to confirm it. So we have another method, the safe mode. Safe mode is some what similar like the Windows Safe Mode. In safe mode all the apps will be disabled except the factory installed ones so you will be able to confirm that the battery drain is due to a bad app.

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To enter your Samsung Galaxy Smartphone into Safe Mode please switch it off first. Once the phone is switched off completely wait for a few seconds and press "Power" button to switch it back on. Now press and hold the "Vol Down" button once you see your phone model number on the screen. Once your phone is booted up it will automatically go to the "Safe Mode". Now check whether the battery issue is resolved, if resolved then try to find the bad app which is eating up the battery by trial and error method, if not please proceed further.

Are you among the ones who keeps the data connection ON all times?

If you are among the ones who keeps the data and wifi connection enabled all times then please disable it when not required, because data connection is the main culprit behind the battery drain in modern Smartphones, whether it's android or iphone.

Turn Off automatic Sync

In your Samsung Galaxy Android Smartphone there will be lot apps which automatically syncs it's data all the time like for eg: Gmail app. So Please disable the auto sync option for all that kind of apps and do manual sync when you need it.

To disable sync there are lot of options

Methods 1

Settings->Power Saving Mode-> Uncheck "Block backgroud data"

Method 2

From the notification panel as shown in the above screen shot.

Method 3

Settings->Data usage> expand the menu and  uncheck the option Auto sync data.

Turn of Location Services

Turn off the location services when you doesn't require it. You can disable it from the notification panel or from Settings menu.

That's it friends, these are the methods with which you can resolve the fast battery drain issue on your Samsung Galaxy Smartphone, if the issue is still not resolved try to contact a nearby service centre and get the battery replaced asap.

If you have faced any issues while trying to resolve the battery draining issue on your Galaxy Smartphone, please feel free to post it in the comment section below, don't worry I will help you as fast as I can.

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You will get no help from Samsung or Sprint.  I have a Galaxy 5 and a fully charged new battery that used to last all day now only lasted 2 hours WITH THE SAMSUNG SYSTEM UPDATE- it also ran hot - MORE LIKE A DOWNGRADE.  From the same people who brought you phones and pads that caught fire.  You think they would have learned.  They will tell you that you can't undo the upgrade.  An obvious ploy to force you to buy a new phone.  I tried everything: putting it on power saving, deleting apps, nothing in all the articles you read worked.
 There is one option - you probably won't like - the "nuclear" option.  But I did it and the phone and battery are working fine again.   You need to do a FACTORY RESET.     Do a SEARCH under SETTINGS for the "factory reset".   Before you reset make sure you back up all your contact information, photos and other things you want to save on the SD card you have in your phone - NOT on the phone device itself.  If you don't have a SD card in the phone back up what you can on a desktop PC through a USB to USB mini cable.  Also check out what apps you have and what you need to do to reinstall them.   If it is an app you purchased make sure you have the license key, username, and password or whatever you need to install the app again from Google Play and and then reactivate it with your license key.   A factory reset will erase EVERYTHING on your phone, data, apps, contacts, everything and restart from scratch.  ALL YOUR PERSONAL DATA AND APPS WILL BE WIPED OUT.   Also in the factory reset there is an option box to erase everything on your SD card as well.  DON'T check it.  Hit the reset button.   Wait.  Reset.  Then import back contacts, photos and other files back from your SD card to your phone device.  You can export to the SD card and import back to the phone from APPS>MY FILES>LOCAL STORAGE  and then choose which way you want to transfer the files. You will then have to reinstall all the apps that got erased from Google Play.   Like I said it is a "nuclear" option and takes time to redo everything but it does allow your phone to give you normal battery life again.  Obviously something the update programmers at Samsung don't care about.   And of course, if your phone shoots you a notice in the future about the option to download or install a system upgrade - NEVER SAY "yes".   Obviously the Samsung update programmers and corporate Execs can't be trusted - except to force you to buy a new phone.  And make sure under SETTINGS>SYSTEM>SYSTEM UPDATE    you UNCHECK the box that says "DOWNLOAD UPDATES AUTOMATICALLY" 
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That may be the result of a corrupt system file or a thirsty application which got resolved when you resetted it.
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Hi I did these steps but nothing changed on my phone, I had Samsung galaxy A9 and when it reached 80% automatically shut down when connected to wifi I don't know if it's battery issue or settings.
Anyone who may find me what to do..
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Please contact an authorized Samsung service center because this looks like a hardware issue.
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I am the same Larry as above. I tried all of the above suggestions. Nothing helped except to deselect Wi-Fi. With that change the problem went away for the most part. That happened on both my old phone and the new one I purchased. Sounds like a good way to force me to use my data! Yes I understand Samsung and Verizon are two different companies but my trust level for big companies is nil. What better way to force me to us my data which I now have to do.
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It has nothing to do with a company or carrier. It is simple logic that when you use the battery 24/7 the charge depletes faster. So switch on the data connection or Wifi when you need rather than keeping it ON all time.
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I have samsung j4plus and its battery is draining bery fasting and it is charging very slowly....by its original charger
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Did you tried all the solutions above? If did please take a backup of your phone and perform a factory reset. If that doesn't solve the problem then please contact an authorized Samsung service center.
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my samsung galaxy m20 draining too quickly during idle time.
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The phone z slow ... as compare to MI . But it goes irritating when u use it while charging . The screen response becomes worse . Playing pubg while charging ur samsung A50 is the worst experience i ever had . Screen senstivity becomes worse using it while charging the device .
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Not solve ... It is big issue
Very fast mobile battery discharge.....
Now hopeless ....
Very irritating to use samsung A50
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Please contact Samsung service center. It may be a hardware problem.
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My Samsung Galaxy J3 worked great for 18 months the battery life lasting several days. Suddenly the battery began draining 50% in a day with no change in level of usage and no app being the culprit. A new battery had no impact on the problem. A local repair shop confirmed the problem is not software. Has Samsung caused this problem so i have to buy a new phone or are they just making phones that are designed to fail so i have to buy a new phone. My last phone lasted several years.
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First of all we are not officially associated with Samsung in anyway.
The best thing you can do now is to reset your phone's battery. Please follow the below steps for that;

Discharge your phone fully until it turns itself off, now Turn it on again and let it turn itself off.
Charge your phone using the stock charger without turning it on. Allow it to charge until 100 percent. Unplug your charger now and turn your phone on. If the battery % is less than 100 connect the charger again and charge it until it says 100%.
Now unplug your phone and restart it. If it doesn't say 100 percent, plug the charger back in until it says 100 percent on screen.
Repeat this cycle until it says 100 percent (or as close as you think it's going to get) when you start it up without it being plugged in.
Now, let your battery discharge all the way down to 0 percent and let your phone turn off again.
Fully charge the battery one more time without interruption. That's it your phone's battery is reset now.
Please check whether your issue is resolved.
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