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Battery Full get amazing battery life :)

friends after a lot of experiments i got the solution to get max battery life EASY

follow the steps :
1)go to apps in settings

2)swipe right to all tab

3)now DISABLE the following apps: assist,device management(if not set as admin),google+, M boot service,M checkin,M contextual services,M ota,M services

4)tada u can see difference then

these apps were main battery hogs dont worry nothing willbe wrong i have tested it for month and then posted it
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i will try bro
 
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You should not disable Motorola OTA and Motorola Services because after that you dont geht OTA Updates.

I disabled all of the other Apps and i think its Working
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friends after a lot of experiments i got the solution to get max battery life EASY

follow the steps :
1)go to apps in settings

2)swipe right to all tab

3)now DISABLE the following apps: assist,device management(if not set as admin),google+, M boot service,M checkin,M contextual services,M ota,M services

4)tada u can see difference then

these apps were main battery hogs dont worry nothing willbe wrong i have tested it for month and then posted it
What version of android are you running? When I was on stock 4.4.2 I had great battery life. Now that I'm on stock 4.4.3 my battery is crap. I hardly use my moto g anymore because of this.

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You should not disable Motorola OTA and Motorola Services because after that you dont geht OTA Updates.

I disabled all of the other Apps and i think its Working
no u can i have disabled it still got 4.4.4 update xt1033
 
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thanks for the help. will see how it works. though some apps required me to use titanium backup the disable those apps
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no u can i have disabled it still got 4.4.4 update xt1033


Yes but if you want to make the Update you need them
 
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I noticed that you cannot enable Battery Saver mode when Moto Assist is disabled/frozen.

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I noticed that you cannot enable Battery Saver mode when Moto Assist is disabled/frozen.

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Does Battery Saver mode just disables data connection?
If so we can switch data off manually.
 
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i"ll try,, sience update to 4.4.4 i feel battery drain then before

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