Originally Posted by Ted Mosby
You only need to worry if you have high Android OS usage. Screen is the biggest energy consumer so 40% isn't that odd. How much screen time do you usually get anyway?
I consider that 3-3.5 hours of screen time on Jelly Bean is OK, especially if the battery is older.
I am using the screen around 4h/day or more around the University (mostly PDF reading and web browsing), so I guess that's it, and the battery is the stock one (purchased in the last summer), and from what I've read the stock one isn't the best one.
I don't know either the kind of usage the previous owner of the phone gave to the battery.
Thank you for your insight.
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Originally Posted by jokkir
The question now is would you want HDR or Photosphere?
And the HDR for this is too difficult to do. You'd need to hold the phone perfectly still for it to work properly
HDR is REALLY hard to get it not to blur since the algorithm is just a "simple average between all pixels" (can't post link yet [Noob with <10posts], see changelog for "[1/2] Camera: add software HDR rendering"). There is no feature point algorithm for fitting the images together yet. Waiting for Reinhard's alg.
Photosphere have to re-install every single nightly.
Right now I'm sticking with the one that comes with the package