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Discussion in 'Motorola Droid Bionic' started by SSHGuru, Sep 19, 2011.
Just curious - I always have it running and it always says it's taking over 90%.
I saw this as well. I thought it may have something to do with my battery problems so I uninstalled it. I saw the same issue for aloqua and uninstalled that as well. I think there is a bug with the battery data calculations.
When you uninstalled it did your battery last longer or stay the same?
I've been told that Screebl doesn't play well with the Bionic for some reason. I stopped using it a while back though, even on my previous phones, so I haven't tried it myself.
It seem to work for me, although I did get a warning once. It said it had been running for 45 minutes.
NO. I am still having battery problems.:frown:
Last night it was in the dock and I got a text which woke it, drained the battery and warned me screebl had been running for a long time.
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I've uninstalled it; was taking up way too much resources for me too.
What do you have your screen time set at?
But was it really taking resources or was the buggy battery monitor saying it was? I don't know if I could use a phone without it...
Uninstalled Screebl. Don't really know if it was taking resouces but at least I can see what is now...