And a software bug inside the famous Google Messages app caused the camera app to run in the background, where it worked for hours, and the camera app is an ideal way to quickly warm up your device and run the battery.
The flaw was first discovered by the team at 9to5Google, and it can cause the phone to power up a bit, and as a result drain battery life faster.
And if you notice that the battery life is not the same as before, it is possible that a software bug is affecting your Android phone.
And the Google Messages app allows quick access to the camera so you can take pictures and send them in the chat thread without leaving the app, and if you deny permission to access the Google Messages camera app when you first install the app, you will be able to bypass this error.
Fortunately, Google has confirmed that it has identified the cause of the battery drain error, and a permanent fix will be made available to Android users around the world soon.
The latest beta version of the Google Messenger app succeeded in fixing the battery drain issue, which was released on April 19, 2022.
However, for those who don’t want to download the trial version – which is used to test the latest functionality and features and spot any potential bugs before rolling out the program worldwide you will need to wait a little longer.
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