RCA Android tablet with detachable keyboard, identified by model number RCT6303W87DK.

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battery drains when its at 100%

Well the viking pro lolipop is the best tablet in the usa but if you anywere play on it every 24 hours the when you plug in overnight and when it gets to 100% i unplug it

and it starts draining how do i fix it???

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I too have an Android Viking pro 10 not more than a 8 months old and the battery will not hold a charge longer than 15 minutes. I have tried turn resetting the tablet back to factory, and turning everything off. But it still will not hold a charge longer than 15 minutes. I do not have the receipt anymore due to the Fire storm we had here last October in Santa Rosa ca. I have even asked for information as to were I can buy a battery if it is possible to replace but RCA or anyone will not give me that information. I have asked what the cost will be before shipping it back to RCA, but they will not even give me an estimate. It may be cheaper to purchase a new, but different brand of Tablet.

So does anyone have a clue as to were to buy a battery and or if it is even possible to replace them, or is this just a throwaway piece of technology? Thank you, to it may concern.

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Android tablets don't actually turn off when you close them.

When your battery is fully charged try turning it off by holding the power button for a few seconds.

You could also try being proactive managing your power usage, turn off bluetooth, wifi and any background apps that you may have running.

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That does not make sense as it requires my wifi to be on to play my games!

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I have similar issues. Had my viking 10 pro for about 8 months now and it works fine but, lately will not keep a charge for long. Even when plugged in the plug gets quite hot over taxing it no doubt. When the unit is completely off and charging it will charge normally. Shutting down apps while in use is kind of counter productive just save a bit of power. Deciding which app is using more power in the background to be shut off or deleted is likewise counter productive. If these tablet models are so great why do they have a cheesy battery ? Plus most computer repair shops figure at the cost of changing the battery for a new one you can buy a new tablet.

Could it be possible if one gets malware that the malware is taxing the battery. There are so many anti malware apps that claim they can detect and clean out. Yet, how does one know the very app to be used to clean malware is malware?

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Hi @ C N

The malware could be going online in the background without your knowledge.

You have to go on trust with most things.

Select an anti-malware app that has a good reputation, install it run the app and then when it is finished delete it.

Unless you have an AV system installed that you trust that is constantly monitoring for malware and viruses in your system (which in itself utilizes resources) you have to use something occasionally otherwise you're leaving yourself totally exposed when you go online.

This app has been around for a long time with not too many adverse reviews over the years

There are others.

Do some research and then at least try one, uninstall it after it has cleaned any malware/viruses from the system (if any) and check the performance of your tablet to see if there is any improvement or not

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