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I did a factory reset and the issue still exists. I have removed 1/3 of my apps, 80% of the photos on my phone. I tried running Bluetooth off 100% of the time. Turned off location reporting. Turned off syncing any Google service I wan't using. None of these helped. My problem is intermittent. I will make a change then go a couple of days thinking "problem solved," then on the third day massive battery drain reoccurs. I think the battery monitor in the OS is unreliable when this occurs becasue it will report an app like "Flixter" as the main source of the drain. The next time it will be mediaserver, or TV Guide.
My girlfriend is having the same problem with battery drain.
GPS is off and she's using Wi-Fi at home.
When Google rolled Kit Kat OTAs I had to wipe her phone and flash the official Mako factory images to actually get it updated. So the phone isn't rooted and It's completely stock now. The 4.4.2 OTA update installed just fine. Then she noticed the poor battery life. Android system and Android OS are the 2 highest battery users in the list (will try to get a screenshot of this later)
Is the factory reset working for any one?
Has a reinstall of the factory images fixed this?
Any other suggestions?
Just wanted to ask everyone before I spent a bunch of time on it.
Thanks so much!
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