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nope. Completely stock.
Would you be willing to root your phone and installing a custom recovery so you can wipe cache and dalvik cache? Or maybe manually install a ROM yourself. Its worth a try. You can just Unroot it back if you don't want root
 
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Would you be willing to root your phone and installing a custom recovery so you can wipe cache and dalvik cache? Or maybe manually install a ROM yourself. Its worth a try. You can just Unroot it back if you don't want root
yes but I do not want to lose root as soon as the 4.4.2 update is released on February 1st. I plan on rooting the phone after that. I'm worried that after I root though, I discover it is a hardware issue, its going to be a long process of unrooting the phone to send back to Motorola.
 
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Get Gsam and see what is going on. Simple. The stock battery info is next to useless.

Then you can take screen shots that have better info.

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If you suspect its a hardware issue then its best to have the phone replaced as soon as possible before messing with it too much you know?

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I figured it out. Installed a CPU monitoring application since I'm not rooted and saw that the phone was barely sleeping. Purely by chance I guessed it was Snapchat, greenified the application, and it worked! Thanks for your help guys.
 
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I figured it out. Installed a CPU monitoring application since I'm not rooted and saw that the phone was barely sleeping. Purely by chance I guessed it was Snapchat, greenified the application, and it worked! Thanks for your help guys.
So.....I was right?

Rogue processes happen, my man.

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Gsam would have pointed it out quickly. Its my number one app.

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I've had the same issue over the last 2 days, and the Kernel (Adroid OS) takes 26.5% of the battery drain, allthough CPU has only had to work 3m 30s...
 
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Gsam. Lol

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