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please post screengrabs of your battery usage

29th June 2011, 09:55 PM   |  #1  
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please post screengrabs of your battery usage... i'm just really wondering what times you people are getting and what is the main battery drainer on different phone...i know it's probably pointless anyway...but still :)
i will post another one after normal usage during the day...

im running villain rom 1.4...

thanks to all those who'll (<-??) upload a screenie!
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29th June 2011, 11:45 PM   |  #2  
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If you want more battery life check this thread:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1135033

I was just looking through it.

I don't have the Galaxy S 2 but am considering it.
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On your screen shot where on earth is that are that shows the graph for wi fi etc or is that an app you have added?
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On your screen shot where on earth is that are that shows the graph for wi fi etc or is that an app you have added?

i tapped the graph in the battey usage thingy...but no clue, my guess is you have to be on a wifi network.. :P
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If you want more battery life check this thread:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1135033

I was just looking through it.

I don't have the Galaxy S 2 but am considering it.

yeah i saw that thread...i just wanted to see how other people batteries are drained...just to have an idea if my battery usage is more or less normal...
1st July 2011, 03:29 PM   |  #6  
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Mine's getting very good these days. Admittedly, I've hardly touched it today cos I've been very busy, but still..... 11% in nearly 7.5 hours is pretty impressive! That's with full background synching and wifi on all day.

Fully stock (KE2) and rooted. Other than that all I've done is disable fast dormancy, the wifi sharing app and frozen every app with "sams" in the title.
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i tapped the graph in the battey usage thingy...but no clue, my guess is you have to be on a wifi network.. :P

mmm well i did that even though i am on my home wifi and i cannot see all of those things that you have ie signal strength, charging etc.....
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mmm well i did that even though i am on my home wifi and i cannot see all of those things that you have ie signal strength, charging etc.....

Go to settings, about, battery usage and click the graph at the top. See my previous post for the same type of info.

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