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There is no need nor is there any benefit to go back to stock only to disable mlt. It's LG only thing and you're on custom rom. You won't benefit from a big part of these tips

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How do I find out about fast dormancy for tmobile

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Some good tips , thanks.

I would also highly recommend LUX autobrightness app as this also saves battery. Stock LG autobrightness is abysmal. LUX sets it to how it should be out of the box.




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Which US Carriers? I don't think Sprint uses CIQ.
 
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How do I find out about fast dormancy for tmobile

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Well, I would try to enable it, reboot, see if your phone drains fast, if it does, your carrier doesn't support it :P
Some people talking about it around on these forums too, but I haven't been able to use their methods, maybe it's cuz I'm in Denmark.

I forgot where, but you can probably find the thread if you search for fast dormancy :P they used some code: *#0011# to check for an rrc status if I remember correctly (doesn't do anything when I try to call that, even in WDCMA only mode). But try either of those two suggestions They said tmobile in Croatia didn't have fast dormancy.
 
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Are people seeing a significant increase in battery life by following these tips? Sort of hesitant to go through with them all if I don't know for definite it's worthwhile.
 
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Are people seeing a significant increase in battery life by following these tips? Sort of hesitant to go through with them all if I don't know for definite it's worthwhile.
Why? These tips are non-destructive and reversible, so if you do manage to mess something up, you can revert it to its default state.
| LG G2 | D802 | stock | 72 hrs on a single charge
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Are people seeing a significant increase in battery life by following these tips? Sort of hesitant to go through with them all if I don't know for definite it's worthwhile.
I posted what worked for me. @robogo1982 is absolutely right:
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Why? These tips are non-destructive and reversible, so if you do manage to mess something up, you can revert it to its default state.
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Are people seeing a significant increase in battery life by following these tips? Sort of hesitant to go through with them all if I don't know for definite it's worthwhile.

Even others spoon feed you, you still need to chew for yourself.
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