What exactly does “over-counted” mean?
How do I get rid of this? Full discharge / charge cycle?
Nice feature watch consume battery, for fake, and “reimburse” you afterwards
@Mff73 no reimbursement
I charged it a little.
It seems more that some battery gets lost for nothing but a wrong integration.
Since the discharge is evaluated on use , it’s possible that it has has been recalculated
Maybe calibration could help, but to me it looks more as a data/graph issue
@Egika @Egika I have same topic, and I don’t understand what it is, and why watches so dropping in battery life. Maximum is 24 hours, no sport activities, nfc out, wi fi out, only original face. No additional programs. Made even restart with factory settings. I really puzzled with battery life. Nothing is helping. And the same in like yours in battery statistics
Those are others (from a little googling ) and that happens when things autoupdate etc. Perhaps some wearos bug fix? Google play services update ?
Maybe others know better.
@Egika your BT is using far more than mine is, this may be a difference with Android as I am iOS. I do not see anywhere near this much BT battery usage.
@Brad_Olwin thanks, I am on iOS as well (having a deja-vu here :))
As it is just a percentage of the total consumption, maybe your S7 uses more battery for other things, so the BT is relatively less, but in absolute Wh the same?
Or, because my S7 is rather new, I am still more playing around with it…
But my question was more for the strange other “over-counted” part…
@Egika I keep forgetting you are on iOS…It could be different watch faces, I have quite a few notifications set so my phone and watch are interacting often. I have never seen Over-counted so I do not know what that is. My BT is much, much lower than yours, less than 10%
@Brad_Olwin thank you Brad.
I restarted the watch and now it is quite different.
Using a 3100 optimized watch face it looks like this now:
@Egika That looks much like mine here. I did a 1 h run this morning and that is the initial large drop.
For 2 nights in a row for some reason the battery has been draining 45%.
Looks like Bluetooth is consuming a lot.
After both nights the consumption has calmed down to normal so something is going on during the night.
I’m tracking sleep with Sleep as Android but it has been ok before.