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[Q] Android System is draining my battery a lot since I updated my phone to Kitkat

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Just flashed mk2 modem. I'll let you guys know after a day or two how the battery life is. Thanks again

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Actually doing that borked my WiFi.... Flashing the nae modem back


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Well that's no bueno, I wish someone would find a way to resolve the battery drain issue.

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Well that's no bueno, I wish someone would find a way to resolve the battery drain issue.

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Yes I know. Wonder why it's like that on the sprint s4 and not my Verizon one. I can still flash between modems on the Verizon one without any issue. As soon as I flashed the mk2 modem and rebooted the phone acted glitchy and wouldn't allow WiFi to even be toggled. Flashed nae modem back and it ran perfectly again.

That phone is on the nae bootloader too , wonder if there is something in place now that won't allow you to downgrade modems now?

Anyone else have this issue??

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