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mardon85
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Default Battery Drain "Media Server"

I'm trying to do a few 100% charge to discharges to help bed my battery bed in. Today seems a lot better than yesterday. I have the birghtness on low and have been listening to mp3's off the phone all morning. Its been off battery since 7.20am and its now 11.20am so 4hours with a little browsing and the battery is at 72% which seems pretty good to me.

The only thing thats confusing me is in the battery usage options are as follows:
Screen = 50%
Media Server = 18%
MixZing = 11%

Is media server related to listening to music or do I have the problem outlined here:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1345584

I might try a reset letter and not use the mp3 and see if its still there.
Do other One S users have the same thing?

Cheers
 
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Originally Posted by mardon85 View Post
I'm trying to do a few 100% charge to discharges to help bed my battery bed in. Today seems a lot better than yesterday. I have the birghtness on low and have been listening to mp3's off the phone all morning. Its been off battery since 7.20am and its now 11.20am so 4hours with a little browsing and the battery is at 72% which seems pretty good to me.

The only thing thats confusing me is in the battery usage options are as follows:
Screen = 50%
Media Server = 18%
MixZing = 11%

Is media server related to listening to music or do I have the problem outlined here:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1345584

I might try a reset letter and not use the mp3 and see if its still there.
Do other One S users have the same thing?

Cheers
Media server is music and video usage.
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