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Default Google Play Books sucking Battery

I just recently purchased a Nexus 7 and received it a couple days ago and have been loving it. Today, just looking at the battery section I noticed that Google Play Books is sucking down my battery at 56% which is interesting since I've never even opened the app. Is there anyway to stop or prevent this? I am unlocked and rooted on the stock rom. Thanks!

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I just recently purchased a Nexus 7 and received it a couple days ago and have been loving it. Today, just looking at the battery section I noticed that Google Play Books is sucking down my battery at 56% which is interesting since I've never even opened the app. Is there anyway to stop or prevent this? I am unlocked and rooted on the stock rom. Thanks!

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I've got the same thing, hopefully the 4.4.3 update will fix it...
 
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If you don't use the app, its safe to uninstall.
 
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So for reference of anybody else having the same issue, I disabled Play Books in the settings and uninstalled. After restarting my device the app reinstalled and enabled itself but I am no longer having the issue of it sucking up my battery.

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I also face same problem with the Google play books sucking battery but when i remove then i feel relax and now my battery is working properly.
I really feel relax now.
 
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Greenifying it will also help I guess..

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