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3 screenshots from 3 different days with no apps running in the background, I cleared it before going to sleep. Help please?

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3 screenshots from 3 different days with no apps running in the background, I cleared it before going to sleep. Help please?

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Tap and show the info about Android OS battery usage. Usually if keeping the phone awake can be solved by rebooting the phone.
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3 screenshots from 3 different days with no apps running in the background, I cleared it before going to sleep. Help please?

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Without root and a lot of advanced tweaking there is only one simple thing you can do - turn off WiFi and Mobile Data before you go to sleep. Eventually as an even bigger step you can also go to Airplane Mode but obviously you will not be able to take any phone call. See what battery drain you get under those conditions.
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Thank you! Thought I had to unroot my phone. Already tried rebooting but did mot work but O tried factory reseting my phone and solved the problem.
 
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Try my battery saving thread here - http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2579075

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3 screenshots from 3 different days with no apps running in the background, I cleared it before going to sleep. Help please?

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i think dropbox is eating up your battery

2nd picture

your mobile network signal is weak, this could be the culprit

3rd picture

same as above
 
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post some wakelocks. Otherwise this is useless.

The 1st picture it's obviously dropbox. In the other two, who knows. without wakelock stats this thread is useless
 
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Angry Worth rooting...

If you root go for :
- Wakelock Detector (find out exactly what caused the drain: screen / cpu)
- Greenify (hibernate apps regularly)
- ROM Toolbox Pro (disable startup and other related intents)

Since I did (I stayed on stock) : I don't have to worry about charging during the day + all lag is gone (even with 500 apps and >100 more frozen).
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wakelock detector works just fine without root greenify partially
 
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Turn off the wifi

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