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Qcell 3850mah battery tests!

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16th April 2012, 07:36 PM   |  #11  
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Ok I used to be an avid juice defender user, however it defends juice by shutting off networks and making smart phone dumb phone.
I stopped when the app juice defender was unable to restore my network connections this happened several times unfortunately, so I had to stop using my paid version.

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I use juice defender... whats the diffrence between that and the juice offender? I only have the FREE juice defender. Are you saying its no good? if so what else saves ur battery?
16th April 2012, 09:38 PM   |  #12  
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I use juice defender... whats the diffrence between that and the juice offender? I only have the FREE juice defender. Are you saying its no good? if so what else saves ur battery?

Juice Defender = Saves battery by controlling radio and brightness amongst other functions of the phone

Juice Offender = Kills the battery intentionally by maxing everything out on the phone for performance/endurance tests.
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Using Qcell battery and stock battery at same time
I am using Qcell battery and stock battery at the same time. I don't see the difference at all. Should I use only qcell battery?
21st April 2012, 12:33 AM   |  #14  
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I am using Qcell battery and stock battery at the same time. I don't see the difference at all. Should I use only qcell battery?

Use the qcell for a week only and break it in, you need to calibrate it. But I have noticed a much improvement in battery life, both in screen on and standby time. 15 hours the second day with 4-5 hours screen on. I could not even get 2 hours screen on, on stock battery.

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