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Any one else notice a bad battery drain from the facebook messenger app???

 

Nope. Use it all the time, still get 30-48 hours off each charge. 

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Any one else notice a bad battery drain from the facebook messenger app???

Yep, I decided to uninstall it. It was murdering the battery on my Note 3.

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Its only been happening since tuesday i noticed the phone was always hot than found the messenger app to be the problem earlier i lost 22 percent in 2 hours with no use!!

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Its only been happening since tuesday i noticed the phone was always hot than found the messenger app to be the problem earlier i lost 22 percent in 2 hours with no use!!

I may reinstall it after they (hopefully) release an update to fix it. If you look at the most recent reviews in the Play Store you can see that it's a fairly widespread issue.

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I've never had a problem with messenger but I never use it much. And well I have a zerolemon too haha

 

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Any one else notice a bad battery drain from the facebook messenger app???

Also being reported in various places with the Samsung S5 update.

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Well i reinstalled the messenger app and haven't opened it only chat on the facebook app and is ok now

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Lollipop ZV8 TOT available now - http://forum.xda-developers.com/sprint-lg-g3/development/stock-sprint-lg-g3-ls990-zv8-tot-ota-t3030327/

 

I've also linked to some loose partition images (minus system.img) 

 

roms should start flowing this weekend. 

 

 

as for why it takes domestic carriers "so long" to release Lollipop vs intl/korea... the first 4-5 Lollipop updates they had were quite buggy... plus they're all built on 5.0.  The domestic carriers have waited to get rid of the most obvious and annoying bugs that intl/kor users have had to deal with... and bonus.. US carriers see 5.0.1 first. Now I am not saying ZV8 is 100% bug-free and perfect... but there'd be many more complaints if they rushed to push L. 

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Has anyone tried the .tot on this or are you all waiting? 

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Sweet . I installed Lollipop last night.  Working great so far. Only issue I had was losing mobile data after enabling wifi calling. I had to do the keypad re provision code to get it back.   Might be worth doing after you install this image anyway. 

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Has anybody seen the OTA 5.0 update yet? Supposedly it starts today.

 

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Just got the OTA update to 5.0. Playing with it now.

 

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Thought it was 5.0.1?

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Just got the OTA update to 5.0. Playing with it now.

 

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Did you have to do the trick to the Framework services or did it find the update on its own?

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Just got the OTA update to 5.0. Playing with it now.

 

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Did you do any app manipulation or did it just pop up? I cannot get mine to go.

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Thought it was 5.0.1?

It is 5.0.1. Sorry for not being more specific.

 

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Did you have to do the trick to the Framework services or did it find the update on its own?

I checked manually. It started downloading right away.

 

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Did you do any app manipulation or did it just pop up? I cannot get mine to go.

I just checked manually and it started the download. It will be rolled out in waves - I'm not sure if that includes manual checking or not.

 

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