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Default Latest Google play services update is pissing me off

This is what I'm getting now since it updated just after Google i/o. I don't even know how to stop it. My battery has gone from 1+ days of usage to just about 16 hours with no other change. No new apps nothing. And these screenshots were taken after a reboot so I would imagine I'd have well over 1000 wakelocks from this thing. What's more look at the time stamps on the second and third images. Taken 7 minutes apart but I have 21 wakelocks in that short space of time.

Compare that to the wakelock crazy Facebook with only 11 in that same space of time. I don't even know what to do about this. Has never been this bad in my 2 months of owning the phone.

Any advice or recommendations to fix this? It's driving me crazy.

Also:
No I have no new apps.
No I didn't flash anything else.
My kernel was the same this entire time.
The phone gets mad hot for no reason.
Tried wakelock terminator on it but it only made it not want enter deep sleep all together.


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If you have a look around the forum and the internet, you'll notice every device from every brand has this issue. Sony has it worse, they dont even last 7 hours.

Turn off Google data backup, opt out of personalized apps and turn off location services.

You could always just disable Gplay services for now. I'm not rooted and I've done it.

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If you have a look around the forum and the internet, you'll notice every device from every brand has this issue. Sony has it worse, they dont even last 7 hours.

Turn off Google data backup, opt out of personalized apps and turn off location services.

You could always just disable Gplay services for now. I'm not rooted and I've done it.

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How did you disable it ?
 
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How did you disable it ?
Settings --> General --> Application Manager --> All --> Google Play Services --> Disable.
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