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By flipnotiq, Senior Member on 21st April 2012, 08:58 PM
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ive seen people saying about deep sleep how do you do it? sorry for a noob question.
 
 
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It's automatic. When you lock the screen it should go into deep sleep. Download cpu spy to check cpu states
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so basically to save you battery . should i use JD?
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so basically to save you battery . should i use JD?

No need to use Jack Daniels to put your phone into deep sleep. (I dunno what you mean by use JD lol)

Most ROMS, including 100% unrooted stock will use deep sleep.
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^^^^^^^ - Bahahaha!

I read the Thread title and started laffing immediately.
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Just smash your phone against a wall to make it go into eternal deep sleep, mate.
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I believe the chap means 'Juice Defender.' Make sure you don't have apps keeping your phone awake, too.
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so basically to save you battery . should i use JD?

Right, deep sleep is a battery saving state when phone is not in use. JD makes a smartphone dumb by disabling the radios. It generally uses more battery than it saves. I don't use, nor recommend JD(Have tried it though, and quickly realized it ruins a smartphone and makes no difference in life). However, some people still seem to think it's some great gift from God, but they are mistaken. A simple script to UV and UC/OC can take care of all your battery saving needs. Or if you can't manage to run a script use system tuner to do these things.

If you are planning on running an ICS rom you cannot not UV or OC until kernel source is released, though. You can UC it
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Turn the power off lol

Nah I usually close all apps and cached ones as well. No oc UV apps either

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Turn the power off lol

Nah I usually close all apps and cached ones as well. No oc UV apps either

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Is there a special way to close those apps??

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Like this:

Settings > Applications > Running Services.

Press Menu, and select Show cached processes (you don't have a choice, really).

Now select whichever processes you want and stop them.

Say, M&S, is it ok to stop ALL of those cached processes?
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Is there a special way to close those apps??

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Put the application monitor widget somewhere on your home screen, open it up, and exit all apps.

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