Originally Posted by neverg
I sideloaded the 4.3 update in my Nexus 4 (non-rooted, full stock) last night. Everything went well... until I noticed the battery draining fast, way faster than on 4.2. The culprit seems to be the stock Messaging app. Does anyone has any problem like this after updating to 4.3? I have a screenshot:
Do you think doing a factory reset would help? It seems I'm not the only one with the issue since a very recent ticket describing the same situation (alhought far less worst in terms of draining than mine) was submited here: https://code.google.com/p/android/is...etail?id=58149
. I already stared and replayed with my situation in the issue.
Its unreceived mms try to be pushed in. Just turn on data, and send a mms to urself. Wait to receive ur mms and other peoples mms.
I had that issue too
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