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New OTA ROM - T999UVDLJC

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Updating to UVDLJC results in a much worse battery for me. 20-25% less per day compared to UVDLJA.

I flashed root66's stock UVDLJC with root and noticed the battery was worse with Android OS using a much larger percentage. I went back to root66's stock UVDLJA with root and the battery was back to normal. Yesterday I got the update nag for UVDLJC and to test I let it update. Sure enough, battery is back down 20-25%.

Anyone else having such issues? Is there a cache that needs wiping? I haven't noticed much increase in signal strength or speed, so the new radio only has downside for me.
 
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I saw a huge battery drain from IP service process. I disabled WiFi calling and its back to normal battery usage. Something in this update with WiFi calling enabled is draining the battery.

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I saw a huge battery drain from IP service process. I disabled WiFi calling and its back to normal battery usage. Something in this update with WiFi calling enabled is draining the battery.

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I have WiFi calling is disabled and get the drain.
 
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Finally got the update better speeds and signal by alot I did a test before and after the update and the changes were very impressive

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I can also confirm that T999UVDLJC drains battery much faster on Wi-Fi. Regular network (4G) is fine but as soon as I connect Wi-Fi, forget it. Did not have this problem with previous modem.
 
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Can confirm battery drain also. Really getting pissed off. Love this phone. Slowly making me regret selling my nexus. Anyone having wifi issues. My wifi seems "slow". By slow I mean compared to my wifes mytouch 4g shes had for 3 years now, she canb load browser pages and yputube videos faster. I get partial loads then it fets stuck. Ugh. I thought it was my router at home but evenbhere at work its still slow.

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I disabled WiFi calling quick.

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I disabled WiFi calling quick.

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W ell I actually use itnwhen im at work. My hospital's surgery floor is in the basement and im there 10 hours of the day. No service.

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I always leave WiFi on and let JuiceDefender turn it off when it isn't in use. I turned off WiFi for a few days and the battery life was close to the old radio.

Can't say I have any issues when WiFi is turned on. No benefits from the battery draining radio either.

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