Originally Posted by itsLYNDZ
Do you know what app that is?
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I had a quick question. yesterday I was at a bar in the basement and wasnt getting data or signal. i noticed that while my phone kept searching for signal/data it was dropping a percent every couple minutes. Is there a way to make it stop searching? i know APn works for data, but what about signal? Just something to make it stop when im in an area (underground) where I know I will not get service.
Put your phone in flight mode perhaps?
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Originally Posted by chamonix
Well the reason for the 6 hours of awake can be found in the kernel wakelocks:
"svnet" (): 39 m 53 s (2393 s) Cnt:(c/wc/ec)3515/0/3516 1.8%
"AudioOutLock" (): 38 m 43 s (2323 s) Cnt:(c/wc/ec)84/0/0 1.8%
"svnet-dormancy" (): 31 m 9 s (1869 s) Cnt:(c/wc/ec)275/0/275 1.4%
"deleted_wake_locks" (): 19 m 53 s (1193 s) Cnt:(c/wc/ec)26683/0/995 0.9%
"sec-battery-monitor" (): 18 m 6 s (1086 s) Cnt:(c/wc/ec)2592/786/0 0.8%
"wlan_rx_wake" (): 16 m 39 s (999 s) Cnt:(c/wc/ec)1241/0/1241 0.8%
"PowerManagerService" (): 10 m 47 s (647 s) Cnt:(c/wc/ec)10799/0/0 0.5%
#1 and #3 data traffic
#2 audio: if you were listing to music obviously not a problem
#3 wifi wakeups
#4 only then userland
Of course #1 and #3 are an indirect effect of apps but may also be related to bad reception that you seemed to have.
- don't leave wifi on when you don't use it: it causes a huge overhead
- get rid of the facebook client, it's known to cause large amount of wakeups
- check your yahoomail settings and see if other user have bad experience with that client. Test another one if required
- something has caused a huge amount of notifications (>2000) while you were using your phone. Those wakelocks are not the cause but a symptom of something waking up your phone very often
Thanks for reply.
I use WiFi when I am at work and at home and totally disable Packet Data when I use WiFi. So I leave WiFi on so that I can recieve my whatsapp messages and emails. Many say wifi uses much less battery that 3G or GPRS/EDGE. If i set wifi to be on only while screen is on and also have my packet data disabled, will i still recieve notifications while my phone is in my pocket? or will they only come through once my screen goes on and wifi is resumed so to say.
I have tried FriendCaster, alas I prefer the standard Facebook app, I am willing to sacrifice a bit of battery for this. Its not much though.
I cannot seem to find a setting to specify at what intervals to scan for new yahoo emails.
May i ask where you can see that something has caused my phone to wake up >2000 times?