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[Q] google now taking hell lot of battery

13th January 2014, 11:56 AM   |  #1  
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Hey guyz...need some help,
Google now is eating hell lot of battery and is not allowing my device to go in deep sleep mode. I don't want to disable google now but its wake ups in stand by mode are just killing my battery......I have installed appopsxposed and turned off the wake ups, it did work for some days but now it is now back again & taking too much battery.
Also I did tried clearing the cache and data but no help and hotword detection is also turned off.
I m now sick and tired of this thing but don't wanna disable it as it lets me check scores.
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13th January 2014, 12:57 PM   |  #2  
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What you are experiencing is not normal. I keep all Google services, including Google Now, Location Reporting, Google Plus, etc., enabled all of the time, and still get 1-2%/hr. when idle.
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Any BBS log would help. Are you using the newly released Gapps?
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... re you using the newly released Gapps?

What's the latest version, please?
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What's the latest version, please?

4.1 that's supposed to fix the battery problem of Location Reporting. Here it is
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Quote:
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What you are experiencing is not normal. I keep all Google services, including Google Now, Location Reporting, Google Plus, etc., enabled all of the time, and still get 1-2%/hr. when idle.

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Any BBS log would help. Are you using the newly released Gapps?

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Originally Posted by ickoicko

4.1 that's supposed to fix the battery problem of Location Reporting. Here it is

I m on rooted stock rom with gravity box, elemantal x kernel and even the location settings are turned off
and google play services 4.1.31

Most of the apps are also greenified.....so I tried my best to get max. battery on stand by but this google search.
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13th January 2014, 09:52 PM   |  #7  
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Is it doing it constantly? I once had the same problem, but it got fixed with rebooting the phone. Google Now drained about 30% in less than 6 hours in my case.

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