Originally Posted by synnyster
Upgraded from ARHD 2.1 I believe. I ran the superwipe script prior to flashing 6.3.2.
I'm not saying this is necessarily the case here, but I always recommend that people give a new rom a few days before making a determination on battery life. Maybe you've already done that, but just to make the point...
The biggest reason for this is that we are always doing much more fiddling and messing around with the phone after we flash a new rom -- getting our settings just right, checking out new features and finding old features, syncing data, etc. The touch screen is the pretty much the biggest single consumer of battery power, so keeping the screen lit will kill battery faster than anything.
Another reason is that there are other variables that affect battery consumption, which can vary from day to day. One of those is the strength of your signal. Low signal reception is countered by stepping up radio power, so a poor signal (could be just a "bad day" for your carrier's nearby tower) can drain a battery quickly.
Regardless of the reasons, I think it's always a good idea to wait a few days and get back to your normal pattern of using the device before assessing the battery drain. Maybe you've already done that...
Current Device: HTC Inspire 4G
Rom: aospX (ICS) 1.0.0-BR7
Previous Devices: AT&T Tilt2, HTC Touch Pro (unbranded), Verizon/HTC XV6700 (Apache), Cingular/HTC 8125 (Wizard), Cingular/HTC SMT5600 (Typhoon), and various nameless, faceless analog flip phones... oh yeah, and a Motorola DynaTAC...
My wife has an iPhone...
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