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Database App "NightMode"

I use "NightMode", it helps to decrease the screen brightness to the max and she almost missed off, it helps a lot since MotoG has AMOLED screen.
 
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I use "NightMode", it helps to decrease the screen brightness to the max and she almost missed off, it helps a lot since MotoG has AMOLED screen.
Dude, wait what? The G doesn't have a AMOLED screen. I believe you meant the X.
 
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try batteryguru okay it takes 5 odd days to fully work but my battery went from roughly 6 to 9 hours

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How do you guys have such bad battery life? Is it 9 hours screen of time? Coz I can get that normally without greenify or anything.

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How do you guys have such bad battery life? Is it 9 hours screen of time? Coz I can get that normally without greenify or anything.

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I'm averaging about 5 hrs OST on 2 days total use.
 
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I get around 2:30 of screen time. Even my Galaxy Nexus got that much. Considering that I bought this phone only for the battery, I am disappointed.

Not sure what is going wrong
 
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Am getting 4.30 hrs screen on time... 12 hrs battery back up... With 2-3 hrs 2g net. 30 min gaming... Is it normal... No battery saver apps... Stock... Unrooted...

Its Moto G 16Gb Stock
 
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Wink A Suggestion!

I would suggest to use Easy Battery Saver with Green Power. I bet they improve lots of battery drain. I'm too using Snapdragon Battery Guru along these two. Take my words they use 3G/WiFi when screen on and stop any syncs in background. Give a shot you will not revert.
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Device: Micromax A110 (Canvas 2) - MediaTek 6577
Kernel: Xtreme Rejoice (3.4.82)
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needless to use a battery saver app.it just ends up consuming more ram.u can easily force stop background apps via greenify on non rooted fones by turning on the accessibility service, saves a lott of clicks that way. also turning off the sync and keeping the brightness at 25-50% will easily push the battery backup to a day. And also single sim versions are getting a little better battery backup than the dual sim versions for obvious reasons, so dont just blindly compare.

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