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Originally Posted by XzxBATTxzX View Post
I would but I use Google play all access unless you have a good free music downloader to suggest.
+1 for beats. I used MOG for a long while before beats bought them out. Combine that with folder mount and I can store all my music to my sd card. To bad I couldn't transfer my music from mog to beats and have not had time to re download but I had about 50 gig of music before the switch over.
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Originally Posted by XzxBATTxzX View Post
So I see some people on here getting 9+ hours of screen on time on here. That is AMAZING. I know basically everything has to do the user. But I have attached some screenshots with about 30% battery left. I was wondering if anybody could help me out. Or any out of the ordinary tips.
when I used xposed one of the items must have caused it as after I took them off the battery works fine (two days if I am carefully) charging once at night gives full day (plus) on battery.

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Originally Posted by Gladyscoleman View Post
used you cell phone always battery saving mood.
Always keep lock your cell when you busy
Uhm... What?!?

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