Does anyone also experienced, that the shown battery usage didn’t start at 100%?
On both pictures it’s about 12h ago, that I plugged it in somewhere, but it shows only the last 2h and 5h.
On the second picture, it also seems like the battery is going up for a short time.
A day before, i saw, that i gained 2% by taking the battery out and in again.
Support just told me to send it in, but since the battery still (can) last very long, i don’t want to do that.
Does anyone else has this problem? If yes, i would say its a bug in the OS and no hardware defect.
I also noticed this behaviour on my FP4 running Android 12 based FPOS some time ago, and stumbled across this post when looking for similar experiences.
The plot sometimes seems to be cut off at points I cannot identify as a specific event. Other times it is reset after the charger is removed even though the phone wasn’t charged to 100%, but sometimes the charger can be disconnected without this effect. The latter behaviour may be correlated to the duration of charging or level of charge reached, but I haven’t collected enough data points to reach a definitive conclusion on that. Each reset appears to affect both the plot at the top as well as the list of apps below differently - at least the usage times do not always match the duration considered in the plot.
All in all this behaviour is quite annoying when trying to monitor battery capacity and charging behaviour over time in order to optimize battery life and energy consumption. Would be nice to see a fix for this at some point.
Here are some Screenshots from today:
(1) The charger was connected only shortly before this screenshot was taken. Three hours before that (at the start of this plot) no charger was connected or had been connected for some time. The Phone had been running for some time at that point. Also note that the usage times of particular apps do not fit the plotted timeframe (6h > 3h).