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    Default iGO Android - Battery drain slowly but surely

    Dear friends,

    I'm trying for months to solve a problem. I think, since TMC functions via the Internet, the battery discharges slowly, however, that I have plug in. About 4-5% per hour drain the battery. When navigating long I remained without phone.
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    - Phone HTC One SV, OS Android 4.1.2
    - iGO 9.6.29.625048 (current), also trying to 9.6.29.390522, 9.6.29.625822
    Maybe I should buy a new phone.

    thanks for any idea

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    You need to find a charger that gives at least 2.1A and try different cables from charger to phone. Some usb leads have very thin wires and only charge slowly.

    Some phones need a special cable to charge quickly.

    This is nothing to do with iGo and is set by your hardware, so for better answers, you need to say what the hardware is.

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    to compare cables and chargers, works very good
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    Thanks to kalleh and hairydog,

    Exactly that was the problem. The apk. "Ampere" was a big help! At home i have 800 mA with 220V charger und in the car with 12C charger ONLY 20-100 mA.

    I bought the first new charger, but the largest surprise was the cable. Of all 8 cable that I had 4 discard garbage. With apk.Ampere I checked very easily in shop the cable and charger. And as always quality costs money.

 

 

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