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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by bmw_328ci, Mar 1, 2013.

  1. bmw_328ci

    bmw_328ci Newbie
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    Since the most-recent update to Google Maps, it constantly drains my battery, even if I'm not using anything that should cause Maps to run. Anyone else having this problem? Any suggestions?
     



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  2. hilmar2k

    hilmar2k Android Expert

    Are you backing out of the app, or just hitting the home button?
     
  3. bmw_328ci

    bmw_328ci Newbie
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    The other thing consuming the battery is the Internet browser,everytime I close it it shows it is still running.
     
  4. bmw_328ci

    bmw_328ci Newbie
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    I am backing out and I am using a task manager now to close it.
     
  5. MikeC01

    MikeC01 Newbie

    I think that's from Google Now accessing the maps app. Try turning off Google Now.
     
  6. Ibrick

    Ibrick Android Expert

    In settings go to location and uncheck Verizon location.

    Also in maps, go to settings and location and make sure everything is unchecked so it's not constantly updating your location for Latitude.
     
  7. red arrow

    red arrow Member

    I've also seen this. The funny thing about it is I haven't used google maps in about a month.
     
  8. atakin77

    atakin77 Well-Known Member

    Open the Maps open, the go to Settings --> Location Settings.

    Uncheck all location reporting, history, and latitude location sharing services. Unchecking these eliminated the problem on my end.
     
  9. bluereef

    bluereef Lurker

    I can attest to that, yesterday by noontime I was at 45%. Uninstalled update, at 82% at noontime today.
     
  10. kumkwat

    kumkwat Lurker

    Ever use JuiceDefender? I had some battery issues initially with the DNA and then a friend recommended that and it's done wonders along with the task manager. Might be worth checking out.
     

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