07-06-2012 12:21 PM
Recently, I noticed that my phone shuts off while in sleep mode. This just happens when I don't check it for a while and the display is turned off. When I do go to check my phone, it's unresponsive, even if I hold down the power button. So far, I've had to remove the batter every time this has happened in order to reboot it.
I just don't get what the issue is. I'm probably missing phone calls because I'm not even aware that my phone is turning off. I feel like after the ICS update my phone has had issues. I already performed a factory reset last week since I was having a problem with the notifications not ringing and vibrating, and now, this is happening on top of that.
If anyone has any suggestions, that would be greatly appreciated.
I have a Samsung Galaxy S2 i777.
Oh, and another thing, I noticed that my batter is at 95-100% before it shuts off by itself, and once it boots up again it's down to 85-89%. I also feel like it might be an issue with overheating: I noticed that my phone feels hot after I've been using it for a while, like texting or using the internet, and then I set it down to do other stuff when I notice that it's turned off. My phone usually feels really hot too, and the case I have for my phone probably does not help either.
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04-22-2013 11:38 AM
While the ACLU might be just trying to make noise with this one, their arguing that safety is compromised because companies like AT&T are so slow at getting updates out is spot on:
04-22-2013 2:42 PM - edited 04-22-2013 2:42 PM
SIM cards are not needed for Kies, Kies is can be so inconsistent that it will drive you mad but depositing malware is a complete LOAD.
Kies is not recognizing your firmware due to a fowl up on Samsung's end, anyone's guess on if that will be resolved.
04-27-2013 11:00 PM
05-24-2013 10:26 AM
Thought I'd post an update on my battery life post-fix. I have easily been able to get 3 days on a charge now.
BUT... here's why... I don't charge the phone, I swap batteries and put the used one in a wall-charger.
I did some experiments and charging the phone gave me approx. ONE day of use. Use my spare battery swap routine and I have gotten as much as FIVE days. Granted, they were really light use days... but still.
So, charging the phone is an occasional necessity. But, when ever I can and most of the time, I do the swap and it is GREAT!