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Hey guys,
Just wondered if anyone uses the Snapdragon Battery Guru app?
I used to with my nexus 4 and 5 and I thought it helped, but not too sure if it's helped much with my G3
Been getting anywhere from 3-4.5 hours SOT.
What are your experiences with battery guru?
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Hey guys,
Just wondered if anyone uses the Snapdragon Battery Guru app?
I used to with my nexus 4 and 5 and I thought it helped, but not too sure if it's helped much with my G3
Been getting anywhere from 3-4.5 hours SOT.
What are your experiences with battery guru?

I tried use Snapdragon battery guru with all my snapdragon device like nexus7, g2 and g3 but i found it useless you can set manually for on/off wifi, bluetooth and some account to sync if you want to. if you use wakelock detector you can see that battery guru have too many wakelock make the phone cannot sleep and drain battery more
 
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I tried use Snapdragon battery guru with all my snapdragon device like nexus7, g2 and g3 but i found it useless you can set manually for on/off wifi, bluetooth and some account to sync if you want to. if you use wakelock detector you can see that battery guru have too many wakelock make the phone cannot sleep and drain battery more
Yeah I noticed it had several wakelocks, that's why I disabled it for now and I'll see how my battery goes.
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Better to go with juice defender and intelli3g if u r rooted.
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