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So i installed the null ROM last night on my gear after few days of very very tiring troubleshooting and hard work the battery life i now have is 3 hours tops. Now, i know that the Null ROM eats up the battery but is it really this bad or there is something wrong with mine.
any help will be appreciated.
 
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Hello
So i installed the null ROM last night on my gear after few days of very very tiring troubleshooting and hard work the battery life i now have is 3 hours tops. Now, i know that the Null ROM eats up the battery but is it really this bad or there is something wrong with mine.
any help will be appreciated.
Using Null 22.1 I easily get a full days use even with BT tethering on constantly.
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Hello
So i installed the null ROM last night on my gear after few days of very very tiring troubleshooting and hard work the battery life i now have is 3 hours tops. Now, i know that the Null ROM eats up the battery but is it really this bad or there is something wrong with mine.
any help will be appreciated.
there is already a thread on this here

however with about 6 hours of tethering on here is my null_22.1 results

 
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Now, i know that the Null ROM eats up the battery
Not true
You need to check what you have installed as most of the time that is what eats battery. Sometimes it needs a full wipe. You'll find even bigger saving with motion off
Samsung Galaxy S IV (i9505) | 16GB
[ROM: Stock JB 4.3 | XXUEML6 | MODEM GSM/LTE: XXUEML4/XXUBMH1 | BL: PRE-KNOX | K: AUSDIM | RECOVERY: PhilZ]
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I got over 3 days on stock rom.
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Hello everyone
thanks for your replies. it actually got allot better after i recharged it fully once. it lasts me about 2 day now with no Bluetooth internet tethering. So thanks again for your replies and help.
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