Originally Posted by clusterchuck
Unfortunately, both of those apps require rooting for them to have any functionality. I was trying to hold off doing that for the next two months because I recently got a HTC One replacement and their warranties are good for 90 days only with them. Wanted to make sure this device was in perfect shape before I started tinkering with it.
You're right about the apps and root. But unfortunately finding you're culprit will be near impossible then.
All you can try is temporarily uninstalling any apps you suspect could be causing issues. Process of elimination.
Not much else you can do. Start with apps that show as running or cached.