Third eye killing my battery

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  1. Big Ry

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    I flashed Third Eye via the ROM manager and ever since, my phone dies so quickly. I woke up at 11:30, took my phone off the charger, used tapatalk a little, and sent probably 30 TXTs. By 12:30 I was at 70%...WTF?
     
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    That doesn't sound right, you should go into spare parts and check your partial wake usage to see if theres a rouge app killing your battery. mine was caller id faker. It was just destroying my battery for some reason. If that doesnt work, try reflashing third eye cause Ive always used it and my battery lasts forever. Well forever in droid 2 terms.
     
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    USAGE TIME:
    1. Tapatalk 12 11098003 ms
    2. Clock 12 5729643 ms
    3. Handcent 19 2731375 ms

    LAUNCH COUNT:
    1. LauncherPRO 56 2432480 ms
    2. Handscent 19 2731375 ms
    3. Gmail 17 972441 ms
     
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    Sent from my DROID2 using Tapatalk
     
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    It didnt do this on blacked out gingerbread
     
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    What version of fission you running?

    Sent from my DROID2 using Tapatalk
     
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    Yea has to be some rouge app you have cause I've been using third eye off and on from seven am and I'm still at 90

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    doesnt look like a rouge app according to spare parts
     
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    Your coverage is pretty low. bad coverage causes serious battery drain

    From my Droid 2 on Fission 2.5.7 w/ thirdeye
     
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    im sitting in my apartment, where i always sit. i never had a problem stock, stock rooted, or on blacked out GB.

    now that i think about it...i think when i switched to third eye, i also was upgrading from 2.4.3 to 2.5.7
     
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    *228#2'd it...hopefully that helps, but somehow i doubt it
     
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