davipt wrote:Besides you need to test it with the same environment conditions. Charge it to 100%. kill all apps and wait some hours. check the battery. then charge it again and open/close waze, wait the same hours and compare the battery.
Draining first 2% then 20% is kind of expected. It's like the gas tanks on the cars, they have 110 to 120% to give you the impression that when the tank is full it takes ages before it the pointer starts dropping to 99%, but then it goes down to 50% and 25% way too fast for my €€€
That's pretty much what I did. Yesterday, I found a huge drain after several hours. Killed Waze in the taskbar and there was no more drain (see my post from yesterday).
Tomorrow morning, I"ll repeat exactly what I did today...start from 100% at 9:00 am and see where the battery is at noon -- without killing Waze completely.
I did use a process monitor app just now to verify that when you "Switch Off" Waze, that process does stop.