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Nope. Leaving wifi on = best way to save battery (since it uses far less power to transfer data than the cell connection). The exception is if you have a misbehaving home network that spams your phone and wakes it up all the time.
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Why not just use JuiceDefender?
Based on my experience juice defender cause more battery than it save.
 
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Why not just use JuiceDefender?
Because it was only useful in previous versions of android. As stated, it's fairly useless now and uses more battery than it could save.

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Someone posted in the I747 thread that with the latest nightly they got HDMI out working. Anybody had success with our phone? I gave it a go, but no luck. What am I missing?
 
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Someone posted in the I747 thread that with the latest nightly they got HDMI out working. Anybody had success with our phone? I gave it a go, but no luck. What am I missing?
It's not the same thing. The I747 has a Qualcomm chip, which is much better documented. Which is why they are getting M and Stable builds as well.

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