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21st April 2014, 08:19 AM   |  #1  
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So I have flashed three different ROMs and for every ROM I have ran over 1 week. What is weird is that every time I see why my battery is kinda not as good is that I see on all the battery stats android system is taking like 15-20 percent on each charge . Is anyone else experiencing this?

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So I have flashed three different ROMs and for every ROM I have ran over 1 week. What is weird is that every time I see why my battery is kinda not as good is that I see on all the battery stats android system is taking like 15-20 percent on each charge . Is anyone else experiencing this?

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In most of the cases when you see abnormal "Android System" battery drain, it's becouse you are using Google Now and didn't deactivated location hystory and position
21st April 2014, 10:57 AM   |  #3  
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So I have flashed three different ROMs and for every ROM I have ran over 1 week. What is weird is that every time I see why my battery is kinda not as good is that I see on all the battery stats android system is taking like 15-20 percent on each charge . Is anyone else experiencing this?

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wait for official android 4.4.3 has many power related bug fixes such as Power Manager display wakelock fix and the mm-qcamera-daemon
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wait for official android 4.4.3 has many power related bug fixes such as Power Manager display wakelock fix and the mm-qcamera-daemon

Alright thanks for the info . just this just recently started happening lol

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Alright thanks for the info . just this just recently started happening lol

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Atleast your drain is 15-20% my HTC one has Android system at 84% and this only happened after 4.4.2
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I've had the n5 since DEC and I thought it was just cuz I just flashed the ROM and in reality its just every day haa

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Atleast your drain is 15-20% my HTC one has Android system at 84% and this only happened after 4.4.2

The HTC Sense phones display battery usage a lot differently from the stock Android phones. They specifically minimize the battery usage of the screen which is almost always your biggest drain.

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