Be happy with the 5% per hour. I've found that on mine, it's best to be connected to WiFi when it's present and turn off WiFi when it's not. Even still, my 9900 is inconsistent from day to day, even when I have the exact same routine. Another problem I have is this pathetic pile of hardware that is the AT&T microcell. If my 9900 is connected to the microcell and not connected to my home WiFi, the battery drains at a rate of 25-30% per hour. And that's with absolutely no usage.
Originally Posted by DennyCrane
This confusion can easily be avoided if you pronounce the word intended aloud. If it has a voiced Z sound, then it’s “lose.” If it has a hissy S sound, then it’s “loose.” Here are examples of correct usage: “He tends to lose his keys.” “She lets her dog run loose.”
not rigidly fastened or securely attached
to miss from one's possession or from a customary or supposed place
Also, just because a word has an "s" at the end, doesn't mean it needs an apostrophe.