DRIPS Question

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  1. GatsbyGlen

    GatsbyGlen Member

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    For those of you using connected standby, does your SP4 ever enter DRIPS? I have yet to see mine do so. If it should be, is there something obvious that would prevent it from entering?

    Overall, my SP4 is great, but I keep obsessing about this battery drain thing ... I should just let it go ...
     
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    I'm sure MS will tune the DRIPS - (Deepest Runtime Idle Platform State) in time... as it's their pattern to tune and tweak post release.

    However, I blocked it from accessing my Dividend ReInvestment Programs (DRIPs). :)
     
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    Thanks for the response, but does your SP4 go into DRIPS or not? Does anybody's SP4 enter DRIPS? I have not seen mine enter it since having it.
     

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