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Battery life poor all the sudden?

12th April 2012, 05:33 AM |#11  
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Its almost always causes by some app, running stock is here and battery life has been consistent since day 1. Try starting fresh with no installed apps and slowly install needed apps one by one. Wait a day at least per app installed to see what changes occur with battery life

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29th April 2012, 09:51 PM |#12  
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Same here - and I put a new (OEM/Motorola) battery in three days ago, cleared the battery stats with Clockwork Recovery advanced options, conditioning it by letting it drain until it shut off every time. Right now I'm seeing 79% Display. WTH?
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1st May 2012, 02:48 AM |#13  
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Lightbulb Flash to 904 is the ultimate cure!
I still don't know WTH went crazy a week or so ago, but flashing the leaked 904 update fixed ALL my problems!
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1st May 2012, 02:53 PM |#14  
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+1 on this - it worked wonders for me. ICS has also had some great battery life as well.

Interesting and I had a bunch of problems on ICS and have now switched back to the Verizon's 904 leak rebuilt by Eclipse. If you've used Eclipse previously...the latest build Eclipse Bionic Build 04 - 4/30/12 - h t t p://eclipserom.com/vforum/showthread.php?1612-ROM-Eclipse-Bionic-Build-04-4-30-12 screams performance wise and battery life is now well above 10 hours without needing a charge or booster shot I was so used too providing on ICS Gummy. The Eclipse developer just released his latest update in the last day and it now has even more polish especially for those who don't appreciate Motorola Blur. Give it a shot and check it out! Sorli...
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13th June 2012, 10:24 AM |#15  
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Interesting and I had a bunch of problems on ICS and have now switched back to the Verizon's 904 leak rebuilt by Eclipse. If you've used Eclipse previously...the latest build Eclipse Bionic Build 04 - 4/30/12 - h t t p://eclipserom.com/vforum/showthread.php?1612-ROM-Eclipse-Bionic-Build-04-4-30-12 screams performance wise and battery life is now well above 10 hours without needing a charge or booster shot I was so used too providing on ICS Gummy. The Eclipse developer just released his latest update in the last day and it now has even more polish especially for those who don't appreciate Motorola Blur. Give it a shot and check it out! Sorli...

10 hours of battery life, and you are happy? Is this really how Bionic folks are? I am being serious, as I have no clue.

I have a friend that is getting 5hrs on a battery at most, his Bionic is 6mo old. He is 100% stock. He is on 2.3.4, and I am investigating what I should flash his phone to....
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