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Cool [Q] Best rom for battery life E4GT

Hi im looking for the best rom with the best battery life. i had one a while back i was on battery for 15 hours and still had half a battery left i took a screen shot and i was actually using my phone too! open to any suggestions just wanna see how long i can get this baby to last
 
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The stock el29 rom.
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Calks el29 not stock :eek:

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what are you two getting as far as battery life
 
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Blazer 4.0 or 4.1 rom. EL29 or FC24 Modem is Bo$$ for battery life.

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FYI.. everyone has a different experience with modems.. one person may be best with el29 another may be best with FDwhatever, and as far as roms go your probably going to hear alot of blazer, and calks.. battery life also depends on stuff in your phone.. like apps and settings.. 3g, wakelocks, background data, wifi.. all that kinda **** will vary your battery life..

you probably already know this, but just pointing it out.. trying to help out around here. =)

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what are you two getting as far as battery life
Two days on charge, almost 3 or 4 hours of on screen time.
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I've gotten the best battery life absolutely hands down on codename YMMV
 
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I just went to calks e4gt 3.0 first time ive been on gingerbread since i got the phone bc as soon as i got it i went to ics lol. very smooth. calk always does amazing work. ill let you guys know how i end up and yea i usually dont mess with profiles seeing as how it already has a battery saver script but i usually roll with 3g off all day unless i wanna surf the internet a little bit then ill turn it on check fb..etc then turn it off drastic increase from having it on all day
 
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I'm using blended ROM from from http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...php?p=20166744 so far I've had excellent battery life.

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