Mediaserver Crushing my Battery

Discussion in 'Android Tech Support' started by GuiltySparc, Dec 30, 2009.

  1. GuiltySparc

    GuiltySparc Member

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    I've noticed my battery has been draining much faster than usual, so i brought up the usage stats and the number 1 item is 'mediaserver' at 22% (thats more than my display!). Anyone know what app this might be connected to or how to turn it the **** off? The only new meida app i've DL'd recently was iheartradio...guess that might be it.
     
  2. Vitticeps

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    mediaserver runs anytime you are playing any media on the phone. The power to run the speaker/earphones is where most of that battery drain goes, specially if you like to listen to it loud.
     
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    I've just had the same thing happen today(46%!). I listen to music a lot view videos and what not and this is the first time its happened. I've had great battery life until a few days and its never been an issue before. I need this problem resolved I'm having to plug up my phone two or three times a day
     
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