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Plug [HELP] Sudden Battery Drain

Hi, I've been usin hox+ for 1 month now but I have a huge problem. I'm using stock rooted rom 4.2.2 and with elitekernel.

When the phone battery is on the %90 or %80 or some times at %40 the phone shutsdown and when I try to turn on it becomes %0 or %10 at the battery.

So i thought it caues because of my old kernel ( Speedy ) and I've flashed a new one ( eliteKernel ) . I tried installing different rom and see what happens. Still no change...

Some times it never happens but it normally happens a lot. maybe twice a day.. ıf any one had this kind of issue please let me know and if you have a solution please share with us.
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Wait, you charge your phone (up to 100% of course), leave it sleeping and it shutdowns even twice a day?

There is a known bug with HOX+ with the battery level after the 4.2 update, but it's not that harmful as you described.
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Exactly that happens randomly. No idea what is the problem is. I will change the battery in a week and if anything changes i will post here

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This is what happens. A screenshot added below.

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Do I see it right? The screen is on all the time? Why don't you simply charge your phone and leave it dreaming...

Have you checked if your phone goes into deep sleep with e.g. Wakelock detector tool?
 
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Nope the screen is not on all time. I use it as a normal user. I dont know why doed it shows like that. I disabled the deep sleep because it disables the mobile network when the screen off.

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I disabled the deep sleep because it disables the mobile network when the screen off.
Are you sure? Without deep sleep it drains your battery very fast. Re-enable it. Don't worry about mobile network. While your phone is in deep sleep, it will wake up from time to time, connect with the internet to check for new activities, disconnect and go back sleep.

Plus, deep sleep is something all smartphones users want . You are the first one whom I've met, which doesn't want deep sleep .
 
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Reenabled the deep sleep and still the same. Dies at %40

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Reenabled the deep sleep and still the same. Dies at %40

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