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Now, it's 1 hour and 37 minutes. But when I got home I had maybe 15 minutes of screen on time, with around 45% battery remaining and massive wake locks from google search.

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I had a Sprint product development employee reach out to me this morning after reading this thread. His message says:   Robert via Samsung Note 8.0 using Tapatalk Pro

I am now the proud owner of a Nexus 5!       Sent from Josh's iPhone 5 using Tapatalk 2

Mine just arrived!!!  

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Now, it's 1 hour and 37 minutes. But when I got home I had maybe 15 minutes of screen on time, with around 45% battery remaining and massive wake locks from google search.

Strange. Everything looks normal. Try clearing cache for google search
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Clearing the cache and rebooting didn't work. Going to try the .nomedia file in sd card next, this has been driving me nuts. I charged the phone fully, and in 90 minutes on battery with five minutes screen on time it's down to 85% already.

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Clearing the cache and rebooting didn't work. Going to try the .nomedia file in sd card next, this has been driving me nuts. I charged the phone fully, and in 90 minutes on battery with five minutes screen on time it's down to 85% already.

.nomedia won't do anything.  That's for media scanner, which you don't have an issue with.  What is your signal like during that time?

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.nomedia won't do anything.  That's for media scanner, which you don't have an issue with.  What is your signal like during that time?

Around -45 dbm. The phone was sitting only a few feet from my router and airave. If that's not the problem, what is causing my audioin wake locks in google search? In that short time I already had 49 with 15 minutes keep awake time.

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Around -45 dbm. The phone was sitting only a few feet from my router and airave. If that's not the problem, what is causing my audioin wake locks in google search? In that short time I already had 49 with 15 minutes keep awake time.

Do you have "ok google" everywhere enabled? If so, try disabling it.
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Do you have "ok google" everywhere enabled? If so, try disabling it.

Disabling OK google everywhere helped a bit, the audioin wake locks seem to have stopped. Google search still had 2700 wake locks today. 15 hours on battery with 25 minutes screen on time and I'm down to 35% battery. I think I'm just going to wipe data and re flash the factory image, I don't know what else to try at this point.

 

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Disabling OK google everywhere helped a bit, the audioin wake locks seem to have stopped. Google search still had 2700 wake locks today. 15 hours on battery with 25 minutes screen on time and I'm down to 35% battery. I think I'm just going to wipe data and re flash the factory image, I don't know what else to try at this point.

 

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That's really strange. Definitely try the factory image.
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I tried the new image but Hangouts MMS is still in the toilet. Back on 4.4.4.

 

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hangouts & Google play services update in next few days...

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hangouts & Google play services update in next few days...

Says the guy who said the 4.4.3 update wasn't coming....

 

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"MMS" will work if you use hangouts messaging rather than SMS. I think I figured out what was causing all the wake locks. I flashed Android L and was still having the problem. I disabled Google now and it went away.

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"MMS" will work if you use hangouts messaging rather than SMS. I think I figured out what was causing all the wake locks. I flashed Android L and was still having the problem. I disabled Google now and it went away.

That's not MMS. Sending pictures over a Hangouts message wouldn't be an issue if everyone used it.

 

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That's not MMS. Sending pictures over a Hangouts message wouldn't be an issue if everyone used it.

 

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That's why I had it in quotes. You can also manually change APN settings and make it work, I just tested it between my nexus and g2. For whatever reason it needs to be off WiFi though.
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That's why I had it in quotes. You can also manually change APN settings and make it work, I just tested it between my nexus and g2. For whatever reason it needs to be off WiFi though.

Well that's promising at least. I assumed the APN settings within Hangouts and not the engineering screen? Or did you have to do both?

 

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Well that's promising at least. I assumed the APN settings within Hangouts and not the engineering screen? Or did you have to do both?

 

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I changed it in hangouts and it didn't seem to do anything. After changing it in phone settings it worked. I've had my T-Mobile Sim in the phone while I was testing out L, the same APN menu doesn't appear under mobile networks with Sprint. I'm not sure how to make it work with Sprint.
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I changed it in hangouts and it didn't seem to do anything. After changing it in phone settings it worked. I've had my T-Mobile Sim in the phone while I was testing out L, the same APN menu doesn't appear under mobile networks with Sprint. I'm not sure how to make it work with Sprint.

You don't need to change the APN for Sprint. MMS APN is handled by the messaging application. I have read many reports that turning WiFi off allows MMS to go through.
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I was able to get MMS to send on Sprint, but not receive using hangouts by turning off merged conversations. Using a third party app (I tried chomp sms) I was able to get both send/receive to work with WiFi off.

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I was able to get MMS to send on Sprint, but not receive using hangouts by turning off merged conversations. Using a third party app (I tried chomp sms) I was able to get both send/receive to work with WiFi off.

Running L right now,chomp is working with MMS just fine...?
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