Faster battery draining issue on Android OS running devices is the most common issue among users for decades. Whereas it’s worth mentioning that the latest Android OS update or the newly released build or the beta build may obviously have an edge on the existing stable Android OS version or build whatsoever. It’s quite expected that even the Android 12 users might gonna experience the Battery Draining Issue on their devices.
And this is what it is. Most of the Pixel device users are encountering multiple issues or bugs with the newly released Android 12 OS right now. Meanwhile, the battery draining issue becomes one of the common and major issues among them. Now, we’re expecting that Android developers will soon come up with a patch fix that should resolve the issue. If you’re using Android 12 on a primary device and want to fix it temporarily, check this guide.
How to Fix Android 12 Battery Draining Issue
No matter which smartphone you’re using over Android 12 OS, if your device is suffering from poor battery life then you can follow our troubleshooting guide below one by one until the problem gets fixed. Please keep in mind that the solutions may not work for everyone in every scenario. However, you can try all of them at least.
Note: Do keep in mind that the following steps might vary depending on your device model or manufacturer. So, you’ll need to dig them out for your particular device respectively.
1. Reboot the device
It’s always recommended to just restart your handset to refresh all the system glitches or cache data issues (if any). Just press and hold the Power button on the device and then select Reboot/Restart.
In some cases, it can also fix other temporary or common issues whatsoever.
2. Update the software
Well, updating the device software can easily fix multiple bugs or system glitches. An outdated system version can cause several issues with the device performance, app performance, battery draining, etc.
- Go to the Settings app > Tap on System.
- Go to Advanced and select About phone or System update.
- Tap on Check for updates or Software updates.
- If there is an update available, just download & install the update properly.
- Wait for the device to reboot automatically. If not, manually reboot the device after the update to apply changes.
3. Update all apps
- Open the Google Play Store app on the device.
- At the top right corner of the screen, tap on the profile icon.
- Tap on Manage apps & devices.
- Then under ‘Updates available’, choose to ‘Update all’ apps or a specific app individually.
4. Enable Save Battery Power
- Go to Settings > Tap on Battery.
- If you see a card with advice to restrict an app, tap the card then hit Restrict.
- Tap on ‘Save Power’.
This will reduce the battery draining issue with some apps or services that may run in the background always and cause several issues.
You can also optimize battery usage for all apps via Settings > Battery > More (three dots icon) > Battery usage > Battery optimization.
5. Factory Reset the device
If none of the methods worked for you then make sure to reset your device to factory defaults by following the steps below. This will easily restore the device settings, user data, etc to fix multiple issues with the system.
Note: Factory Reset will wipe out all the user data from your handset. So, take a backup of the necessary data first.
- Open your device Settings > Tap on System.
- Go to Advanced > Tap on Reset options.
- Select Erase all data (factory reset).
- Confirm the internal storage and tap on Erase all data.
- If prompted, enter the device lock screen PIN/pattern.
- Tap on Erase all data > Wait for the process to get completed.
- Once done, reboot your device to apply changes.
- If you’ve already backed up your data, restore it.
- You’re done.
That’s it, guys. We assume this guide was helpful to you. For further queries, you can comment below.