Edited by technisol at 7-23-2017 19:20 |
Just a quick(quick for me?) update...
Because of a Windows 10 Insider's Ring update which didn't complete properly(locked up on reboot and startup of a new version and I ended up with an install I could log into, and out of by clicking the power button, but nothing after logging in, just a blank screen. Tried to sneak in the back way and fix it, and finally gave up thinking a fresh install would be a good idea after a year plus of updates anyhow...) and I couldn't manage to repair from within Windows 10, so I ended up installing Moto's Windows 10 Creators Update package which I can report went extremely smoothly!
Nice work, Motobot! Smooth as silk! (Anyone having trouble needs to RTFM! His install instructions seem to cover a lot of ground with various types of setups supported... Again, very well done.)
After the Near Nuke and Pave(Android still where it belongs), and Moto's Update, I again had a working, if somewhat empty of applications, Windows 10 machine complete with necessary drivers, optimized touch settings, etc! THANKS, Motobot! I re-installed some apps and let it update. Now, on to the point of this post.
After the fresh install I made sure Win 10 was set to not hibernate in Power settings, but Hibernation was still available via Powercfg, Wireless was set to turn off in Sleep, etc. and did a 21 hour test of sleep. After 20 hours I had used only 4% of battery capacity, so about 1/5% or .2% per hour! In all fairness, I continued the test for another hour and still saw only 4% consumed at 21 hours, but after only a minute or so of being on it dropped to 95%, so somewhere between 4 and 5% consumed seems fair. Even so, at 5/21 it's still only about .238% per hour at most... so somewhere between about 22 to 26 maH assuming a 10,000 to 11,000 ma battery capacity, pretty decent low power consumption I'd say.
Best of luck to the new X5-Z8350 owners towards getting their sleep issues resolved, but it does seem one can get the original Chuwi Hi12 to perform reasonably during sleep mode. Power consumption, at least in my current testing, seems to be much higher with wireless left on, to the tune of about 7-8 times higher! Can't believe I missed shutting that off in the first place, perhaps at the time there was noise about wireless issues when coming out of sleep? Works fine now. YMMV.