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[APP] [2.2+] Deep Sleep Battery Saver (Ver 4.0.838)

18th December 2012, 07:02 PM |#131  
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We are looking for native who can help us to translate the app from English to her/his language.
Here is our translation portal: http://www.getlocalization.com/DeepSleepBatterySaver/

I started to translate the app to Norwegian. Will try to finish it this week.

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18th December 2012, 08:14 PM |#132  
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Just started this little ad campaign for you bro, hope it works out http://www.reddit.com/r/Android/comm...pp_solved_the/

great work on the app!
18th December 2012, 08:26 PM |#133  
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What about a feature to switch to 2g mode. Saves battery and you'll still get notification if you like to..
18th December 2012, 08:32 PM |#134  
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What about a feature to switch to 2g mode. Saves battery and you'll still get notification if you like to..

You know that can be achieved incredibly easy with tasker, right?
18th December 2012, 08:34 PM |#135  
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You know that can be achieved incredibly easy with tasker, right?

But why using different apps. This one is better than tasker.
18th December 2012, 09:48 PM |#136  
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I have it set to slumererr, will I still get texts ?
18th December 2012, 09:51 PM |#137  
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I'm impressed... great concept.

I've uninstalled JD to see how this works for me. My first impressions - apart from the vastly improved deep sleep time of course - is ease of use (JD is diabolically complicated, at least for me...).

One thing I do like from JD though, is the ability to program the sync frequency of "syncable" apps - there are about 6 options, including 1hr, 3hrs, 6hrs, 24hrs.

I found this very useful since I would let Whatsapp (contacts not messages) and Google contacts sync every 24 hours, Google calendar every 3 hours, weather every 3 hours etc.

I use Kaiten email push to receive my emails: being push, they arrive every time the data connection is restored. So that option described above really cuts down - I think - on phone activity, compared with linking the sync to the wakeup period, or letting them sync as they want to.

Could that be done in Deep Sleep Battery Saver?
18th December 2012, 09:51 PM |#138  
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Dear leducbao, first thank you very much for your wonderfull app.
One question.
it is possible to ad a feature the automatically disable the app, plugging the microusb cable (i.e. using my cell with tethering, when screen go off, the connection fall down)
Thank you again
Regards
Edit: the widget of the 1.2 release crash . It needs to open the app to enable disable the app
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18th December 2012, 10:22 PM |#139  
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In the description, when it says, "Background apps are stopped", is this any different than what stock deep sleep does or is it doing exactly the same thing?
19th December 2012, 02:11 AM |#140  
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You can do that with a custom profile

i can't find an option that allows me to set it not to enter deep sleep even after i turned the screen off during day time. Is there any other way to do that?
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