For some strange reason, my Nexus seems to prefer stock kernels - flashing custom kernels lead to a 4%/hr drop in battery compared to 1%/hr, even when nothing is syncing and the screen is off.
As in the screenshot attached, towards the end, I tested flashing the stock rom with stock kernel, then Franco's kernel, alternating between these two every hour or so. What I get is a series of steps in the graph, and from the battery readings standby drain is noticeably heavier.
Anyone having the same experience?
Sent from my Galaxy Nexus