I am rooted and unlocked with the most recent JB, and have no issues, smooth as butter.
Well after a day and a half from my 2nd FDR I am noticing absolutely no change in battery life. Still sucks, and my phone seems to be glitchier. So I think what I'm going to do is try one more FDR, and this time let Google restore all my apps instead of TiBu. If that makes the difference, then I'm going to restore pretty much only games or apps I know couldn't be the cause, like ColorNote.
Android System is still the number 1 battery drainer. What's bothering me most is that's what the problem was when I had horrible battery drain on ICS. That was a WiFi issue that seemed to have resolved itself, but the same steps I took there haven't helped at all here. UGH!!!!
Maps is my top battery drain and I can't even "force close" it because it never actually runs. I turned off all location services except for e911 (duh) so it makes no sense. Otherwise the phone is flawless. The battery life is slightly better with every location service off (used to leave Google on) but idk not that much. I'm thinking it will work itself out in time.
Second FDR did not fix my battery drain. It actually wasn't too bad yesterday and I used it a lot, but today it was TERRIBLE and I barely touched it. Right now it's at like 8 1/2 hours off the charger and I'm at 50% with less than an hour of screen time. This is ridiculous. It has to be either GPS or WiFi though.
The top battery drainers seem to vary. It's either Android System, Google Services, Kernel, or System *wakelock.* I think it's the system wakelock that's causing the issues. I don't know what that is or how it works, but whenever it's there is when it seems to be worse. Any suggestions?
Battery is terrible with JB update. Received it via OTA on my RAZR HD (XT925). After installing it, my phone was terribly laggy and battery was draining quickly so I did a factory reset.
Performance seems to be better, but the battery don't, specially with HSDPA+ on.
Phone was heat during the whole day.
Last edited by vctrrl; 03-22-2013 at 06:59 PM.