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I have stared having the same problem a couple of days ago. Though I have sync enabled 0-24 for 3 gmail accounts, motions are on, screen auto rotate is also on. I am using nova launcher, almost all Samsung apps are frozen and most of time I am on wifi.

Now, this drain has nothing to do with the stuff I just mentioned (Enabled sync, motions...). I have all that things enabled all the time, and yes MPU and GPU are OC to 1600 and 640 MHz. But I was always getting >= 24h with ~3,5 h of screen on time. As I already mentioned, problem started a couple of days ago. Only thing which comes to my mind is that I have played with freezing / defrosting apps and I probably installed a couple of apps too. Like Beautiful Widgets and that's my main candidate to blame for this at the moment.

Though I am still not sure... Better than battery stats didn't show anything what could help. Network location locator or similar is at the top of the list of partial wake locks. But the time it hold the lock (About 25 min.) can't be the reason for such a high drain.

I have switched to HD Widgets, what I was using before (With this app one can disable auto location.) removed Beautiful Widgets, and turned off'Use wireless networks' and GPS in location services hoping it will help... So we'll see...
 
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For me it still shows that adroid system and cell standby time is using a lot battery.
 
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I don't get why android system and OS is using so much battery, everything is disabled. Network is on only GSM setting and i have network all the time, why is that also high? Does someone else also have the same problem?
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Default Re: Battery Drain On s3 i19305

If possible, install Better Battery Stats, maybe it will help you to identify the problem... In my case it is not of much use at the moment.

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Strange idea: download an anti-virus and let it run.

Might as well give it a shot now, especially since AV is free.
 
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Strange idea: download an anti-virus and let it run.

Might as well give it a shot now, especially since AV is free.
I was using AVG, but i removed it thinking it could drain battery.
 
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I was using AVG, but i removed it thinking it could drain battery.
I think he meant that it could be a virus that drains all the battery.

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I think he meant that it could be a virus that drains all the battery.

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I did an upgrade using odin to 4.1.2, the issue still remains though. The screen shots i posted is with the update.
So any virus should also be wiped out right?
 
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I did an upgrade using odin to 4.1.2, the issue still remains though. The screen shots i posted is with the update.
So any virus should also be wiped out right?

Anyways i tried it, does not seem to work though.
 
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If possible, install Better Battery Stats, maybe it will help you to identify the problem... In my case it is not of much use at the moment.

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I have installed better battery stats, and it says that battery drain is 6% an hour at idle. I have attached the screen shots. I do not have root access to access some of its functions though.
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