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23rd February 2013, 09:26 PM   |  #81  
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Re: Battery Drain On s3 i19305
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Which rom, modem and kernel are you using? Also are you using any other mods or power saving apps?

Your battery drain seems to be the best I've heard of to date. A good battery drain on the 9305 seems to be 2% per hour on standby, if you can even get that. So your config sounds amazing

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I'm using I9305ZHBMA5 firmware, my local provider modem DVALI5 and stock kernel.
Facebook eats the battery as well. So, I set the Facebook refresh interval to never.

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1. Exact Aroma options selected, including kernel and theme
2. Kernel - if Perseus, have you tweaked the settings? And if yes, share the details
3. Modem (baseband) - NB
4. Installed apps - this is pretty important because often a rogue app or two can drain battery life
5. Removed bloatware such as ChatOn etc.
6. Any frameworks installed such as Xposed or JKay
7. Any tweak apps installed such as Pimp My Rom or Android Tweaker

1. My Aroma settings: Perseus kernel, MotoMoto fully themed, circle battery, centre clock, all Sounds OFF, no extra tweaks
2. latest Perseus, basic, no UV or OC
3. Modem BUALI6, for 3UK have good reception and fast data, DL up to 25Mbps on DC-HSPA
4. Over 100 apps installed, I DON'T use FB or Gmail or any Social apps trying to keep me up to date by using autosync. AutoSync must be switched OFF, this is biggest battery eater next to GNow. I'm using Yahoo mail, it's battery friendly.
5. All gone. It's difficult to say what you can disable because only you know what you're using. Exchange Service and Samsung Push Service are biggest threat to us Screenshots attached
6. NO, basic Pandoriam features
7. NO, same as above

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25th February 2013, 07:26 AM   |  #83  
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Re: Battery Drain On s3 i19305
I disabled Location and Google search, Google Now and some apps in application manager.

Here are some screenshots...
The data or wifi was on all the time.

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25th February 2013, 07:39 PM   |  #84  
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Originally Posted by blisslove

I disabled Location and Google search, Google Now and some apps in application manager.

Here are some screenshots...
The data or wifi was on all the time.

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What is you'r screen usage?
25th February 2013, 09:25 PM   |  #85  
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Re: Battery Drain On s3 i19305
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What is you'r screen usage?

About 3hrs at that time.

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26th February 2013, 12:02 AM   |  #86  
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My battery life showed signs of improvement without me doing anything. I had my battery level at 84% after 8 hrs and screen time of 30 min. After that it started dropping again. I think there is some other software screwing around. I am not sure. I have attached the screenshots.
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26th February 2013, 12:02 AM   |  #87  
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About 3hrs at that time.

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That seems good.
26th February 2013, 12:30 AM   |  #88  
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That seems good.

I removed the Facebook app this morning and seems much better battery life than yesterday.
I would say that the Facebook app is the third battery eater.

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26th February 2013, 08:44 AM   |  #89  
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Re: Battery Drain On s3 i19305
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Originally Posted by varun.k

My battery life showed signs of improvement without me doing anything. I had my battery level at 84% after 8 hrs and screen time of 30 min. After that it started dropping again. I think there is some other software screwing around. I am not sure. I have attached the screenshots.

Try to disable Fast Dromancy using Toggle from PlayStore. Should help as well.

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1. My Aroma settings: Perseus kernel, MotoMoto fully themed, circle battery, centre clock, all Sounds OFF, no extra tweaks
2. latest Perseus, basic, no UV or OC
3. Modem BUALI6, for 3UK have good reception and fast data, DL up to 25Mbps on DC-HSPA
4. Over 100 apps installed, I DON'T use FB or Gmail or any Social apps trying to keep me up to date by using autosync. AutoSync must be switched OFF, this is biggest battery eater next to GNow. I'm using Yahoo mail, it's battery friendly.
5. All gone. It's difficult to say what you can disable because only you know what you're using. Exchange Service and Samsung Push Service are biggest threat to us Screenshots attached
6. NO, basic Pandoriam features
7. NO, same as above

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djembey, is that an app you're using to dissable apps or is the list in the picture just part of the rom your using?

I'm looking for an app or script to quickly disable apps after flashing new roms. At the moment I have to manually go throug a list I have saved and freeze them one by one in Titanium backup which takes ages.
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