Battery Drain After Nand Backup


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  1. tpatnoe

    tpatnoe Active Member This Topic's Starter

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    Ok first off, I am using Ivans Eris_Official_1.0 with absolutely no issues. I get 10-12 hours of use on a full battery with moderate usage. A couple of weeks back I decided I wanted to play around with some other roms so I created a Nand backup and experimented with a few roms. I then decided to go back to my Eris_Official by flashing my Nand Backup that I had created. The issue I am having is that after flashing my Nand backup, my battery is draining at unimaginable speed. On a full charge, I only get 3-4 hours before it dies. And that is without even using the phone. and it takes almost 8 hours to charge it to full again. I then have to resort to flashing a fresh rom and starting all over. I love knowing that I have a full backup of my system but it is almost useless if it is going to drain the battery that fast.

    Anyone else experience this?
     

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  2. Frisco

    Frisco =Luceat Lux Vestra= VIP Member

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    Did you overclock the most recent ROM?
     
  3. tpatnoe

    tpatnoe Active Member This Topic's Starter

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    My backup was overclocked and stable. I checked after flashing nand backup and the settings were exactly where they were when the backup was made.

    If you are asking if I overclocked the the most recent fresh install, then yes also. I set my SetPCU to the same settings every time I have had to flash a fresh rom. Always been stable.
     
  4. thenestor

    thenestor Well-Known Member

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    My guess is that one of your syncs is stuck. It could be confused because you went back in time, so to speak. Try clearing data for Gmail Storage (Settings>Applications>Manage applications>Gmail Storage>Clear data) and see if that helps. Maybe also clear calendar data, but I can't remember the exact app name for that.
     
  5. Frisco

    Frisco =Luceat Lux Vestra= VIP Member

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    Yep; they can sort of freewheel and not even show the notification that it's going on.

    I had that happen with EE3 early on.

    I just took out all data in Calendar, gmail data and storage and the pop email I was using.
     
  6. scary alien

    scary alien not really so scary Moderator

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    Nestor,

    Would a stuck syncing process be obvious by monitoring via System Panel or some such utility?
     
  7. tpatnoe

    tpatnoe Active Member This Topic's Starter

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    Thanks for all the input everyone. I will try that next time it happens. I have already flashed a fresh install this time.
     
  8. thenestor

    thenestor Well-Known Member

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    I don't know, sorry. The way I always noticed was that the last updated time for the Google calendar sync was always very recent.
     

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