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My nexus 4 does not go into sleep mode

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1st August 2013, 04:40 PM   |  #1  
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MY nexus 4 is not going into sleep mode..i am on android 4.3 ..sometimes it goes into deepsleep perfectly and then suddenly it just doesnt sleep .. i checked wakelock detector and saw that it isnt going into sleep mode ..i checked better battery stats and power manager service is the one keeping the device awake .. then i went into battery and saw that android os is keeping the device awake! when i reboot the device then it goes into sleep mode properly but then again randomly it stops sleeping ... some1 plz helpp .. its causing too much battery drain..



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I hav uploaded some screen shots too but they are not the ones with the bbs log ..they wer taken at a different time..
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1st August 2013, 05:31 PM   |  #2  
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same thing for me too.
1st August 2013, 05:34 PM   |  #3  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Cjshino

same thing for me too.

what is your android version and which rom?? rooted or not?
1st August 2013, 06:02 PM   |  #4  
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what is your android version and which rom?? rooted or not?

4.3 rooted, stock everything
1st August 2013, 06:18 PM   |  #5  
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try with wakelock detector or similar....
The statistics of default android battery gives no specific information
1st August 2013, 06:28 PM   |  #6  
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Originally Posted by XaviCampos

try with wakelock detector or similar....
The statistics of default android battery gives no specific information

i tried wake lock detector .. it showed that the device is being held awake but in the wakelocks tab there was nothing that was keeping the device awake for so long
1st August 2013, 07:04 PM   |  #7  
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Do you have alarms or anything of sort? (it might matter)

Disable all syncs, try to off (most) of those chat apps like wechat and line etc(go to settings>apps force stop), wechat in particular drains quite a lot.

I don't use stock but mine is close to it but I deleted lots of bloats from TB.

I only leave whatsapp on.

Infact, try out using Airplane, if even in airplane the battery still sucks, try reflashing everything using bootloader.
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the thread title says that your n4 doesnt go into sleep mode.. where do you have something showing this?? battery loss does not equal not going into sleep mode. have you checked if your device goes into sleep mode, or are you just assuming? use something like cpu spy to see if your device is going into sleep mode..


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Indeed, try CPU Spy. I use unrooted stock 4.3 and mine deep-sleeps just fine.

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the thread title says that your n4 doesnt go into sleep mode.. where do you have something showing this?? battery loss does not equal not going into sleep mode. have you checked if your device goes into sleep mode, or are you just assuming? use something like cpu spy to see if your device is going into sleep mode..


this happened when i rebooted it .. it went into deep sleep perfectly for 2-3 hours after that and then after 3 hours it stopped going into deep sleep again even with screen off for 4-5 hours more..



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