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Media server battery drain issue

14th May 2014, 03:05 AM |#11  
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Ok this may be a dead question, but something I would like to add. For the past two days I have not seen the media server in my battery stats. This is a shot of what I saw this evening. Which this is what I think my battery page should look like. I have not made any changes that would explain why it's not showing up. Any ideas or comments appreciated.




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I've only noticed media sever when I ise streaming apps , loke Pandora , youtube and so on... have you used any of those apps ?

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14th May 2014, 03:11 AM |#12  
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Not today, not sure about yesterday. This is not the only time it has not shown up for a few days. I also have not had any app updates. I think it's like bilgerryan stated that something is causing a wake lock but I close out apps when I finish. And usually use avg task killer to kill most running tasks.

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