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28th May 2014, 10:47 AM |#2  
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It is a gross generalisation, but almost universally the biggest drain on your battery is the screen, therefore the easiest way to reduce battery drain is to turn the brightness down to the lowest setting that you can reasonably live with.
28th May 2014, 11:03 AM |#3  
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Battery Full maintain ur battery
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it's important to maintain ur battery health make sure u plug device when device is below 20% and fully charge it
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This is what I do to minimize battery consumption:
1. Minimize brightness to 20%
2. Set processor frequency lower with apps: No Frills CPU Control (rooted phone). And change it back if I want to play 3D HD Games.
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Power saving mode helps too. Turn off wifi and gps when not needed as well.
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I suggest use 3rd party apps ( all of these need root acces)
I personally use Rootdim it adjust the brightness your phone uses hardware-level controls to actually control your backlight, saving you energy and making for a higher-quality dim screen.
One Power Guard = protect your battery
wakelock detector
App cache cleaner

All of them can find at google play store for free...
Alternatively, get the perfect combination of rom and kernel to your device...

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I hope i help...
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