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Hello,

i found the Problem for me with an exorbitant Battery Drain with Android OS eating up my Battery.

The Bus-Driver for the ID-Chip is the Bad Guy for me. After removing the Fake S-View Cover and switching to
the original one, the drain stopped immediately even without reboot.

Hope this helps some of you to fix there drain.

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Robert
 
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Hello,

i found the Problem for me with an exorbitant Battery Drain with Android OS eating up my Battery.

The Bus-Driver for the ID-Chip is the Bad Guy for me. After removing the Fake S-View Cover and switching to
the original one, the drain stopped immediately even without reboot.

Hope this helps some of you to fix there drain.

Regards

Robert
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