This is only for standby current
I am splitting this off from the original topic of High Battery Drain X10iii because
- It is a reproducible, testable and specific issue. The standby current is not dependent on signal strength, base stations etc. It should be much easier to test , find a fix, and prove it has been fixed.
- Until it is fixed, other power drain issues are masked by it.
- Jolla has not acknowledged standby drain as an issue, and may not have it marked as a bug requiring a fix.
- The original thread is muddied by many issues. This is only for standby current
OS VERSION: All up to 220.127.116.11
The X10iii has a standby current drain of 0.7-0.8% /hour, when in flight mode.
(This is greater than the extra power to run the cell+wifi+bt radios, and is the biggest contributor to the X10iii short battery life)
The X10iii Android has ~0.2%/hr in flight mode
The XA2 0.25%/hr
X10iii SFOS with wifi and cell, at 0.75%/hr i.e. ~ the same as with them off.
X10iii Android with wifi and cell 0.55%/hr or lower. (I am in a weak and very variable signal area)
The phones were also tested turned off. No change in battery % over 24hrs
My methodology is to charge the phone to 80% (happy with the end-charge setting. Yay!)
Then I set the phone up how I want and leave it unused in a standard place for some hours e.g. overnight.
I then take (InitialBatt%-FinalBatt%)/NumHours = %/hr
These numbers have remained fairly consistent at different battery levels, so I consider the battery gauge readings to be roughly valid.
The basic condition to be fixed is: just restarted, flight mode, no apps running, no Android runtime, no location, NFC off.
Initially this was happening before android runtime was installed. Having a skype running has no significant effect on the drain.
Others have disabled the fingerprint sensor with no reported effect.
Same or better drain than Android.
It should be drawing nothing except the ram retention current, and the fingerprint sensor current. (because cron type processes should have set up the hardware RTC, and not be requiring cpu operation)
Also it should be possible to disable the fingerprint sensor. When a phone is put in a pack, things will brush/bounce against the sensor as you walk, and might result in hundreds of activations/hr
It has been suggested that this would be from Sony AOSP, but so far this is untested