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#33
What you could do is use a small script to create a log of the power usage; that way you can see how it behaves when not in use.

I run this from cron every 30 minutes in my device:

Code:
[nemo@Jolla ~]$
[nemo@Jolla ~]$ cat bin/powerlog.sh
#!/bin/bash

battery=$(upower -d | grep percentage | awk '{print $2}')
date=$(TZ='Europe/Helsinki' date "+%d.%m.%Y %H:%M")
echo "$date  -->  $battery"
[nemo@Jolla ~]$
[nemo@Jolla ~]$
 

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