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Android bug could be killing your battery life, but there's a simple way you can fix it

TechAndroid bug could be killing your battery life, but there's a simple way you can fix it


Fortunately, Google has confirmed that it has identified the cause of the battery-draining bug. A permanent fix will be coming to Android users across the globe soon. The latest beta version of the Google Messages app has fixed the battery drain problem, which was released on April 19, 2022.

However, for those who do not want to download the beta version – which is used to test the latest functionality and features and unearth any potential bugs before the software is rolled out worldwide – you’ll need to wait a little longer.

For those who don’t know, Google Messages is the default messaging app that arrives on all Android handsets. It can be used to send text messages as well as emoji reactions, photos, videos and more. It’s available to download from the Google Play Store. Depending on the brand of your Android handset (Samsung, OnePlus, LG, Realme, etc) it may or may not be installed by default.



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