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[Q] iheartradio app battery drain when not in use?

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Default [Q] iheartradio app battery drain when not in use?

Can someone tell me why iheartradio is drawing 10% when its not in use and I have it greenify'd ? I am also not rooted.

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Can someone tell me why iheartradio is drawing 10% when its not in use and I have it greenify'd ? I am also not rooted.

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it's not that app have draining your 10% battery,it's indicated how much percent it have been on and use system resource..

that's mean the more you use the more percent it get,that's why screen percent always higher than other since you need to on the screen to use your phone
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it's not that app have draining your 10% battery,it's indicated how much percent it have been on and use system resource..

that's mean the more you use the more percent it get,that's why screen percent always higher than other since you need to on the screen to use your phone
I see....Im such a dummy. I was confusing the battery list with the "running" list under applications manager. Thanks a lot man
 
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What can we do,android is getting more confusing though

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