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By liquid150, Senior Member on 30th May 2014, 02:26 AM
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I am on SlimKat 5.0 with latest stable Trinity Kernel. Will link a kind person that offered to help me. Any suggestions on how to fix this drain would be great though! I'm not sure how to read BBS screens.
 
 
30th May 2014, 02:30 AM |#2  
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I am on SlimKat 5.0 with latest stable Trinity Kernel. Will link a kind person that offered to help me. Any suggestions on how to fix this drain would be great though! I'm not sure how to read BBS screens.

Set location mode to Device only, report back.
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30th May 2014, 02:32 AM |#3  
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Set location mode to Device only, report back.

Yea, not a lot to go on. Really doesn't look out of the ordinary

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Yea, not a lot to go on. Really doesn't look out of the ordinary

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Crap...it just occurred to me that I think I plugged in for a few minutes when I got home. Before taking these...


Not exactly a valid sample. I'll come back tomorrow.
30th May 2014, 03:44 AM |#5  
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Crap...it just occurred to me that I think I plugged in for a few minutes when I got home. Before taking these...


Not exactly a valid sample. I'll come back tomorrow.

looks like google play services is getting you, its the nlpcollectotwakelock and nlpwakelock. try using the disable service app to stop those wakelocks coming from google play services.
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30th May 2014, 08:31 AM |#6  
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Crap...it just occurred to me that I think I plugged in for a few minutes when I got home. Before taking these...


Not exactly a valid sample. I'll come back tomorrow.

Yep the screen shots aren't showing anything out of the ordinary, the gms wake aka goole play services is at 6m for 2h30m, if you're using Google now then it's normal.
Post new screen shots after a whole day of use and will take it from there.
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Okay, so I believe I have this figured out.

I recently switched ROMs and I know some of the newest gapps have been draining battery badly. Also, I think those updates in combination with using "battery saving" location while at work was draining the battery more than I am accustomed to.

I work next to an airport and the radar messes with signal I believe.
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