Original topic:

Note 10+ battery drains super fast after latest update

(Topic created on: 09-11-2021 08:56 AM)
DrTareq
Active Level 4
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Galaxy Note
I updated mobile today. I wish i didn't! Battery seems to be draining 1% every 3 minutes! That's crazy. Even with charger on, it gets super hot.! My Note 10+ is less than 1.5 year old.. In mint condition.. Any suggestions?? 
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Meetrishii
Active Level 6
Galaxy Note
Hi, try to clear your cache partition, update your apps from Google store and play store
MohammedSijah
Expert Level 1
Galaxy Note
Being hot, soon after the update is normal. It may show some battery drain too. Please wait 2-3 days so that it gets adapted. Anyway please wipe your cache partition.
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MohammedSijah
Expert Level 1
Galaxy Note
If nothing solves, perform a battery calibration.
(Drain your battery to zero. Again turn ON and drain fully. Now charge it to straight 100% without turning ON (slow charging preferred) Remove any phone case if any, to prevent heating while charging. )
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DrTareq
Active Level 4
Galaxy Note
Is that method tried and guaranteed not to harm the battery?
MohammedSijah
Expert Level 1
Galaxy Note
I can just guarantee that it's tried and it solves. I myself had done it too. (Eg: https://r2.community.samsung.com/t5/Tablets/When-my-tab-is-in-93-it-js-showing-full-charge/td-p/9041...)
But regarding the battery health, I'm not an expert for that. Draining battery beyond 30-20 is never preferred. I never do it. But this usually applies to continuous and habitual usages and in a long run.
If we drain it just for once and it is for a purpose, I would say no issues.
We take drugs, and everything have the side effects😊.
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themightya
Active Level 3
Galaxy Note
Try replacing the battery, if it's health has dropped as that's also one of the reason for battery dropping like that, or try putting unused apps to sleep
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Samsung_specialist
Community Manager
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Galaxy Note

Hi, 

Please try to apply Safe Mode as well, to enable Safe Mode, by following the below:

- Press and hold the Power and Volume down buttons (left edge) until the 'Power off' prompt appears on the screen then release.

- Touch and hold Power off until the 'Safe mode' prompt appears then release.

- To confirm, tap Safe mode.

And if remains please share your device logs, to send the device logs, please follow the below:

Press and hold Samsung members Icon > Then tap on Error reports > Select category of your report > Make sure that "Send Log Data" is selected to help resolve your inquire > Describe your problem in details > Change the frequency to whatever you prefer > Then send it.

 

If the issue continues, please bring the device to a Samsung Service Center. 

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