Battery Drainer

Battery Drainer


This application for battery draining and testing.

For fast draining the application can turn on by user selection:

Vibration
Full screen brightness
GPS
Wi-Fi
Bluetooth

The user can see battery level decreases and other useful information about the battery.

Important note:
The GPS receiver must be turned on for full battery consumption. After turning drain mode off. Wi-Fi and Bluetooth state will be returned to original mode pre-activating application.

Features:
*Battery Level
*Battery Plugged
*Battery Health
*Battery Voltage
*Battery Temperature
*Battery Status

Future features:
CPU and GPU Status

Tested on:
Samsung Galaxy S I9000

Please be kind with the review and score. This is my first app. If bugs found or you want to suggest new features please send me an email.

Recent changes:
* Added chronometer
* Fixed back button issue
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Free
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3.6
User ratings
394
Installs
50,000+
Concerns
0
File size
404 kb
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About Battery Drainer
This application for battery draining and testing.

For fast draining the application can turn on by user selection:

Vibration
Full screen brightness
GPS
Wi-Fi
Bluetooth

The user can see battery level decreases and other useful information about the battery.

Important note:
The GPS receiver must be turned on for full battery consumption. After turning drain mode off. Wi-Fi and Bluetooth state will be returned to original mode pre-activating application.

Features:
*Battery Level
*Battery Plugged
*Battery Health
*Battery Voltage
*Battery Temperature
*Battery Status

Future features:
CPU and GPU Status

Tested on:
Samsung Galaxy S I9000

Please be kind with the review and score. This is my first app. If bugs found or you want to suggest new features please send me an email.

Recent changes:
* Added chronometer
* Fixed back button issue
User reviews of Battery Drainer
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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Aug 23, 2014
Dont work Crash every time
A Google User
Aug 16, 2014
I wanted to drain my battery not boost it
A Google User
Aug 7, 2014
old batteries be careful in discharging them also calibrate new batteries Will it damage your battery? It depends on how old the battery is and in what state it is in. Most people get their phone home, plug it in to charge and within 3 or 4 hours take it off charge and just use it. The problem is, your battery can remember it's previous discharge and charge rate. This means if you did not initially charge your battery long enough, your battery will always charge to the exact same level every single time. So if you only initially charged it to 50% and the indicator said 100%, your only effectively charging it to 50% every single time. The best way to get better battery life is to actually calibrate it. which means giving it a full discharge, then recharging the battery properly. Get into the habit of doing this, and your battery will last a lot longer than it would initially. Over the course of 3 years or so, the battery in all mobile phones deteriorate to such an extent that is can no longer properly 'remember' the charge / discharge values. So if you fully discharge the faulty battery, you could seriously damage it. However for that to happen , your battery would need to be near the end of it's life. Once calibrated never over or under charge!
A Google User
Jul 28, 2014
Does not work, it tries to make it seem like the GPS, and everything else is on when their not, it's just the brightness the battery drain down fast because the brightness
A Google User
Jul 20, 2014
WiFi issues I uninstalled this app and now I cannot connect to wifi networks. This app has something fishy going on.