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I have a Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge running Android 7.0.

 

Percentage-wise, screen almost always takes up the most battery (normal for phones) and Android System generally falls into second place.

 

I'm not having any issues with my phone's battery life.

 

I was just wondering if it's possible to see which packages within Android System use the most battery?

 

If anyone's curious, here's the package list for Android System on my phone:

 

  • AASAservice
  • Android System
  • ANT+ HAL service
  • Application installer
  • Assistant menu
  • AuthService
  • Backup and Restore Manager
  • BBCAgent
  • Beaming Service
  • BIuetoothTest
  • bootagent
  • Camera test
  • CIipboardSaveService
  • ClipboardUIService
  • Colour adjustment
  • com.android.waIlpaperbackup
  • com.samsung.android.radiobasedlocation
  • com.samsung.android.sm
  • com.samsung.android.sm.provider
  • com.sec.android.app.wfdbroker
  • com.sec.bcservice
  • com.sec.epdg
  • com.sec.vsimservice
  • Device maintenance
  • DeviceKeystring
  • DiagMonAgent
  • DRParser Mode
  • EmergencyManagerService
  • Enterprise Sim Pin Service
  • Error
  • Filter Installer
  • Find My Mobile
  • Fingerprint
  • Fused Location
  • Gear VR Service
  • HwModuIeTest
  • IMS Service
  • Input Devices
  • Interaction control
  • Key Chain
  • Knox
  • Knox SetupWizardCIient
  • KnoxAppsUpdateAgent
  • KnoxFoIderContainer2
  • Launcher
  • MhdrService
  • MTP application
  • OM Customize
  • Perso
  • Phone
  • Private mode
  • Quick tooIs
  • Samsung ApexService
  • Samsung MirrorLink 1.1
  • Samsung setup wizard
  • Samsung text-to-speech engine
  • SamsungDLPService
  • Security policy updates
  • Security storage
  • SecurityLogAgent
  • SecVideoEngineService
  • SEMFactoryApp
  • Service mode
  • Settings
  • Settings
  • Settings Storage
  • SharedDeviceKeyguard
  • SilentLogging
  • SKMSAgentService
  • SmartFaceService
  • Software Update
  • Software update
  • Sound detectors
  • SVC Agent
  • SysScope
  • TetheringAutomation
  • Themes
  • tuiService
  • UIBCVirtualSoftkey
  • Universal switch
  • Update apps
  • USBSettings
  • Wallpapers
  • WIanTest
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Just now, Circaflex said:

Use a battery stat program, like better battery stats https://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1179809

Battery meter also shows you highest CPU usage/battery usage

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Gsam Battery Monitor is another good program to use.

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