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    Default AT&T Galaxy S3 - Battery @ 35% when I went to bed.

    Last night I went to bed with my battery being 35% on my galaxy s3 ATT. When I woke up 5 hours later it was dead. The Andriod OS was the problem keeping it awake, and using 40% of my battery in the battery stats. Has anyone else had this problem??? Any help would be great ! THANKS!
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    Default Re: AT&T Galaxy S3 - Battery @ 35% when I went to bed.

    Get watchdog lite (free app). It will pinpoint the runaway process and alert you so you can kill it. A common one is android media process. It seems to be a bug in the latest updates and is related to micro SD cards. Replacing them seems to help. Just my observations from reading the forum.
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    I've had this same thing popup in Watchdog just recently. Watchdog alerts keep popping up every couple minutes after I watch a video I took. The video is on the SD card. That's interesting that you think it is the SD card. Do you have a link to a post that talks about this?

    I kill the Android Media process from Watchdog but it keeps restarting the process and consuming a high % of cpu (40% or more).

    The only thing to get it to stop is to restart the phone (Verizon Samsung Galaxy S3).
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    Default Re: AT&T Galaxy S3 - Battery @ 35% when I went to bed.

    what seem to work for me this past week was to pull the battery out while the phone was on, leave it out for 5 minutes, put it back in the phone, hook my phone up to samsung kies then do a back up on samsung kies, then restore my phone back to factory settings. hooked my phone back up to samsung kies and my battery now last 12-14 hours with moderate to heavy use. The cool thing is when I reset it to the factory settings it does not go back to a previous operating system. I dont know maybe you guys can give it a shot if your still having issues

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