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15th April 2015, 11:10 AM |#311  
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zerolemon make a new case for s5, looks better and slimmer. only 7500mah.
would they make a new one for note 3?
 
 
20th April 2015, 01:23 AM |#312  
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What constitutes as draining the battery ?! I know this seems fairly obvious but hear me out.

When I first obtained my ZL case, I drained it from 1% to dead in 2 hours and I was impressed if anything despite the annoyance of waiting for it to die. But after charging, it drains somewhat quickly than I thought.

I remember during the initial discharge cycles, the battery depeleted but I switched it on and then it went going for 30 minutes before dying again. After switching it on yet again, it died 10 seconds in and then I put it on charge. Is that a full discharge or is it when it first switches off ?!

I haven't performed a full discharge since the first 5 cycles and I charge when it reaches 1 or 2 %. What should I do as although it last me 3 or 4 days, its with fairly minimal use and I notice a fairly fast drain for a battery of this size

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I think it just depends on how long you had it. After some time it does wear out but it shouldnt be to drastic as of yet. Mine dies go from 100 to about 91 really quickly bit after that it does take a while to drain out. So i guess that is the normal thing.


I would take a look at some of your settings, screen brightness, etc. Also whatever rom your using check for a good kernel. Use an app like trickster mod and modify some kernel settings and that should help as well.

Greenify also works as well.

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I think it just depends on how long you had it. After some time it does wear out but it shouldnt be to drastic as of yet. Mine dies go from 100 to about 91 really quickly bit after that it does take a while to drain out. So i guess that is the normal thing.


I would take a look at some of your settings, screen brightness, etc. Also whatever rom your using check for a good kernel. Use an app like trickster mod and modify some kernel settings and that should help as well.

Greenify also works as well.

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I get you, I have had my battery for just less than a year now. I have stock ROM & kernel although I'm looking to change both but I would like recommendations. I use greenify and I always keep brightness as low as possible.

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20th April 2015, 08:38 AM |#314  
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I try it, but very bad
21st April 2015, 01:09 AM |#315  
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I get you, I have had my battery for just less than a year now. I have stock ROM & kernel although I'm looking to change both but I would like recommendations. I use greenify and I always keep brightness as low as possible.

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check out Sac's N3-N4 rom and the sleep kernel. Both are great!!
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Hi guys. For those which removed the screen protector that came along with the case, were there issues caused by such removal?
I already have a tempered glass and I plan on removing the screenprotector but one youtube review said it caused issues.

TIA!
7th June 2015, 06:36 AM |#318  
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Hi guys. For those which removed the screen protector that came along with the case, were there issues caused by such removal?
I already have a tempered glass and I plan on removing the screenprotector but one youtube review said it caused issues.

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Greetings. I removed the built-in screen protector and put on a tempered glass one. After 6 months, I've had zero problems. I often forget there's even a protector on it.
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I removed the screen protector as well (replaced with nothing). Looks much better, no problems.
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