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By lmmohr4, Senior Member on 13th June 2014, 07:52 PM
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my tf700 will not stay asleep. It resumes back to the swipe screen and runs down my battery. Any help would be appreciated.I'm running Crombie X 5.4
 
 
14th June 2014, 06:00 PM |#2  
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my tf700 will not stay asleep. It resumes back to the swipe screen and runs down my battery. Any help would be appreciated.I'm running Crombie X 5.4

I had that at one time and another - the first time though my pad was plugged into the charger and the issue was charger related, the second time it was a mixture of notifications (some calendar events and a lot of app updates with new permissions). It eventually stopped (or certainly dont notice it any more)
15th June 2014, 05:48 PM |#3  
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my tf700 will not stay asleep. It resumes back to the swipe screen and runs down my battery. Any help would be appreciated.I'm running Crombie X 5.4

Ideal situation for a logcat I would think.
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OQs?OlmmE=berndblb;53421227]Ideal situation for a logcat I would think.[/QUOTE]

I cureD the problem by switching away from the hund's kearnel tO _that's v10.

brings up the question, how much Ram space does catlog take up if its running for six or eight hours?

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OQs?OlmmE=berndblb;53421227]Ideal situation for a logcat I would think.

I cureD the problem by switching away from the hund's kearnel tO _that's v10.

brings up the question, how much Ram space does catlog take up if its running for six or eight hours?

.thanks for the PMl

logcat runs in the background continously. Catlog just reads the logs for you. All OS systems have some form of logging - it is built into their resource management so you shouldn't have to worry about it
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