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I don't see how it could do anything about SOT
Other than altering brightness,.the only way to increase SoT is to reduce everything else not screen related

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Other than altering brightness,.the only way to increase SoT is to reduce everything else not screen related
True. Ah, if only one were able to switch out the battery. When I had my Note II, I carried a couple of spares in my pocket and never had to worry about all this rigmarole. It was great.

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Used this on my Xplay, dident do anything as I already used greenify... they work similarly!

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Oh god not this app again. This will actually increase battery drain, very dramatically too. Check the reviews on Play and xda.
 
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The thing is that it needs location services permanently. Of course, you can choose the option which doesn't locate that accurate but I guess it still drains battery significantly.
I rather do all the stuff manually. Turning off WiFi when leaving the house, only using Bluetooth when I'm in my car (audio stream) and so on
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