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[GUIDE] Fixing massive battery drain on 4.4.2 (requires root/custom recovery)

20th July 2014, 07:38 PM   |  #31  
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So did this theary and still no go, did it all correct amd only get 9hrs on full charge, not 48hrs like i was on 4.2.2. Looks like im saying screw 4.4.2 and going 4.2.2.

Unless there is other ways or a miracle on whats goin on with this battery issue. I feel like im back with my galaxy s facinate with 4.4.2

Did you at least check that the wakelocks you blocked by following the guide are really the ones draining your battery? If so, are they still the ones causing problems or are there any others?
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Did you at least check that the wakelocks you blocked by following the guide are really the ones draining your battery? If so, are they still the ones causing problems or are there any others?

Sure did and still no go.
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Did you at least check that the wakelocks you blocked by following the guide are really the ones draining your battery? If so, are they still the ones causing problems or are there any others?

Now that ive done the steps my power button light stays on now.
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Sure did and still no go.

Could you be a little bit more specific? Were the wakelocks you added to the filter the ones causing battery drain? What happened after enabling the wakelock block? What does GSam report?

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Now that ive done the steps my power button light stays on now.

This sentence does not make any sense to me, the power button on the Butterfly S does not have backlight of any kind (unless you can see infrared light d-: ).
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Do I still get gcm notifications?. If I freeze the service in the OP?.
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Do I still get gcm notifications?. If I freeze the service in the OP?.

What's “gcm”?

Also, it's not about freezing any service, it's about disabling a particular set of incorrectly used wakelocks.
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