Mdnsd Draining My Battery – Ethiopia Android Stack Exchange

This process (mdnsd) drained my battery for a few weeks. I have not been able to find a solution after a lot of research.

I have no drone application, Facebook or Firefox, although the problem has more or less started when I installed the Firefox application. But I uninstalled it, restarted my phone and the problem is still there, which makes me think that Firefox may have nothing to do with it.

Ideas? I have a LG G2, Android 4.4.2

macbook – Is it possible to use an Ethernet connection on a Mac without draining the battery?

I'm using a model Macbook Pro 15 "2018. I want to use a wired internet connection.I have tried using 2 different USB-C hubs to achieve it.Both are USB-C type to Ethernet, as well as some USB-A 3.0 ports (SD card slot connectors on one of them) .They have considerably depleted the battery life of my Mac, for example by having it almost halved, when I only used the Ethernet port.

Today, I also have a USB-C to pure Ethernet adapter (not a hub). This does not seem to drain the battery as much as the hubs, but the same problem persists. I hoped it would be better and I will test it a bit more tomorrow.

The fact is that without the Internet connection via USB-C to Ethernet, the battery life is perfect. It seems as good as advertised, actually, about 10 hours or so. I did not do a real test to see how long it really took before stopping, but it is still noticeably better. Even Wi-Fi seems to use less power than USB-C over Ethernet.

Does anyone know a solution to this? Should USB-C to Ethernet connections on Mac drain the battery? Or could it be a software problem? I have often tried to look for a solution on the internet, but it seems that many people do not even encounter this problem with this type of adapter.

Thank you very much for any help, and best regards.

Nexx 5x's infamous Bootloop: why does heating or draining the battery allow it to boot?

I tinkered with my good old Nexus 5x (how would I like to have an affordable pixel!) And after naively thought that he had recovered spontaneously (it seems to have started because the battery was exhausted ?), I gave up. Then I saw him relive while he was starting on a very hot laptop. I start it now at will by placing it on the cup warmer of my espresso machine!

  1. Why does this happen? Which component should heat in the order
    for the system to work? Before the bootloop, why did it work at
    "normal" operating temperatures? What has changed after the bootloop?

  2. Why would a discharged battery also do the trick?