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Normal Battery Stats For Moto G (Tweaky One)?

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7th May 2014, 01:28 PM   |  #1  
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Battery drain on my moto g, are these stats normal for these Roms?
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7th May 2014, 01:35 PM   |  #2  
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Go to your wifi advance setting and untick option for scaning always available .
Your screen shoot shows that your wifi is turn on and searching wifi..
I have also Faced this problem.

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7th May 2014, 01:39 PM   |  #3  
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Go to your wifi advance setting and untick option for scaning always available .
Your screen shoot shows that your wifi is turn on and searching wifi..
I have also Faced this problem.

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..but that option is already disabled.. Idk I've been flashing a couple ROMs including slimkat, cyanogenmod, and a couple others. I've also noticed that my battery drain increase 2x.. Just by using my phone (moderate usage) I've lost about 5-10% in just 10-30 minutes.
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Then use battery calibration app after flashing any custom rom.
It will help you to remove old battery stats used by old rom.

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Hmm I'll try it, any apps you would recommend
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So, I tried a "battery calibration app", and I don't really see a difference. I also flash my phone back to stock the other day and all was well. (4.3 fw boost). Afterwards I reflashed the same ROM and also with the aero kernel and I'm back with battery drainage.
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