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Earlier last month Sony released the latest version of the Android 4.4.2 KitKat update for the Xperia Z series device with build number 10.5.A.0.230 for Xperia Z, Xperiz ZL, Xperia ZR and Tablet Z. The problem soon came when many Xperia users who upgraded to Android 4.4.2 10.5.A.0.230 build reported to have quick battery drain issues as well overheating due to too much load placed onto the CPU.

Personally I have struggled to keep the phone (My Xperia ZR) on throughout the day as the battery drain has been absolutely horrible, by lunch time I am normally left with only 40% battery and the phone tends to heat up in my pocket. Sony has now acknowledged the battery performance issue and notes that they have identified the root cause of the battery issue that is related to latest version of Google Play services 4.4.52.

It was 3am when the alarm went off as I fought the urge to go back to sleep as I had only manage to get a couple of hours of tossing and turning. As pulled myself out of the bed the excitement slowly triggered and a pot of coffee was essential to keeping me awake for the journey.

About 30 minutes later, Raimy my brother arrived to fetch me and we loaded all the gear at the back of his pick-up. We had one stop before we could proceed to Gua Musang which was to fetch my friend Syiaful in Kuala Lumpur. Initially there were supposed to be four climbers, however due to some unforeseen circumstances, it would just be the three of us.

As I walking around the Botanical Gardens in Putrjaya I stumbled upon the¬†The Moroccan Pavilion. It is designed to showcase the rich tradition of arts and architecture of Morocco, and the Moors. By the time I reached the interior of the pavilion, I was told that to enter the inner chambers I had to purchase a ticket, which I was fine with however the problem was you had to walk back to the car park which was about a kilometer away. I told myself that I’ll just come back next time to see the interior of this Moroccan pavilion.

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