So, I've had my phone giving me problems for the last week. Most of it is explained here: http://androidforums.com/android-lo...-battery-drain-due-ghost-dial-prl-update.html Now, my phone had ghost dialed *22899 last Tuesday, and since then, the battery sucked. No one at Verizon or Best Buy new about this ghost dialing. I factory reset my phone. All was fine. I installed JuiceDefender Ultimate, and I was fine. The next day, same thing, I was fine. Two days after the reset, my phone ghost dialed *22899, and I was back to where I was before. Then, I was told to uninstall JuiceDefender Ultimate and see what happens. So, first, I just disabled it. Yesterday morning - it called *22899 again. Then, I actually uninstalled it yesterday. This morning - it called *22899 again, and stopped after 14 seconds, just like most of the other times. So, obviously, it isn't JuiceDefender Ultimate that is the problem. So, in my BetterBatteryStats - it shows this thing, "kworker" listed multiple times, and the red line is very long. So, what is this that is killing my battery? Where did it come from? How can I get rid of it and make sure it doesn't return?