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Loving the new Android M developer preview. I flashed my Nexus 5 and my battery life has went up dramatically. Before I had some sort of Google play services bug that made it so I had to charge twice a day to this:

 

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camera is unstable if you use it alot on this build though.

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Loving the new Android M developer preview. I flashed my Nexus 5 and my battery life has went up dramatically. Before I had some sort of Google play services bug that made it so I had to charge twice a day to this:

 

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What settings are you using? I did standard install with everything defaulted on (location, google now etc) and I'm having abysmal battery life. The only other apps I downloaded besides the gapp updates were signal check pro, Tapatalk and inbox. This is 56 minutes screen on time.

 

The only way I ever got any decent battery life on 5.x was by disabling location, google location service, google now, OK google from any screen and android device manager while using xposed and greenify to keep all my apps from causing wake locks.

 

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Anyone had a chance to try the "App Ops"/Permission Controls ? If so do you get control of all the permissions listed at instal? Any additional controls?

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Anyone had a chance to try the "App Ops"/Permission Controls ? If so do you get control of all the permissions listed at instal? Any additional controls?

It's a toggle list for each permission. Keep in mind you will break some apps robbing them of permissions they need to function. This is the message you get when turning stuff off.

 

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I have not yet gotten the OTA on my Nexus 5, but I tend to lose patience and just install it the hard way. I really want to know if Android M will bring WiFi calling support to my phone, has anyone who has done the update seen anything like this? I read some stuff saying that Android M is supposed to include this feature, but it is carrier dependent.

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