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Hey guys

For me the battery life on omnirom was just awesome, but after serveral flashs of other roms it got more worse. I got "only" 3 and 1/2 sot without gaming. and with an other reason i flashed the factory image on my phone and installed omnirom again and my battery is now as good it was at the beginning.

Now i have 27 % left with 3h 22 min sot and 1 and 1/2 h of this gta san andreas was on!!!!
So very nice battery. I think with that 27 maybe 4 h are realistic . So with daily use without gta there is more potential
Give it a try and tell us if its better for you too

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Is there a general question or a troubleshooting question here?

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Neither. He's just posting what fixed his bad battery life.
 
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Wiping the cache/dalvik probably would have had the same effect.
 
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If you say that
I wiped dalvik and cache very often but the factory flash worked better!

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Sub-forum is titled "Q&A, Help & Troubleshooting".

He provided his solution to an issue he troubleshooted in an effort to help other users.
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Sub-forum is titled "Q&A, Help & Troubleshooting".

He provided his solution to an issue he troubleshooted in an effort to help other users.
Another tip someone posted I might try was to disable location completely then reenable but don't agree to anonymous data collection by Google. He claimed to have 40% left after like 22-25 hrs usage on the other battery thread. Just "helping" hehe.
 
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Another tip someone posted I might try was to disable location completely then reenable but don't agree to anonymous data collection by Google. He claimed to have 40% left after like 22-25 hrs usage on the other battery thread. Just "helping" hehe.
lol...I don't know if that alone would trigger that kind of battery save, but I always turn off GLR as a habit.

My reply was to the poster who felt it necessary to call out the fact that the OP didn't technically ask a question.
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