So I had a pretty decent portion of my battery left on the charge last night so I decided not to plug it in overnight, but when I woke up this morning I discovered that the charge lost 24% on the battery even though I wasn't using it. It dropped all the way from 47% to 23%. I was shocked since I hadn't really experienced that kind of loss over a span of 7 hours of non use.
Now upon looking at what was killing the battery my phone woke up at various times during the night, while the screen was off. I had 4g/LTE off, WiFi off, Bluetooth, GPS, Sync, and everything else, all off. So needless to say, I was a little surprised.
Now a few hours later while I was at work, after a quick charge, you can see the same thing happen under the same conditions. I hadn't even looked at my phone for an hour or so, but battery was dying because it was waking up while not being used. Also if you look at the things that are killing the battery are the display (which was off), and the Android OS
The only long term running app I have is LightFlow. I am not rooted, I'm just running the stock Galaxy Nexus as purchased from the Verizon store so nothing fancy there. Any help or input would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!