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Found this somewhere.....
Found that a background running app listed as DRM was the issue. It won't allow the device to sleep. It's function is to check for theft from media hub. It runs constantly, updating every 11.5 seconds. Simple solution is to go into your running services and shut it down. If you use media hub, kill DRM after you log off. I also learned that if you kill Gtalk, it uses more battery. It is attached to gmail/android and if shut down, the phone does a constant scan until your gmail acct is verified and turns back on. It's best to leave it running, as it sits idle.
I noticed this last night while me and Uber were compiling kernel, my battery had been sleeping in between 6 and 45 seconds all day and suddenly I was getting 100% usage by DRM and a couple of other things after a reboot.... Then suddenly after about an hour or so of doing that it went back to sleeping in between 6 and 45 seconds. This would be my guess as to what is cause some of our long periods of awake time randomly.... It's sprint checking to see if you have stolen anything.... Lol.
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