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Nov 26, 2019, 8:50:24 PM via Website
Nov 26, 2019 8:50:24 PM via Website
I'm new to this forum and I don't know if I'm posting in the appropriate section. Please, relocate my post if necessary.
I'm quite a newbie regarding phone hacks but I can make my way through the various general processes related to phone updates.
I recently updated my Galaxy A40 to Pie (A405FNXXU2ASJ1, Oct. 2019) [update: after checking on the official Samsung website, I updated the original April version of Pie with the August update and the battery issue started aftewards] and the battery started discharging way faster since then. I'm really not satisfied with this issue and I would like to do something to solve or improve battery life.
I tried Package Disable Pro and disabled a few apps and packages, although I don't really know which services to disable exactly. I also added most apps to the standby app list in the developer options, but it didn't improve the situation as much as I expected. I used to charge my phone every 24 hours or so with Wi-Fi on all the time, no Bluetooth or NFC.
Would anyone have an idea to get a similar battery life (charge once per 24 hours) or explain to me how to restore Oreo (downgrade or flash).
Thank you very much for your help
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