The battery is an essential element in a smartphone and any other device. If the limitations are often in the hardware, in others they come with the software updates that periodically arrive at the equipment.
Samsung’s Galaxy S21 is now recovering from such a problem, which came with the latest update. This was handled by Samsung, which thus sees the problem solved in a simple way, with one more update.
As Google requires for Android, Samsung has been sending monthly updates on a recurring basis. They are mainly focused on security and want to give this system and smartphones additional protection.
Because the update that was released this month for Samsung’s Galaxy S21 ended up bringing problems to these smartphones. These were not immediately visible, but limited the use of the equipment. Quickly complaints of battery problems started to emerge.
This problem seemed to affect only the Galaxy S21 equipped with the SoC Exynos 2100, present in Europe and other markets. Battery consumption skyrocketed without any reason and this limited the use of the smartphone.
There being no immediate solution, many reported that when putting the Galaxy S21 in airplane mode the problem disappeared and consumption decreased. Although it could not be used like this, it proved that the problem was with the network connection module.
Samsung had immediately recognized the problem and started working on its resolution. Now, and a few days later, a new update appears that promises to eliminate the battery problem. The description presented does not mention anything special in this new version.
This seems to be an outdated problem that remains in the past. Just install the G99xBXXU1AUB6 update that is being made available to Samsung users in a phased manner. For now it is only in some countries, but it will soon be generalized to other markets.
Source: Pplware by pplware.sapo.pt.
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