- 09-25-2013, 11:51 PM #2
Yes, but those were almost certainly partial wakelocks, which doesn't activate the screen. Many apps are performing a lot of tasks in the background, and a lot of them require the phone to wake up partially from sleep. These partial wakelocks usually use up negligible battery, but sometimes they do contribute to significant drain. If you keep Location Reporting on (Google Settings/Location), you might find partial wakelocks reaching the 10000 mark. I have found that keeping Location Reporting on caused about 50% faster battery usage (i.e., on my Razr Maxx, at the end of the day, the battery might have dropped from 100% to 70%, instead of the usual 100% to 80%, based on my moderate usage).
If you see a lot of full wakelocks, something is probably wrong. Full wakelocks should only happen if an app needs to keep the phone from sleeping (like, for example, a long phone call).
- 09-26-2013, 01:47 AM #3
- 76 Posts
B.Diddy said it all, i just want to add: x1200 (or whatever number) is not in that day, it's in the time your battery is monitored. I mean, if you disconnected it from charger two hours ago and didn't reboot the phone since then, x1200 is a number of wakelocks in two hours.
- 09-26-2013, 02:28 AM #4
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- 10-07-2013, 02:34 AM #8
- 6 Posts
I am having extremely bad time with my new S4's battery. I have already exchanged the device once and these wakelocks are making my experience a nightmare. Last night i charged my phone to 100% and overnight my battery drained to 55%. I have downloaded wakelock detector and clock and Calendar storage are major culprits. Calendar had 1600 wakelock triggers in one night. I am so frustrated right now. I can't find any possible way of dealing with this situation.
- 10-07-2013, 03:54 AM #9
- 10-07-2013, 02:03 PM #10
- 6 Posts
40 percent is shown as app usage on gsm battery monitor with kernel taking 11 percent and clock taking 6 percent of the battery. I have disabled calendar beacude calendar is just sucking my battery. I cant beleive how stock apps can lead to such battery drain.
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