Battery snap central

Battery usage reports for Android phones

Overview of histories for model SM-N9005 from Samsung

Device id First
snapshot
Snapshot
count
Last
snapshot
Restarts Average
duration between
restarts
(in days)
Longest
duration between
restarts
(in days)
Awake ratio(1)
(lower is better)
Max
temperature
Average
temperature
Average
level
ffe56f34 43668 16 7.3 45.9 0.111 40.7 27.0 80.2
7bfa8a84 216314 26 5.1 15.4 0.415 44.0 27.8 64.8
5cc9c17a 23527 20 2.2 6.6 0.094 51.5 29.1 48.0
177cd759 57749 6 4.0 12.2 0.182 35.4 27.3 75.8
5a62a4f2 100129 3 24.8 38.4 0.339 38.7 25.9 58.7
b8073980 60725 63 0.3 1.4 0.515 39.3 26.5 89.1
3944d574 93111 102 0.4 0.9 0.431 40.1 28.0 76.8
ef6dd03d 107366 2 30.8 31.5 0.131 54.2 28.5 74.0
47e4ed2d 1036 1 0.1 0.1 0.428 37.8 34.0 29.5
ac4ad217 139 0 0.1 0.1 0.570 37.5 33.5 42.4
d4d191dd 48412 0 9.6 9.6 0.121 36.4 29.1 61.9

Battery snap central home

(1) The awake ratio is the amount of time the device (here an Android tablet or smartphone) spends not "sleeping". When the device sleeps, most of its components are inactive. The screen is inactive, the main processor is inactive. This is the reason why it uses very few battery in this state. Having a big awake ratio means that the device is always doing something. This is often caused by background applications. This can also mean that the device is plugged and is charging. While awake, most of its components are active and the device's life length will be affected. If it happens that your device awake ratio is high, consider finding what applications are constantly working in background, likely for useless purpose. Consider also unplugging your device when its battery is full or almost full. You will see that your battery life will increase and you will keep your device up running for a long time with no need to replace the battery.