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    Default The battery drainage culprit

    Appears to be DRM Protected Storage. If you're rooted, freeze it and see if the battery improves.

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    Default Re: The battery drainage culprit

    And if you aren't rooted?
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    Default Re: The battery drainage culprit

    Then root. Havent installed yet, keep stalling..
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    Default Re: The battery drainage culprit

    If you aren't rooted, there's not much you can do. No reason not to root unless you want to watch Google Play Movies.
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    Default Re: The battery drainage culprit

    Quote Originally Posted by silverfang77 View Post
    If you aren't rooted, there's not much you can do. No reason not to root unless you want to watch Google Play Movies.
    Or if yoreplu have to use Good Mobile Messaging for work emails. I'm getting a D4 tomorrow, replacement for a failing TB. Is there really no workaround for this issue?

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