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is losing 1% battery per every 2 minutes 20 seconds bad battery on GB?

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27th April 2012, 12:25 AM   |  #1  
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This is,with screen on. This seems really excessive, or am I wrong?
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2 minutes 20 seconds is 2.33 minutes, so 2.33 x 100=233 minutes or a little under 4 hours, which isn't too bad of screen on time, but you can get better depending on your setup.

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Well you should probably one click back to el29 rooted and go from there since you gave us no info on your setup

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Biggest help with screen on time is to turn the brightness down as low as possible...

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ive never actually had anything help my battery life significantly like this free app i found today. try it out, im still amazed that I'm still at 80%. it seems that screen display had always been my issue. check it out though pretty cool.

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.haxor

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Also if your in a few areas with bad 3g or 1x you may wanna torn data off, itll help alot.

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krisION is correct, that can help alot also. ive actually as of lately been turning off my data and or wifi with my screen turning off. still get my calls and text while saving a buttload of battery.

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