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    I think the notifications lighting up my screen drain my battery overnight.

    Some nights I go to bed and no issues others I go to bed and the battery drains completely. I think this is because the screen lights up every time I get a notification. Is there a way to turn this off?
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    I don't see that draining the battery, I've forgotten to plug mine in and gotten 10+ emails and barely gone down in battery. Are yo overclocked?
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    Turn wifi off?
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    Quote Originally Posted by geeksquadkid View Post
    I don't see that draining the battery, I've forgotten to plug mine in and gotten 10+ emails and barely gone down in battery. Are yo overclocked?
    On uberkernel, and it's hit or miss the only reason I attribute it to the notifications is I woke up to go wee and my screen was on. I have a 10 min screen timeout as well because I hated it locking up on me in church when I was using BiblezHD.

    I found the setting its under screen settings and has a "Show notifications when locked" option I turned this off and will leave it off the charger for a few nights and see if that fixed it and report back to the forum.
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    at night is when I usually charge mine. The battery pretty much lasts me all day.
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    It sucks when I fall asleep watching a movie, cuz then the screen stays on all night and dies as soon as I wake up...lol

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