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  1. lloydsw

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    I found this service sits there being a huge battery hog. When I kill it, it just restarts itself. Is there anyway to get rid of it or is it one of those things required by the OS?
     
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    I'm not certain I understand what the problems is. Maybe if you asked/explained a different way. This was posted in the Samsung forum but your profile says Vizio. Which one?
     
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    Oops, haven't had the Vizio for over two years, I'm on my second Samsung.

    Anyway, the tablet has gone from four days w/o charging to less than two. So I started looking at what was eating the battery. Under 'services' on all-in-one toolbox, the 'device storage' is always at the top, with by far the highest percentage. When I kill it, it just restarts.
     
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    You can't kill it if its a system process. If device storage is the biggest battery drain, you might want to look for a file, using a file manager like Astro, for a corrupted image file or similar. The device storage might be in a loop trying to pull thumbnails to view or something.
     
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    It could also be corrupt cache. If you use Gallery a lot, go to settings - app manager and scroll to all. Find Gallery and clear cache and settings then restart your tab.
     

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