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hello everybody! lest talk about battery

6th June 2014, 07:19 PM |#1  
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well,, its been a long time time i dont walk trough xda but first i wanna say HELLO to everybody here and i wanted to say that i love this phone, I SIMPLY LOVE IT, fast and smooth, the way everybody wants a phone BUT i have been experimenting problems with the battery...

i used to have my phone unpluged from a full charge at 7 AM and discharged to 20 % at 8 PM, now since i rooted my device, battery is suffering i high drain since it cant survive even 6 hours of good use

any way, in case you can give me a hand im going to give you some informaction to help you help me:

MODEL: D800 atyt
SOFTWARE: 4.4.2 20c
KERNEL: 3.4.0

ROOTED with TWR, almost all bloatware deleted, xposed installed and running with G2 xposed module, battery doctor and clean master running.

*its shows that screen is using most of the battery but its imposible since im using low brightness and 30 secs to turnd off screen

SO THEN, WHAT SHOULD I DO? FULL WIPE FROM RECOVERY. and then apps restore with root apps? DELETE SOMETHING? APP INSTALATION?

anyway, i wanna know, what about you? tips? help for battery life? AANY KIND OF HELP WILL BE THANKS FULL
 
 
6th June 2014, 08:45 PM |#2  
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I'll do a clean installation using this ROM http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2483043 it's basically stock but he removed all bloatware. With android phones, it is suggested to do a clean wipe every 6 months or 1 year.
7th June 2014, 06:49 AM |#3  
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Originally Posted by leroy_coco

well,, its been a long time time i dont walk trough xda but first i wanna say HELLO to everybody here and i wanted to say that i love this phone, I SIMPLY LOVE IT, fast and smooth, the way everybody wants a phone BUT i have been experimenting problems with the battery...

i used to have my phone unpluged from a full charge at 7 AM and discharged to 20 % at 8 PM, now since i rooted my device, battery is suffering i high drain since it cant survive even 6 hours of good use

any way, in case you can give me a hand im going to give you some informaction to help you help me:

MODEL: D800 atyt
SOFTWARE: 4.4.2 20c
KERNEL: 3.4.0

ROOTED with TWR, almost all bloatware deleted, xposed installed and running with G2 xposed module, battery doctor and clean master running.

*its shows that screen is using most of the battery but its imposible since im using low brightness and 30 secs to turnd off screen

SO THEN, WHAT SHOULD I DO? FULL WIPE FROM RECOVERY. and then apps restore with root apps? DELETE SOMETHING? APP INSTALATION?

anyway, i wanna know, what about you? tips? help for battery life? AANY KIND OF HELP WILL BE THANKS FULL

Very similar here, except I don't have battery doctor or clean master. My battery life sucks. I have disabled CIQ and Google Now. I installed WakeLock Detector and I am charging to 100% tonight, unplugging it, and will check in the morning to see whats going on.
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7th June 2014, 03:42 PM |#4  
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I'll do a clean installation using this ROM http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2483043 it's basically stock but he removed all bloatware. With android phones, it is suggested to do a clean wipe every 6 months or 1 year.

Is there a difference between clean wipe and full wipe??
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So I did the following:
  • Stopped cIQ with "Disable Service".
  • Disabled Google Now
  • Stop location services
  • Set brightness to 60% Auto
  • Charged to 100%, reset (with the charger on), then removed the charger.

Now, I am sitting at 17.5 hours on battery with 4 hours expected time left, and 2 hours screen time. Definite improvement.
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not sure about the clean and full wipe but I wouldn't do a factory reset on the phone because your system files might be broken already. Just download the ROM zip file from the internet and go to Recovery to do it.
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