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Hey guys!

i have a battery drainage on my i8190.

i'm on Novafusion's CM11.

Like if i leave my phone charged 100% and go to sleep i find it off in the morning.

i even tried greenify.

any suggestions?

kernel?

Thanks guys.
29th June 2014, 12:27 AM |#2  
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You don't add anything for anyone to help with. Post a screenshot of your battery stats maybe, or even install betterbatterystats, wakelock detector or something to see what's causing the drain.
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Thx tyson.

Here's a screenshot of betterbatterystats
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Thx tyson.

Here's a screenshot of betterbatterystats

So, this tells me that your phone has been awake about 23 mins while your screen was off. To know why you have to look at kernel wakelocks, and then take it further depending on what that will show.
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So, this tells me that your phone has been awake about 23 mins while your screen was off. To know why you have to look at kernel wakelocks, and then take it further depending on what that will show.

Thank you tyson!

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Thank you tyson!

here's a screenshot of the kernel wakelocks

There we find that PowerManagerService.Wakelocks is at top, and this is usually a sum of all partial wakelocks.
Then we have to look at partial wakelocks to see why.
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