So I'm having this super strange issue, here it goes. I leave my Nexus in my car when I go to work and use my Bionic as a work phone. Nexus was fully charged except that I was using the audible app for about a half hour listening to a book on my way to work with the phone connected to the charger. Disconnected phone from everything and left it in the car. Get back 9 hours later, battery seems to be dead, plug in car charger. Then it wouldn't start until I charged it for about 5 minutes, finally starts shows 0% battery and then dies after being on for about a minute (car charger connected the entire time). So then I leave it connected for 5 minutes without trying to turn it on. Turn it on and it shows I have 40% battery left. So I start driving home, the only app I'm using is Audible, gtalk, and sms. With the car charger connected it's losing about 1% every two minutes. I look at my battery stats and the Android OS is using 75%?! I'm attaching the screen shots, you can see where it dies completely and then comes back to life. FYI I'm using an extended battery and phone is stock. The most recent app I've installed was lightflow, but I disabled (from inside the app) and it was still draining the battery like crazy so I feel like that's not the problem. I really don't want to have to return the phone and hope it's not a hardware issue. What could cause the android os to go nuts like that?