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  1. #31
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    64gb sd cards are the problem. Not the micro. Why, I do not know.

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    Mediaserver battery drain problem solved

    Hi, I had the very same problem with Android 4.1.2. tablet. Tried everything found on several forums, and the result was - nothing worked. Mediaserver kept draining my battery.
    Intuitively, I tried two things:
    1. Unmounted SD card where I keep all sorts of media files.
    2. Deleted downloaded PICTURES from "download" folder.

    Result = problem SOLVED.

    Then remounted the SD card - battery life still normal!

    Conclusion: bloody mediaserver keeps scanning the downloaded pictures and drains the battery.

    Simplicity is always the answer!


 
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