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26th April 2014, 06:22 PM |#11  
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You're not annoying me, honest, that's why I shared my results here ;P

1: Android System is currently 13%, screen is 29%. Previously Android System would be over 30% no matter what and often much higher if I didn't use the phone much that day.

2: Copy everything off your SD card onto your computer using whichever method you currently use. In Kies there's a file browser icon that lets you browse the contents of your phone, as well as copy things to and from it. You don't have to use the automated sync tools in Kies, you can simply drag and drop using the Kies browser.

3: Yup, that is correct. Not sure if it's maybe formatted using exFAT now, but I believe that's Android's preferred format these days.

So when I re copy everything to my phone... Can I put it on my SD card again or should I place it in the internal storage? (using kies as you stated) thanks a lot buddy

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26th April 2014, 06:51 PM |#12  
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So when I re copy everything to my phone... Can I put it on my SD card again or should I place it in the internal storage? (using kies as you stated) thanks a lot buddy

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Yup, you can put everything back on to the external SD card via Kies.
26th April 2014, 10:11 PM |#13  
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Maybe it is also caused by kitkat bug, which is Not only triggered by skype, but also hangouts etc etc http://www.zdnet.com/kitkat-giving-y...ix-7000027051/

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29th April 2014, 02:49 AM |#14  
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Dumb. Not related to battery drain

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1st May 2014, 04:03 PM |#15  
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What if we don't have an external SD card?

i'm also getting massive android system use for seemingly no good reason, and it started like 4 days ago, my phone was fine before that.

I'm new to android so I don't even know where to start with regards to uncovering problems of this nature
1st May 2014, 05:11 PM |#16  
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Dumb. Not related to battery drain

Even dumber, you didn't read the article 😂 It is indeed related to battery drain and is a common bug in kitkat
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