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battery drained 30 percent overnight? normal?

7th March 2014, 02:03 PM   |  #1  
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Hello, my battery was at 60 percent last night and this morning it is now at 30. I went in and looked at the battery data and Google plus was at the top of the list at 33 percent. Suggestions?
7th March 2014, 02:23 PM   |  #2  
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It's not normal, turn off location when you're not using it.
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Uninstall it

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7th March 2014, 03:19 PM   |  #4  
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Did you have autosync on are u using a kernel with sweep2wake or similar features?

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No you can't uninstall it unless you use some root application, and besides I want to keep it. The mods I have installed and other apps that run:

Stock ROM
Stock Kernel
SuperSU
BusyBox
Init.d
n5 camera fix + video fix
moto x camera nexus 5 port
google animation fix
optimized dalvik
optimized bionic
updated adreno drivers

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Groove IP
Twisty Launcher

Xposed framework:
GravityBox
Greenify
Instagram downloader
KeepChat
LockDown
Snapshare
Tinted Status Bar



Yes I have auto backup on, but I'm not taking any new pictures in my sleep..
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I lose 2% overnight

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Plug it in when you go to bed? That ways it's 100% when you wake up.

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Plug it in when you go to bed? That ways it's 100% when you wake up.

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Haha, I'm trying to find the cause of the problem and why other people don't experience these issues.
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Yes I have auto backup on, but I'm not taking any new pictures in my sleep..

No need to list all your apps when you know Google+ is the culprit

There is an option within settings to sync photos over Wi-Fi only and while on charge, much more efficient unless you really need to backup all the time

Additionally for general gains, you could use another app to turn off data/Wi-Fi or toggle airplane mode overnight, unless you need it syncing while you sleep
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No need to list all your apps when you know Google+ is the culprit

There is an option within settings to sync photos over Wi-Fi only and while on charge, much more efficient unless you really need to backup all the time

Additionally for general gains, you could use another app to turn off data/Wi-Fi or toggle airplane mode overnight, unless you need it syncing while you sleep


Google+ isn't syncing photos because all of my photos are synced.

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