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mm-qcamera-daemon destroying battery

20th February 2014, 08:42 PM |#1  
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So yesterday I noticed my phone was pretty warm when I pulled it out after school and I saw the battery and it was at a good 60% and I only used it for 15 minutes prior. I looked in the battery stats and it said the process mm-qcamera-daemon used the majority of the 40% of battery I lost

Today was the same thing, but it was a little better after I froze some apps that use the camera. However, it still used over 20% of the battery.

If anyone had a solution that would be awesome!

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20th February 2014, 10:39 PM |#2  
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Originally Posted by itzkpanda

So yesterday I noticed my phone was pretty warm when I pulled it out after school and I saw the battery and it was at a good 60% and I only used it for 15 minutes prior. I looked in the battery stats and it said the process mm-qcamera-daemon used the majority of the 40% of battery I lost

Today was the same thing, but it was a little better after I froze some apps that use the camera. However, it still used over 20% of the battery.

If anyone had a solution that would be awesome!

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Hey mate here is a thread where this issue is being discussed - http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2464653

Next time, please try and search before creating new threads as the answer might be out there already. Cheers!
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