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4.4.2 update

25th January 2014, 07:43 AM |#61  
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No update here. I've been checking obsessively since I saw the articles/this thread.

you and i both... non-stop incessant update checks.. bwahahaah
 
 
25th January 2014, 01:27 PM |#62  
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The update had to go through carrier approvals as well. Since HTC, Samsung and LG are all trying to get their updates out as well I suspect the carrier approval process is taking a while. Especially since we just got a 4.4 update.

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25th January 2014, 04:16 PM |#63  
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Well I can report that my battery life is pretty ****ty. 12 hours uptime with 2 and a half hours screen on and it's about to die. Android OS usage is very high with an hour and a half of CPU usage. Seems to drain faster with WiFi enabled which is strange. I have ART enabled, autobrightness, background sync off, google location reporting/history off, disabled most bloat.
25th January 2014, 04:21 PM |#64  
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I had the same issue with the battery drain on ART. It seems there is an issue with the new Google play services which changed for 4 4.2 ART since the ART compiler changed in 4.4.2. I switched back to dalvik and battery life was back to normal.
25th January 2014, 05:10 PM |#65  
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Well I can report that my battery life is pretty ****ty. 12 hours uptime with 2 and a half hours screen on and it's about to die. Android OS usage is very high with an hour and a half of CPU usage. Seems to drain faster with WiFi enabled which is strange. I have ART enabled, autobrightness, background sync off, google location reporting/history off, disabled most bloat.

Do you use Bluetooth audio ? If so would please check if you can control the volume from phone.

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25th January 2014, 06:32 PM |#66  
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Verizon Developer edition and regular retail here. No updates on either.
28th January 2014, 09:20 PM |#67  
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Motorola just announced 4.4.2 is coming to Rogers and Fido Moto X devices soon. Hopefully we won't have to wait a long time for it to make it's way stateside. I can't post a link, but they just shared one on their Twitter account.
28th January 2014, 09:51 PM |#68  
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Well I can report that my battery life is pretty ****ty. 12 hours uptime with 2 and a half hours screen on and it's about to die. Android OS usage is very high with an hour and a half of CPU usage. Seems to drain faster with WiFi enabled which is strange. I have ART enabled, autobrightness, background sync off, google location reporting/history off, disabled most bloat.

Same thing happens to me.. maybe a little better but it does seem to drain faster with wifi and the culprit is android OS and or google play services.
28th January 2014, 10:14 PM |#69  
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People should also understand that ART is experimental.
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People should also understand that ART is experimental.

yet - ART Likely to Replace Dalvik in Next Version of Android? | Androidheadlines.com
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