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Default [Q] Event Wakelock

Does anyone have any idea what these event wakelocks are? They are draining a lot of battery, and as you can see from the screenshots, my battery appears to be substantially worse than everyone else's. I'm not exactly a power user either!

I'd appreciate it if someone could help me out with this.

Here are some screenshots: https://plus.google.com/photos/+Lewi...9245601?sort=1

I have included pictures of the built in battery page, on screen time, awake time and a screenshot from WLD.
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I have them too. But only recently. I'm on PA beta 2, AK stable Kernel 30.
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I have them as well. No idea what they mean though. On Mahdi + Franco.
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Guys, wakelocks are normal and needed. There are times when they are excessive though. I think bacon-599 has a better discussion on battery drain than worrying about a few minor wakelocks. 10 minutes in a few hours isn't that bad.
 
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Guys, wakelocks are normal and needed. There are times when they are excessive though. I think bacon-599 has a better discussion on battery drain than worrying about a few minor wakelocks. 10 minutes in a few hours isn't that bad.
Mine is excessive isn't it?

Sorry, what is bacon-599?
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Mine is excessive isn't it?

Sorry, what is bacon-599?
I don't think so. Not sure what the issue is.

Oh BACON-599 refers to issue 599 on cms issue tracker where bacon is the device specific project.


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