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Can anyone tell me what is this wififodelay wakelock, and block before sleep ? Thank you Click image for larger version

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It's your Wi-Fi constantly scanning.

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It's your Wi-Fi constantly scanning.

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Is there any way to turn this off ?
In settings of wifi i have turned off network wifi notification, and to turn off if not connected. But same wakelock is here
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Is there any way to turn this off ?
In settings of wifi i have turned off network wifi notification, and to turn off if not connected. But same wakelock is here
Your Wi-Fi scans because it's on, just like Bluetooth. There are two ways to reduce the battery usage. First, set your phone to be on static IP on the network. Secondly, adjust how often it scans (rooted devices only).

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Is there any way to turn this off ?
In settings of wifi i have turned off network wifi notification, and to turn off if not connected. But same wakelock is here
Is the wireless actually enabled though? The only option I can think of when you say "turn off if not connected" is the option to disconnect if the internet is unavailable. In this case, you aren't connected but the wireless is still scanning for networks. You need to toggle WiFi off completely.
 
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Is the wireless actually enabled though? The only option I can think of when you say "turn off if not connected" is the option to disconnect if the internet is unavailable. In this case, you aren't connected but the wireless is still scanning for networks. You need to toggle WiFi off completely.
8 hours on battery. All time on wifi in home signal always full, and 11 minutes that wakelock i don't get it what is causing this problem.
Blockbeforesleep is 1 minute 30 seconds.
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