Push Notifications

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  1. JMAN94

    JMAN94 Member

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    yesterday i turned on the push notifications for im+....and my battery was full....but when i woke up this morning my battery went all the way down to 33%....why is my battery draining super fast while having push on?
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    Axis Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Push is a battery muncher, but that does seem a bit drastic...
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    jalexis4192 New Member

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    I left my push on (Hourly) for the Default mail app (Also left push on for Beejive IM [only the Alerts]) on all night and my drain was maybe 10-15%. You might wanna remove most traces of jail breaking and take it to the store to get it checked (Hide all apps, take off all themes, and also un-install Sb settings, just incase they get a bit creative and such).
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    will push notifications work with jailbroken iphones with at&t sim?
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    If it works on my phone, it'll work on yours lol..
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    I just got GPush.

    In Settings > Mail, Contacts and Calendars, I turned Fetch New Data: Off

    I haven't noticed particular battery drain.

    Have you turned Off "Fetch"? Maybe both are just too much.

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