My samsung a20 has a couple issues that I wanted to speak about.
For one, the battery is actually draining really fast. Most of the time, it happens around 15%, which is where the battery percentage turns into a literal countdown timer, every single time.
If you were to check the battery graph, it has a really sharp decline, showing when it drains 15% in less than 10 minutes. I do not have many apps installed, or anything really running in the background other than Instagram, which is only taking 6% and the system processes. I dont even use Instagram that often either, just roughly 30-60 minutes a day.
I've tried things such as enabling power saving mode, putting apps to sleep, closing and uninstalling apps, turning off fast charging, and other things, but it still drains. The battery isn't even that old either and I'm pretty sure it still has a lot of charge cycles left. Do I have to get a new battery? A new phone? Something else?
Two, half of my system storage is taken up by "Other Apps". I can understand system apps and processes, but there are a couple other apps that I dont use and can't uninstall such as Netflix and Amazon stuff. And plus, they only take up just a fraction of all the storage being taken. Like, what all is installed on this phone, and why can't I remove it??
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