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Default Dealing with google services battery drain

get android tuner or any similar app that can disable recievers

Disable ( unchecked ) the Checkin.EventLogService$Receiver
Disable ( unchecked ) the CheckinService$TriggerReceiver
Disable ( unchecked ) the CheckinService$Receiver
Disable ( unchecked ) the CheckinService$SecretCodeReceiver


if u still have drain

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Disable ( unchecked ) the Checkin.EventLogService$Receiver
Disable ( unchecked ) the CheckinService$TriggerReceiver
Disable ( unchecked ) the CheckinService$Receiver
Disable ( unchecked ) the CheckinService$SecretCodeReceiver


what these guys do ? is it going to effect normal usage if i disable them?
 
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Disable ( unchecked ) the Checkin.EventLogService$Receiver
Disable ( unchecked ) the CheckinService$TriggerReceiver
Disable ( unchecked ) the CheckinService$Receiver
Disable ( unchecked ) the CheckinService$SecretCodeReceiver


what these guys do ? is it going to effect normal usage if i disable them?
Yes maybe. So far the commonly used apps like what's app Facebook do not have any problem
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