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Wakelock vs. CPU for battery drain [PICS] before and after
Can I simply review the apps with highest CPU to identify what's waking up the phone, or are they 2 different things?
I'm getting worse battery since kitkat on my Galaxy Note 3 (still better than my S3), but no where near as awesome as it was before the upgrade.
I was draining at 2.5% or 3% per hour over-night. This got it to 1.25% / hour which is better, but I've severely reduced the functionality of the phone. The wipe-cache I just did so I won't know till tomorrow if that helped.
I've read through the forum, and did a bunch of stuff including:
- turning off nearly 30 apps which came with my phone (including google plus and hangouts, ,)
- uninstalled skype and instragram
- stopped the wifi searching / advanced wifi
- turned off gps, wifi, bluetooth
- turned off location services (settings | connections | locations) (stops life360 from getting location of other family members - not good)
- changed exchange to poll every 15 minutes instead of push
- disabled lookout
- made sure all apps were up to date
- confirmed security level = normal
- turned power saving mode on in settings| general [won't know till tomorrow]
- wiped cache [ won't know till tomorrow]
- turned back on location but changed mode: settings | location | mode= power saving instead of high accuracy, enabling life 360 to work [won't know till tomorrow]
- disabled google drive, google play services, google maps [won't know till tomorrow]