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30th August 2014, 05:23 PM   |  #1  
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i removed blinkfeed from my homescreen but its still draining my battery, cheking my battery usage and its says blinkfeed 7%, is there way to absolutely remove blinkfeed from my phone? using viper one rom
30th August 2014, 06:50 PM   |  #2  
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Hi all
i removed blinkfeed from my homescreen but its still draining my battery, cheking my battery usage and its says blinkfeed 7%, is there way to absolutely remove blinkfeed from my phone? using viper one rom

ViperOne is Sense based and thus has BlinkFeed, what in fact I like about this ROM. So I guess there is no full removal, but you could ask in the ViperOne thread of course.

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31st August 2014, 06:47 AM   |  #3  
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Install a different launcher and freeze HTC blinkfeed with titanium backup. Works for me, using Nova.
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Afaik blibkfeed stays always a bit active because it's embedded into the prism.apk (HTC sense launcher) which is needed to run the stock sense experience. Completely removal means no sense so it will be more a aosp/aokp experience......

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Afaik blibkfeed stays always a bit active because it's embedded into the prism.apk (HTC sense launcher) which is needed to run the stock sense experience. Completely removal means no sense so it will be more a aosp/aokp experience......

Correct me if i am wrong !

That's absolutely correct. BlinkFeed is at least partly embedded in the prism.apk and thus will always stay a bit active.

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31st August 2014, 02:16 PM   |  #6  
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not good, i love viperOne and i dont want to change anything so i think that 7% of battery use ia no big deal then sry for my bad eng
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