The last days, i encounter the issue of my phone draining its battery fast (about 10-15%/h when idle).
I'm trying to see what's happening, there are no unusual or suspicious alarms or wake locks.
system_server has took a large slate of the phones cpu processing time (according to BetterBatteryStats), it isn't entering deep sleep.
According to logcat that doesn't wonder me - every 50ms a lot of [E] error log lines are logged.
*tr=value1: value2, *tr=value1: value2, ... *tr=value1: value2, *mIn.mData=value1: value2 ... *mIn.mData=value1: value2,
i suspect value1 to be pointer adresses, and value2 to be values - value2 does match between most of the logged lines, and also between tr and mData (so tr.value2 == mIn.mData.value2 )
i know that IpcThreadState is related to the android binder ipc mechanism, but i don't really find something logging out lines like that in the repositories i've found.
Ah: Could be related: my phone is a SM-G850F Build KTU84P.G850FXXU2BNK3 Stock Firmware, rooted.
And the Question I've got is: how can i find out what is causing this extensive spam (i guess the binder is going circles due to some misbehaving application?), without doing a factory reset and reinstalling applications one by one...