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Battery Low Wakelockmanager excessive wakelocks!!

Hello everyone!

I've been having excessive wakelocks from "wakelockmanager", check out Wakelock Detector stats on the attached image. I'm using CleanROM 1.5 with Galaxy Gear connected all the time. Anyone else experiencing this problem?

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Hello everyone!

I've been having excessive wakelocks from "wakelockmanager", check out Wakelock Detector stats on the attached image. I'm using CleanROM 1.5 with Galaxy Gear connected all the time. Anyone else experiencing this problem?

Thanks!
I've done some other tests and I only see the wakelocks when I'm connected to the mobile network (with or without data). I use my Verizon Note 3 on GSM/WCDMA.

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Any follow up on this? Having the same problem all of a sudden
 
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Do you have Android Firewall and/or XPrivacy XPosed module?

I have T-Mobile Note 3 with stock ROM and I noticed this battery drain also when I have both installed. I actually have these wakelocks within 3 hours after rebooting.

- WakelockManagertimeout (runs 808 times)
- WakeLockManager (runs 1107 times)

So maybe it is something that is universal rather than restricted to a particular model (Verizon, T-Mobile, etc.)
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I actually just installed xprivacy and rebooted. So far I don't have the wakelock anymore but has it within 6 hours or so after the first reboot... Frigging strange I can't pinpoint what it is even in BBS.
 
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I actually just installed xprivacy and rebooted. So far I don't have the wakelock anymore but has it within 6 hours or so after the first reboot... Frigging strange I can't pinpoint what it is even in BBS.
Probably the Android Firewall then. Some networking related process must be running in the background that intercept network request from the application.

However, if OP doesn't have these 2 apps, I am not sure what caused the excessive wakelocks...
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Wakelock Detector quit working for me on 4.4.2. It crashes shortly after opening the app and giving it SU permissions.
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i don't have Android firewall at all. I did deny some location and wakelock permissions in AppOps and it's better now. I'll post some pictures with the apps i have maybe we can compare them and find the culprit this way.

https://mega.co.nz/#!dIl3mRoa!XK4Yg1...QA2ewGU_JMuDUk
https://mega.co.nz/#!JZFm0RLY!V4Pu8e...ruuv07wV84EM8A
https://mega.co.nz/#!tEUwVT4T!-UQPZd...RmUjDtr2OlCXoM
https://mega.co.nz/#!dF9jDDBY!sLRsk5...1lU5E0QpQXkOhA

Ignore the obvious ones like facebook and games.
 
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I solved my issue. I ran Catlog and found that the csc was causing me a lot of wake locks. I have ORO CSC and flashed a SIN CSC. Somehow it was constantly trying something in the background. I deleted all the CSC folders except the common one and everything is back to normal. Also my Android OS and Android system are low now. The folders are located in /system/csc. I do advise backing them up in case something goes wrong.

Hope this helps

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