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Whats the best Battery saver app, JuiceDefender?

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By mattfox27, Senior Member on 1st February 2012, 08:07 AM
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2nd February 2012, 05:53 PM |#11  
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I'm sure it's just like Titanium free and pro. You download the free app and when you pay for it you are buying a key which unlocks the pro features in the free application.

That's why, normally, you'll be told to download the free one first.
 
 
16th April 2012, 12:16 PM |#12  
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Uses battery saver application actually increase your battery life?

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17th April 2012, 07:43 AM |#13  
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You can turn off 4G in you settings. Go to menu, settings, wireless & networks, mobile networks, network mode, then pick CDMA only.

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Try green power... not bad

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The best battery saver app is between your ears

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Actually the smart actions battery saver does almost the exact same thing as jd ultimate. I've used both and I prefer the smart actions because it turns your data back on alot faster. Atleast it does on my phone.

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Speaking of juicedefender does the AOSP helper install go correctly? I've been waiting for an opportunity ask this but didn't want to make a new thread.

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24th April 2012, 07:55 AM |#18  
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I use battery saver Pro which has CPU control option which automatically controls CPU speeds thus reducing Battery consumption
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JuiceDefender Ultimate has that and it's been working really well. Haven't had any casual performance decrease at a clock speed of 800Mhz.

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24th April 2012, 04:05 PM |#20  
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Thumbs up AOSP Helper
Had Juice Defender Ultimate since my Evo 4G Days. Love it. At minimum, i get x2.5 times battery life vs. normal. With normal to heavy usage.

I did just recently install the Beta and AOSP Helper and it works flawlessly on the Droid Razr (XT912). Running network mode switching and a whole bunch of other features. Just awaiting new results

(PS. I'm running the ICS Leak for the RAZR if that matters)
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