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Michael_Mcr

Nougat on HTC 10

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Much weirdness, no idea on that one I'm afraid.

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After going through the system and turning off all the uneccesary stuff, and also trying all the suggested interweb fixs of cache clearing etc, the battery drain seems to have now settled down to about 10 to 15% per hour of screen-on usage, which is not far off where it was pre Nougat.

Standby / sleep battery drain is OK, with the system usually showing a projection of 3+ days of standby.

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Glad to hear you've cracked it Mike. Did you find any specific culprits?

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The Google account had everything turned up to 11, where it didnt before. Google play had pretty much all options enabled too.



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Ouch, not good that. I'll double check mine now you've mentioned that!

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On 2/16/2017 at 19:10, The Guru said:

Nougat is still good for me and no problem with Nine at all, emails seem to come in within seconds. Neil are you still running Webroot on the machine, if so try removing it to see if that fixes your background issues. Since I got rid of it and went with Bitdefender all by background operational issues seem to have vanished.

Well, thanks to some excellent support from 9folders, my push email is now functioning as intended.

I thought I'd turned off all the battery/data optimisations for Nine in the Android 7 control panel, but there was one I'd missed!

Settings/Device Maintenance/Battery/Battery Usage -> Menu/Optimise battery usage -> All Apps -> Nine -> Turn Off. 

With that turned off, push has started working again.

The other setting that needed changing that I had already done was System/Device Maintenance/Battery/Unmonitored Apps/Add App -> Nine

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Good indeed, I'd changed the second one myself but not the first, so I've changed that as well. I've also made the changes for a couple of other apps that seem delayed.

Might make a difference!

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Apropos battery drain, i found that Accuweather was doing a LOT of background activity, so removed it to see if it helps.

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Mike if you want a decent weather app that is AWESOME check out Meteogram, even the free version has loads of options, but if you buy it well it's only 50p :) 

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I downloaded Meteogram and it looks hugely impressive.

Need to build in some time to get this and SquareHome configured.

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