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Hey guys I'm just wondering if any ones noticed any battery life improvements and or camera enhancements with this update compered to the 2.3.5 before it ?
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Look on the 2.3.6 thread for your answer, it is there, or you could have search on google before posting
 
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agreed. to answer op, i personally noticed no difference in my everyday real world usage.
 
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I have 3 razrs [one kicked the bucket] and I get maybe an hour more use on 2.3.6 than before.

I am a heavy user of Bluetooth and h+ data and tether my Xoom for internet.

Lasted almost all day yesterday, from 9am to 4pm bt tethered and a half hour call to rogers. Normally would go dead and screaming by 2:30 under those conditions.
 
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Hey guys I'm just wondering if any ones noticed any battery life improvements and or camera enhancements with this update compered to the 2.3.5 before it ?
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I do felt an improvement, I usually leave my phone on 2g only for chatting, and when I need to browse or download something I switch it to 3g, which may mean that in 2g the change is quite big if you ask me, otherwise (by using the 3g mainly in browsing and or gamming) you wont notice that big of a difference.
 
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I do felt an improvement, I usually leave my phone on 2g only for chatting, and when I need to browse or download something I switch it to 3g, which may mean that in 2g the change is quite big if you ask me, otherwise (by using the 3g mainly in browsing and or gamming) you wont notice that big of a difference.
I never mess with 2G I just turn background data off it makes a huge difference on the Razr almost doubles the battery life I just turn it on via data manager every hour or so to get updates I was no longer able to update so I just wanted to know if it was worth it to send it in for repair hopefully I will get my Razr maxx battery kit in the mail at the same time too .

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I never mess with 2G I just turn background data off it makes a huge difference on the Razr almost doubles the battery life I just turn it on via data manager every hour or so to get updates I was no longer able to update so I just wanted to know if it was worth it to send it in for repair hopefully I will get my Razr maxx battery kit in the mail at the same time too .

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I never mess with 2G I just turn background data off it makes a huge difference on the Razr almost doubles the battery life I just turn it on via data manager every hour or so to get updates I was no longer able to update so I just wanted to know if it was worth it to send it in for repair hopefully I will get my Razr maxx battery kit in the mail at the same time too .

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just use Battery 2x u can customisely do thiing what u want...

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