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[Q] Too much battery drain from xposed..

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18th June 2014, 01:18 PM   |  #21  
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What's the difference between the classical installation and the normal installation!

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One installs the files directly into your system, the other puts the files in a zip then automatically flashes it/manual flashing (depends on your settings). Does exactly the same thing with a different method.

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18th June 2014, 01:19 PM   |  #22  
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One installs the files directly into your system, the other puts the files in a zip then automatically flashes it/manual flashing (depends on your settings). Does exactly the same thing with a different method.

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Is any better than the other?

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Is any better than the other?

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No, it installs the same files..

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One installs the files directly into your system, the other puts the files in a zip then automatically flashes it/manual flashing (depends on your settings). Does exactly the same thing with a different method.

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I also read some say soft reboot affects battery and also older versions if GB. are better

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Update: So after I uninstalled xposed here is what I did

-fully charged battery
-reinstalled xposed framework
-left it overnigh (~8hrs)
*Only Got around 5% battery drain (pretty good)
-installed knock code module (~1 hour)
* 1% battery drain (standby)
-installed app ops (~1 hour)
* 1% battery drain (standby
-installed gravity box (with setup)
* ~1% battery drain (standby)
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19th June 2014, 07:37 PM   |  #26  
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Did you take the update to 4.4.3? I've read a few things stating that there seems to be a few issues with battery drain after the update
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Did you take the update to 4.4.3? I've read a few things stating that there seems to be a few issues with battery drain after the update

No difference, it's almost exactly the same since 4.4.0, most likely just placebo when people THINK battery is better.

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