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[Q] My battery has been great until yesterday. Can you help me understand bbs?

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3rd February 2014, 11:55 PM   |  #1  
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My battery has been great until recently. I have been used to 4-5 hrs screen on time. The last 2 days Android OS has been the biggest battery hog. Better Battery Stats (BBS) shows the proximity sensor is the #1 hog under partial wakelock. What else should I look at in BBS? I keep my brightness on about 25%. I use greenify. I have google now off. GPS is on high accuracy. I am stock rooted with xposed framework and gravitybox. Thanks in advance for the help!
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4th February 2014, 02:25 AM   |  #2  
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My battery has been great until recently. I have been used to 4-5 hrs screen on time. The last 2 days Android OS has been the biggest battery hog. Better Battery Stats (BBS) shows the proximity sensor is the #1 hog under partial wakelock. What else should I look at in BBS? I keep my brightness on about 25%. I use greenify. I have google now off. GPS is on high accuracy. I am stock rooted with xposed framework and gravitybox. Thanks in advance for the help!

Have you tried wiping cache/dalvik? Sometimes that helps with spontaneous battery issues.
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Have you tried wiping cache/dalvik? Sometimes that helps with spontaneous battery issues.

I had not yet. But thanks for reminding me. I just did it. Hopefully it helps.
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I had not yet. But thanks for reminding me. I just did it. Hopefully it helps.

I think it did the trick. My battery life is better so far. Thanks again.
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actually reboot usually helps. for some unknown reason from time to time it starts draining like crazy with power manager wakelocks or gnow or play services wakelocks.

haven't found a reason so far and stopped researching because it's frustrating.
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Wiping Cache and Dalvik and doing reboots don't seem to help anymore. Does anyone else have a solution?
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Wiping Cache and Dalvik and doing reboots don't seem to help anymore. Does anyone else have a solution?

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