HOLY crap, my battery sucks! Why??
Hey fellow GNex'ers!
I'm currently running CM10.2 on my Sprint GNex. I just pulled my phone off the charger, set it in my car, drove home from work (for lunch), then back to work. Once I got to work (hadn't even turned the screen on since I unplugged it), I checked the battery: 88%. Now, not even 70 minutes later it's reading 82%, a loss of 6% with no texts, no screen on, no notifications, and my 3g is 3 bars, which is pretty good for where I am (and the fact that there are no notifications / data usage).
Can anyone explain what it could be killing my battery? I'll post the betterbattstats screens later (when I get back out to my car), but for the rest of the afternoon I'm going to leave it there so I can get a better idea of what's killing the battery. I'm so sick of my battery draining when I'm not even touching it!
My wife's GNex did practically the same thing this morning. Her phone died in about 5 hours, but she turned the phone off about an hour after turning it on... She's running stock 4.1.2
Edit: Lost 2% in 11 minutes, so we'll round it up to 1% per 6 minutes right now...
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