As the successor of the long and observant testing stage, Samsung has released its Android 14-based One UI 6.0 stable update. But even after this, the users are facing the battery draining issue.
Galaxy S23 and Galaxy A54 Battery Drain After Android 14 and One UI 6.0 Update
Samsung Galaxy S23 device and Galaxy A54 device owners have already received the stable Android 14 One UI 6.0 update. But unfortunately, they are facing an issue with battery drainage.
With any update, especially major updates, users only hope the update will refine and totally upgrade their device’s functionality and performance. But after downloading this One UI 6.0 update, Galaxy S23 and Galaxy A54 users are facing the battery draining problem.
The owners of Galaxy A54 devices are complaining that after the One UI 6.0 update, the battery backup of their device instantly shoots down, and the average ratio is 1% in 7 minutes. Previously, their battery lasted for up to two days, but after the upgrade, the device asked for a charge within 24 hours.
Jumping on the complaints of Galaxy S23 owners, they are also complaining about the issue of battery breathing. The users are revealing that they are facing an instant battery drain issue and that their battery saving is not working properly.
The question is, What’s now?
So the simple answer is not to worry, because this is not a major issue to worry about. Usually, after major OS upgrades, issues like battery drainage happen, but within 10 to 15 days, they automatically settle down.
The new upgrade refined the overall software functionality, and the battery optimization also got reset, so after some time it will re-learn the pattern and then maximize the efficiency.
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