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By raniero1, Senior Member on 18th January 2014, 09:14 PM
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23rd January 2014, 03:17 PM |#11  
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Freeze them rather than delete. You aren't saving hardly any space removing them. Then you always have the option of unfreezing.

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If you don't use it...I'd disable it.

I'm sure the Moto g isn't much different ...but on my x I tried battery saver vs no battery saver. The difference was barely noticeable ...if any. Without it I get as good of battery life as any I've seen with an x.

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You have tried qualcomm battery saver? If yes, how is it?
 
 
23rd January 2014, 04:04 PM |#12  
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You have tried qualcomm battery saver? If yes, how is it?

I typically get 28 hours with 5 and half or more screen time....with battery saver it wasn't much different. Of course my usage may have been different ...but either way I saw no real improvement. Now I have every single Motorola app frozen, except active notification and touch less control...so battery saver isn't an option.

This is on a Moto x of course ...maybe its better on a Moto g....tho from what I've seen battery life is amazing anyway on the g.

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All the Moto Assist Battery Saver setting does is disable background data across the board when battery hits 15% or less. It does allow for a good hour or two of screen time sub 15% if you can't charge. Don't think it has any effect at above 15%.

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All the Moto Assist Battery Saver setting does is disable background data across the board when battery hits 15% or less. It does allow for a good hour or two of screen time sub 15% if you can't charge. Don't think it has any effect at above 15%.

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My guess is it would help light users the most. Standby time would benefit.

But like juice defender...not much use for moderate to heavy users.

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