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Old January 5th, 2014, 10:23 AM   #563 (permalink)
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This doesn't sound normal to me. So the key is to identify what is using the power.

I suggest installing a battery monitor - GSM Battery Monitor is free and pretty good - so that you can see what's causing the drain. Let it run through a full cycle, then have a look at the statistics and let us know what you find.

Google services have been causing battery problems for a number of people lately (not a phone problem but a Google bug). If you've been caught by this then it's usually the location service that's playing up - turning off location options might help if this is the cause. But let's see what's using the power first.

If we can't trace anything obvious, a factory reset might be worth a go, especially if there's just been an update.
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