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I am not too versed with this, was hoping that someone could help. My battery life while in idle seems to be suffering quite a bit. Here are the wakelocks that I see using BBS. Any idea what I should do to help my situation?

Do folks keep Google Now off? That seems to be one of the wakelocks but not sure what the other one is.

I'm on stock 4.4.2 using Franco's kernel r24.

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I am not too versed with this, was hoping that someone could help. My battery life while in idle seems to be suffering quite a bit. Here are the wakelocks that I see using BBS. Any idea what I should do to help my situation?
Here's a thread where people have already discussed. No real solution yet other than reboot and hope it goes away ...

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2529719
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I am not too versed with this, was hoping that someone could help. My battery life while in idle seems to be suffering quite a bit. Here are the wakelocks that I see using BBS. Any idea what I should do to help my situation?

Do folks keep Google Now off? That seems to be one of the wakelocks but not sure what the other one is.

I'm on stock 4.4.2 using Franco's kernel r24.

Thanks very much!

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I'm also on stock 4.4.2 and Franco, and have the same BBS stats, but when my phone is in stand-by, it only burns 1-2%/hr. SOT, on the other hand, is 9-10%/hr. on low brightness, and can go up to 15%/hr on medium brightness.

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I am not too versed with this, was hoping that someone could help. My battery life while in idle seems to be suffering quite a bit. Here are the wakelocks that I see using BBS. Any idea what I should do to help my situation?

Do folks keep Google Now off? That seems to be one of the wakelocks but not sure what the other one is.

I'm on stock 4.4.2 using Franco's kernel r24.

Thanks very much!

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Switch location mode to device only.

To permanently solve Google Now issues, Greenify it via Xposed. Unsure of the ramifications of this if using GEL.
 

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Switch location mode to device only.

To permanently solve Google Now issues, Greenify it via Xposed. Unsure of the ramifications of this if using GEL.
I'm not familiar with Xposed - isn't Greenify just a regular app? Thanks for the help!

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I'm not familiar with Xposed - isn't Greenify just a regular app? Thanks for the help!

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Greenify is an app on the play store, but you can't greenify system apps with it unless you get Xposed, and get the donation version of Greenify. That's how you Greenify a system app. If you don't want to go that route, you can try uninstalling Now, then grabbing it from the play store (or just move it to /data). This way Greenify will be able to control it.
 

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Thanks mate. I gave it a try, but for some reason greenify with exposed did some weird things to my battery settings - the screen on time didn't advance (always said 2 min 32 sec), and better battery stats didn't display most of the usual stats. After I disabled Xposed and greenify, it worked fine again. Weird.

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