07-08-2019 07:40 AM
As old as the Turbo 2 is, I don't think there is anything anyone can do that will help. That's a classic sign of a failed / failing battery. You would either need to get the battery replaced or get a new phone. I paid for Moto to refurbish my Turbo 2 and with a new battery it made a world of difference. I use it as my company paid work phone.
07-08-2019 09:09 AM
Rather than replacing the battery, I would get a new phone. I really liked my Droid Turbo 2, but like many of you, I started experiencing rapid battery loss. And I would do everything I could to extend battery life, including dimming my screen to the lowest readable output, regularly hibernating all background apps, even turning the screen off when driving with Waze and just going by the audio prompts. But I usually had to end up recharging before the day was up. I was hesitant to get another phone because I had spent $100 getting the screen replaced because I started getting the vertical green lines that seem to plague this model as well.
I finally got fed up with babying that phone and I ended up getting a Motorola Moto X4 on Amazon for $150. Battery life is much better, I can easily go through the whole day and a little more on a full charge, and the Turbo Charge feature quickly charges up the phone. Plus, the operating system will upgrade itself to the latest Android version. Fingerprint sensor unlocks the phone really fast, and I still have the Moto Actions for turning on the light or camera with a twist of the wrist (the main reason why I stuck with Motorola). Probably the only thing I miss is having wireless charging, but not a big deal.