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excaliber88 said:
I've never seen cell standby as taking up the most resources, it is always screen that is first.
AOSP determines battery usage by active time. Cell Standby is always first because it is always on, thus, the percentage of active time is highest. Display is usually lower, (in AOSP) because it's not always on. Sense seems to be determining which components are actually using more juice, as opposed to active time. This is why when you are actively on a Wi-Fi connection (with sleep policy set to never), Cell Standby and Wi-Fi indicate the same amount.

Hopefully this clears a few things up. It's not really a bug, it's just that the table is being read incorrectly.
 
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