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I found after upgrading to 5.1 everytime the network changes from 4g to 3g or h+ it drops all signal completely . I've had so many missed calls I've had to switch phones till this software is fixed. I'm even considering loading Cyanogenmod on, but can't stand losing its voice control

There is a bug in 5.1 new get Chinese mobile phones cheap price :) restart your phone, just use WiFi. You will get much better battery backup. it's definitely a statistics bug. I had 40% battery left, SoT was 2 hours and uptime 24 hours. Cell Standby was taking around 60%. It's not like if drain wasn't there I would get 4 hours of SoT and 48 hours of standby :) That's impossible, so the stats are screwed. But I've seen the actual drain and the Cell Standby wasn't even there, battery just drained in 8 hours and that's it. Had it once, long long ago. It's just a battery stat error I doesn't affect a battery life that much. So don't worry day by day it will practice yourself for mobile standby bug.

let it drain to 0% and then charge it to 100% without turning it on? I'm at 30% now. Can I turn it off now and charge to 100? It needs to settle itself. Lollipop was a big and important update imo. Battery was ought to give surprises. Do a couple of battery cycles ( discharge at 100 % and let it drain till the phone switches off ) as I think that might help.

Battery life is nothing special. in fact, i wish it would be better. drained my battery till it switched off then charged at to 100 and then powered up that did it for me now it's 90%and mobile stand by if not even showing up, But after 6-7 days of using it.

i love the size of the Redmi note, i love the camera. it's not the best, but it shoots very good pictures because i know what to do to make them look good. and i like the wide angle. i don't even know why i think about buying the MI4. maybe i just want to change something, but i'm not sure about it.

i would love the Mi4 if it would have a bigger battery. i don't like the metal and stuff. and too bad it doesn't support wireless charging.

Like active display so much, that i don't want to buy another phone except for Lenovo k3 note. there are nice phones out there, but i really don't want to miss active display... my Rdemi 1s was hanging a little, especially when scrolling, the new y100 pro from Doogee on the other hand is very snappy. But again, I haven't fdr's you know what that means by now, my redmi 1s after upgrading to lollipop, maybe if I fdr it, it would be as snappy as the y100. That said, when I said "faster" up there, yeah I meant the camera is faster when it launches and when it takes a pic.

 faced the same thing as u...i have not done a factory reset but if u use mobile Internet on your phone then it starts to appear...some days ago i had posted my battery stats which said 37% screen and 2% standby try to use mobile data and check the stats again and now my mobile standy is 30% and screen is 1% usually use a white image to check for burn-ins. I've found that I can help lessen burn-ins by occasionally using the invert colors tool and using the daydream feature while charging.

 The audio is only problematic if I launch Google by pressing the hands free button on the Bluetooth. If I open Google from the launcher, the audio level is great. There is a big difference in quality when using the hands free button as well. When I press the hands free button, in addition to the low level, it sounds like it's 8-bit quality. 

with the Bluetooth settings for my xiaomi smartphones, it became apparent that when using the hands free button, the Google app voice audio is streaming to the Tone Pro over the headset profile and not over A2DP. That explains why the quality sounds different compared to the sound I get when I launch the app directly. After I adjusted the volume while in a call, the volume of Google on the hands free button is acceptable.


Android 5.0 on my smartphones

Lenovo has said the next big update for the Moto X is 5.0 Vibe UI 2.5, as far as VZW, I haven't looked. But there's a reason why some carriers aren't jumping on the 5.0, 5.0.1, 5.0.2 update. Lollipop is buggy.  That was my first thought as well, however as a Verizon customer in the US I think that means waiting for 5.2 in July which is killing me.   And this infinitely better than the version 5.0.2 of the Soak Test.

I've updated my last reply. Actually, it is working great right now. Maybe because I am using the beta version, that had fixed this issue. I've just tested this now.  Im only seeing my old devices though? I have it enabled under the security settings too. For some reason, even new android device manager isn't finding my phone . 

About the side loading, because the wrong version can cause issues. Only other thing I can think of doing is either deleting apps one by one to see if you can find the issue OR a factory reset. don't have to install Android device manager. You have to enable it under settings>security>device administrators and enable android device manager, and also set the location setting to high accuracy and also make sure your WiFi or data is ON.

I just got an update to it and then uninstalled it and haven't had the problem since. It does seem a little snappier. How often should you do that because I actually cleared it about a month ago too.  3.5-5.5hours SOT with around 12-15hr of total use over 100%charge with WiFi on 70-75% of the time of usage..

