iOS 4.0 iPod Touch 2G - Battery drain 4.0 GM

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  1. Arths

    Arths New Member

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    Hey guys.
    Since I installed 4.0 GM my battery drains really fast. I don't know what's wrong. It worked fine with 3.1.3. Could it be Yahoo Mail, Location Service, Push, or even Persistant Wifi feature.. ? I don't really now, but it's really annoying. Jailbroken or not, it happened with previous betas too. So. Any help ?
    Thanks in advance -

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    Littl' edit: Well, disabled Location Service, Push Mail (Yahoo!), lets see.
  2. tinyman392

    tinyman392 Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Probably persistant WiFi. Turn the push notifications off and set a fetch schedule. This should fix you right up. WiFi uses lots of power. But i like it persistant.
  3. Arths

    Arths New Member

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    Seems that disabling push fixed the issue

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    Let's see how it goes tonight

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    Mhm, it happens espacially during the night.. trying to disable Push Notifications now.

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  4. Number1bamafan

    Number1bamafan New Member

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    I have been having the same problem, and it's weird because I have a 2G so no multitasking or background. It was fine before I updated to 4.0, and now it drains in 5-6 hours with little use.
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    Turn off Push, Locations Services, Wifi, or anything else you're not using.

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