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Does just having Bluetooth on and not paired with anything run down your battery faster as opposed to just not having it on at all? I was trying to run down my battery of my 8700 one night and turned on Bluetooth but didn't have it paired with anything. I went to bed with it at 35% and both the device and Bluetooth was on all night. When I woke up, it was STILL at 35%. So that made me curious about it.
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