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By Arcturus314, Junior Member on 28th January 2014, 02:38 AM
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Hi all, my att HTC one is rooted with Google play edition 4.4.2, xposed framework, and gravitybox. According to my battery stats, I have 35% battery with Android system taking 55% and Google services 33%. I have 2.5 hrs screen on time. Anyone have an idea what the problem is?

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28th January 2014, 02:49 AM |#2  
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Hi all, my att HTC one is rooted with Google play edition 4.4.2, xposed framework, and gravitybox. According to my battery stats, I have 35% battery with Android system taking 55% and Google services 33%. I have 2.5 hrs screen on time. Anyone have an idea what the problem is?

Thanks in advance

Did you tried to change location settings?
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In what way? I'm also using Google experience launcher.
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In what way? I'm also using Google experience launcher.

settings--> location
then disable wifi and mobile data location
28th January 2014, 05:08 AM |#5  
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My battery is charging now, when it hits 100% I'll test it. One other thing- since rooting and installing stock the battery seems to charge way faster now. Is this normal or is it a problem with my battery?
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After 5 min, with WiFi and location data off, I played a bit of a game. Here is what happened. Battery down to 91%. Android system took 84% the game (its 2d) took 4 percent, and the screen took 2%. Any thoughts?
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After 5 min, with WiFi and location data off, I played a bit of a game. Here is what happened. Battery down to 91%. Android system took 84% the game (its 2d) took 4 percent, and the screen took 2%. Any thoughts?

download a battery management app so you can seen exactly what is draining your battery. With stock htc battery app, it show me android system is draining my battery, but with other app I can pinpoint what is draining my battery. Maybe try this one
28th January 2014, 09:11 PM |#8  
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Done. Apparently android ui is taking 50% of my battery.
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One other thing- I tried to use ART to save battery but it wouldn't enable- when I enabled it would rest at and still be using dalvik. This is with xposed, gravitybox uninstalled. Why does this happen?
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Hi all, my att HTC one is rooted with Google play edition 4.4.2, xposed framework, and gravitybox. According to my battery stats, I have 35% battery with Android system taking 55% and Google services 33%. I have 2.5 hrs screen on time. Anyone have an idea what the problem is?

Thanks in advance

battery stats do have a ver strange behaviour....
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