TBF they haven't manufactured these in quite some time, so the jab about QC is a bit much just because of this very peculiar marking and the fact that the majority of people run skins and/or cases on their phones and wouldn't see it. Not trying to sound disrespectful or anything though. 

Lenovo has nothing to do with this "issue". They weren't even in the picture until ~ the 2nd gen X and by that time the 2013 model had already been discontinued 4G uses both 3g and 2g antennas together , so it will definitely drain more battery than just 3g alone. If at all 4g network coverage is great then I guess it will consume less battery but never less than 2g or 3g alone . 

But if you don't have 4G connectivity in your city, you must switch to 3G. Also in India 4G is running on 2100Mhz, which is not supported by lenovo vibe x2 or vibe x2 pro anyways and i just fund a new lenovo lemo ke note 5.5" smartphones android 5.0 on . So even if your city has the 4G connectivity, lenovo other smartphones will not support that. So make the switch to 3G. Is not going to make any difference in the data speeds. Will definitely save up some battery for you. 

That's what I'd like to do is test a Sim in all my devices to see which works best for the best price. I have a feeling T-Mobile will not work well I'm about 25 to 30 min to the closest city and they are not great if and when you go out to the boonies. I'm also in a general marginal coverage area to begin with. I guess its all about research.

Love the fact that it is so close to the new Oneplus one or xiaomi and lenovo Chinese brand smartphones ( moto x as a Chinese brand ? hah )  in appearance. And with the recent software update it runs like a champ. I was taken back by the size at first but honestly can't see myself going back to a smaller phone.  that's good about the sim for testing it. I think they will be good. They may not be crazy fast lte like T-Mobile can be but it's decent in many areas and the nexus 6 I heard is really good on both att and T-Mobile.


I love my xiaomi mi3

Took a few small drops with case and screen protector, unscathed. And still running smooth as the day I took it out of the box. Stock 4.4.4 works beautifully  the 2 replacements from Verizon, one due to a defective battery and the other due to a shattered internal touch screen, all have run extremely well. Very smooth, excited to see lollipop run on this. I'm sure it will be just as responsive, just how the Nexus 4.

Performance took a hit when Facebook application was installed, but returned to normal after uninstall. This is my Chinese phone I've owned,  had Samsung and HTC and my 1053 is by far the best. I've tweaked the phone to the point where I have 50% battery life left at the end of the day.

 I love my xiaomi mi3 but I feel like you could use your 359 better. Both the phones are about the same. The xiaomi note gets faster updates but the battery is bigger.   that price is its nice. I love my mi3 its so fast because of the pure droid. Another good thing is the voice control, the shake of the xiaomi to open the camera and the customizing. 

Always un-root. However, if it's rooted, can't you just flash lollipop into it? Or the latest Cyanogen Mod that can look exactly like lollipop?? Xiaomi is like one of the best phones one plus one is great but not its not stock android but actually now that I think about it if you really like it then go for it. But in my opinion I would change my mi3. 

Reboot all the things. That fixes most problems like this. Especially if nothing changed between the "it's working" and "it's not working" phases. I've previously had connection trouble after brief power outages, but not with my mi3 xiaomi.   That is definitely the exact problem I'm having. Most of those folks seemed to have the problem within a few weeks of getting the phone. 

Reseted and helped with some problems...but 5.0 still have some bugs like problem after lollipop first boot if you have 2 factor Auth on your account, messages don't show with the pincode and if you skip Google's account configuration you don't get the restore backup dialog afterwards when you set the account. But I recommend FR after update it fixed other issues.,

I'm pretty sure it's much easier and faster to update a freaking bread toaster than a communications satellite I've made it standard practice to always reset my phone after a Major Update. Phone runs well, but I also suffer the memory bug which is why I reboot my phone every few days.

get a good long day out of the Chinese Smartphones. The battery saver is pretty impressive if you are going to be away from a charger for a long time. I have found that the mi4 battery life is VERY dependent on the watch face I use. A simple watch face will get significantly better battery life than some more complicated "prettier" watch faces. 

 If the screen does break, good luck with customer service, Huawei was HORRIBLE to deal with. All that said, it's still the best phone out there. Which works flawlessly by the way. It's going to be awesome when you get it. Star away from the flappy droid have though it's extremely frustrating..

had the wooden back cover peel off slightly, but noticeably from all sides. I had to use binder clips for a couple of days to get it to stick with the adhesive. Many people have complained of poor build quality with the phones.