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Default Xperia T never sleeps always awake while screen off

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My Sony Xperia T on 4.1.2 JB UK, always shows Android system as most battery drain and the phone never sleeps when screen is off

I have disabled lots of bloatware apps.

Location off, WiFi off, 3 g off..everything is off..

I use greenify to hibernate app but still phone never sleeps?

Any idea?

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Repair the phone via pcc. BTW: why are you still using 4.1? Update your phone to 4.3 and report back
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Repair the phone via pcc. BTW: why are you still using 4.1? Update your phone to 4.3 and report back
Hello! Yes I have repaired the phone via PCC twice!!

Still same.

Reasons for being on 4.1.2 is no bugs and my power button does not work.

I have no updates via PCC or OTA yet for UK network 3
 
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Use BetterBatteryStats (there's an APK available here on XDA) to find out what's keeping your phone awake

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Hello if you looked at screenshots, its from betterbatterystats...
 
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Give the phone to sony and let them repair your power button. Then flash a stock 4.3 ftf and report back
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Hello if you looked at screenshots, its from betterbatterystats...
I'm sorry, I couldn't see the screenshots before. You'll need a better BBS log, it would be much more reliable if you would post a log from overnight. Those one hour logs can't always give a clear enough picture. Make sure you don't use your phone, so we have a completely idle log.

Check the BBS thread for AlarmManager, that should already give you quote some pointers to work with.

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The whole point of doing a thread here is so i don't have to send phone to sony to repair
Even i know i could have the phone repaired! Don't wanna spend money on repair
Phone works fine just the battery issue as mentioned above
Don't want 4.3 due to all the bugs mentioned here

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I did do a better battery stat but just not posted here since i deleted the log
Main issue is the android system battery drain at top of battery history chart

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I did do a better battery stat but just not posted here since i deleted the log
Main issue is the android system battery drain at top of battery history chart

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Well, without a better log, we can't help you. 'Android System' contains just too much functions. It shouldn't be a problem to just get an idle log off 4hrs or more, to help solve your problem, right?

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