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By cryptyk, Senior Member on 21st August 2014, 01:33 AM
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21st August 2014, 10:50 PM |#11  
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Gonna give it a shot too. For reference, this is how my NLP wakelocks looked like on my previous charge. I have Location History on since I use Cerberus, so I suppose I should notice any improvements.

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Your stats are REALLY good, as is. Nice!
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22nd August 2014, 12:17 AM |#12  
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Hi, sorry for the stupid question, but if I'm already using Wakelock Terminator to control the Nlp-wakelocks, would it be redundant to use your module as well, or would there still be a benefit?
22nd August 2014, 12:30 AM |#13  
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Hi, sorry for the stupid question, but if I'm already using Wakelock Terminator to control the Nlp-wakelocks, would it be redundant to use your module as well, or would there still be a benefit?

Using both is redundant. The difference is that this doesn't disable Google Search from getting the wakelocks. It just tempers the alarm that causes them so they don't destroy your battery.
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22nd August 2014, 02:19 AM |#14  
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I've got a VZ Note 3, rooted stock ROM. I travel a lot, so I leave location on basically 24/7. It would be nice to get better battery life without turning every thing off like a lot of these "battery gurus" like to suggest. What's the point of having a smartphone if you turn off every function that makes it smart? LOL

I'll certainly give this a try and report back 👍

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What's the point of having a smartphone if you turn off every function that makes it smart? LOL

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My feelings exactly! I installed this module about 8 hours ago. It works... without a doubt.


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22nd August 2014, 05:43 AM |#16  
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Please tame these 2 wlan wakelocks!
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22nd August 2014, 08:41 AM |#17  
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After about an hour of use, wakelocks have clearly happened, but have not kept the phone awake for 25 minutes like they used to. The phone is also no longer warm to the touch while it tries to sleep. Waiting for moar updates for this wonderful piece of software.
22nd August 2014, 09:56 AM |#18  
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Please tame these 2 wlan wakelocks!
wlan_rx_wake
wlan_wd_wake

I'm fairly sure kernel wakelocks are out of his power, mate. Fixing those things are up to the manufacturer of the phone.
22nd August 2014, 11:58 AM |#19  
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Please tame these 2 wlan wakelocks!
wlan_rx_wake
wlan_wd_wake

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Do you have Always Scanning turned OFF under c WiFi Advanced??? If not.. Try that.

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22nd August 2014, 12:10 PM |#20  
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It's hard to tell with WLD because it doesn't show the source of the alarms that wakeup the device.

You should notice a decrease in NlpWakeCollectorWakelock, but you'd have to run it for some time before and after to see the difference in the count.

BBS shows the alarms that actually wake up the device, and the frequency. WLD just shows the wakelocks, and the count. The problem is that you'd need to run it for the same amount of time to calculate the frequency.

In any case, I'd love even your subjective opinion on your battery life today vs. yesterday.

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Ryan

In my subjective opinion, the battery got better .
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22nd August 2014, 01:40 PM |#21  
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When I go to bed my battery on my LG G3 typically depletes 12-15% by time I wake up. I just woke up and my phone only went down 7%. So far this module is working.

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