i downloaded it
but tell me..are u still using this version ?
yes i am! i think it's the best 4.2.2 feature-rich stable rom. Until kitkat gets the stability and all the features of JB 4.2.2, i'll keep it.
I just have a boring "smscallservicewakelock" wakelock when making calls, but it seems an AOKP bug that has been fixed in Android 4.3. Unfortunately Rootbox never reached 4.3 update.
If you downloaded this unofficial Rootbox version somewhere, maybe you can put the link here for (rare) people that are searching it on Google
will surely try to help, as i've been working on this matter myself some weeks ago.
1) download and install BetterBatterystats (BBS)
(download BetterBatteryStats_xdaedition_220.127.116.11.apk from 2nd post)
This application will reveal some important things:
-the phone awake time/screen on time/deep sleep time -> the minutes the phone was sleeping, was being used, was doing something on screen off
-the "operations" that keep your phone awake
-the time the CPU spends in max speed, medium speed, low speed
2) open it for the first time, go in settings -> advanced -> root features and enable it
3) reboot the phone one time, charge the phone fully 100% and then use it normally during a day without connecting it to the charger (or at least 12 hours of standard use).
4) once enough time passed, come back here and upload screenshots from BetterBatteryStats, selecting UNPLUGGED from the second row of the main screen:
-select OTHER from the first row and make a screenshot of the screen (power button + volume down button)
-select CPUSTATES from the first row and make screenshots (3) to get all the states visible
-then select KERNEL WAKELOCK, PARTIAL WAKELOCKS, ALARMS from the same row and make enough screenshots for each section to show the most relevants wakelocks/applications (more than 5 minutes)
here's an example: http://i44.tinypic.com/2isjqkw.png
If you don't know how to use BBS and need some other help play with it a bit/search guides. If you do know then just post the requested screenshots. In both cases, the information we'll see will be extremely important to know what's sucking battery