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7th March 2014, 04:52 AM   |  #1  
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My GE HTC One has been having horrible battery life the last few days. Android System and Mediaserver have been slaughtering my battery within an hour and i want to know why. My possible thoughts are
Snapchat +Keepchat xposed extension (it saves all snaps to your internal mem)
Or settings issue?
Im exhausted and was hoping someone could give me advice to wake up to and try out tomorrow.
(BTW, its not partial wakelocks (caused by apps) because i got an xposed app that lets you disable wakelocks per app, and i knocked out any indecent wakelocks).
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7th March 2014, 10:51 AM   |  #2  
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My GE HTC One has been having horrible battery life the last few days. Android System and Mediaserver have been slaughtering my battery within an hour and i want to know why. My possible thoughts are
Snapchat +Keepchat xposed extension (it saves all snaps to your internal mem)
Or settings issue?
Im exhausted and was hoping someone could give me advice to wake up to and try out tomorrow.
(BTW, its not partial wakelocks (caused by apps) because i got an xposed app that lets you disable wakelocks per app, and i knocked out any indecent wakelocks).
All help will be thanked!!!

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when did it start going bad? what did you change/add around that time?? process of elimination.
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7th March 2014, 12:19 PM   |  #3  
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when did it start going bad? what did you change/add around that time?? process of elimination.

Maybe 3-4 days ago id say. And thats why im thinking the keepchat thing.


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Still need help!!!
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Maybe 3-4 days ago id say. And thats why im thinking the keepchat thing.


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so uninstall keepchat?
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so uninstall keepchat?

I disabled it. Still looking for other culprits because its still draining quick :/

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It got to around 60% before i plugged in. But it got there fast. :/

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8th March 2014, 12:59 AM   |  #8  
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It got to around 60% before i plugged in. But it got there fast. :/

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about all I can suggest is that you wipe everything and flash the rom with stock kernel.
add apps one at a time and you should be able to work out what's using your battery.
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I quit using snapchat and keepchat, it helped alot.

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16th March 2014, 06:59 AM   |  #10  
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HEY HEY HEY. ITS NEITHER SNAPCHAT OR KEEPCHAT.

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