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By Bender80, Senior Member on 7th July 2014, 09:21 AM
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The new Google Play Services 5.x keeps our device awake which results in battery drain.

Install Autorun Manager from Google Play Store and deactivate all SystemUpdateService$Receivers in Google Play Services.

Haven't DeepSleep problems for a week now. Read somewhere else that Google Play Services checks permanently for current Android version in Custom Roms.
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7th July 2014, 06:56 PM |#2  
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The new Google Play Services 5.x keeps our device awake which results in battery drain.

Install Autorun Manager from Google Play Store and deactivate all SystemUpdateService$Receivers in Google Play Services.

Haven't DeepSleep problems for a week now. Read somewhere else that Google Play Services checks permanently for current Android version in Custom Roms.


http://review.cyanogenmod.org/#/c/66894/

A new CM version from johnnysylt should fix this problem
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Before I deactivate all SystemUpdateService$Receivers in Google Play Services, may I know if it can be reversed?
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The new Google Play Services 5.x keeps our device awake which results in battery drain.

Install Autorun Manager from Google Play Store and deactivate all SystemUpdateService$Receivers in Google Play Services.

Haven't DeepSleep problems for a week now. Read somewhere else that Google Play Services checks permanently for current Android version in Custom Roms.

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Before I deactivate all SystemUpdateService$Receivers in Google Play Services, may I know if it can be reversed?

Yes
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This can also be done in Rom Toolbox- JRummy app, in Auto Start manager. Long press on Google Play Services, hit Advanced, and knock off those permissions.
Thanks for the heads up

Are there any other permissions you would suggest stopping?

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New CM build contains a fix for that problem. I think it works. Other user mentioned in CM thread that battery drain is gone caused by Play Services. Don't know if it's fixed in other Custom Roms.

I usually don't revoke any permissions. Sometimes they have too many affects on other apps. Afterwards you can't remember what you have changed, if something doesn't work as normal. But this battery drain was a pain in the ***.



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This can also be done in Rom Toolbox- JRummy app, in Auto Start manager. Long press on Google Play Services, hit Advanced, and knock off those permissions.
Thanks for the heads up

Are there any other permissions you would suggest stopping?

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