This is getting ridiculous... tempted to flash factory image and see if that helps. I've changed nothing but moving from my office to home.
Go to all apps under manage applications and force stop the following: calendar storage (unless you use the calendar, I don't), market, maps, and search applications provider. Those usually wakelock for no real reason. If you feel daring, freeze search applications provider. It breaks Google search to a degree but it should make a difference in battery life.
Go dance with the angels.
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Had full charge before I went to bed and left it unplugged with all apps closed. Even did a restart before going to bed. Huge drop in battery life for this many hours completely idle. I had received a text, email, and words with friends notification. Android os use is killing this thing. Also running a live wallpaper, phase beam, but since the screen is off it shouldn't matter right?
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Last edited by dezymond; 12-17-2011 at 11:40 AM.
I flashed the 4.0.2 factory image last night to start from scratch... getting much better results today. Still not great, but a definite improvement... Android OS still using too much, but it's a step... this is mostly on wifi, with a couple hours on 4G - and a LOT of usage since I got up this morning.
Dezy mine was like that yesterday too - uber-high...
Also someone in that XDA thread posted using a different battery seemed to make a big difference in Android OS' "keep awake" usage... weird.
After 6 hours on my screen's at 57% and Android OS is only 16% with the battery at 38%, was full on browsing/video watching/4G LTE entire time ect...
Somethings up on your end for sure with that high Android OS %.
My battery after second charge. You can see its been used.
Your os is killing your battery. Factory reset it. My tb used to do that when rooted. Hated that.
Btw when they introducing this phone they were talking about some setting that shows what app may be miss behaving I don't know where to find it though. Been looking myself.