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By warpa, Junior Member on 20th May 2014, 03:15 PM
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On the HTC M7 running Sense 6, how much battery life will you get when using Extreme Power Saving mode? I do not know.
 
 
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On the HTC M7 running Sense 6, how much battery life will you get when using Extreme Power Saving mode? I do not know.

I think the kernel is control the battery life
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I never tested it, only the normal power saver.
However, extreme power saving disables everything and only leaves functions like Phone, SMS and no internet during screen off - it'll last long. HTC claims a few hours even when on 15%.
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from what i tested, battery life in "Extreme Power Saving" mode is worse than normal power saver. i don't understand why, but this shouldn't be like this..
19th June 2014, 04:17 PM |#5  
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from what i tested, battery life in "Extreme Power Saving" mode is worse than normal power saver. i don't understand why, but this shouldn't be like this..

I've had the same experience.
19th June 2014, 10:57 PM |#6  
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I've had the same experience.

contacted HTC Support and they told me to run a "Battery test" and to "wipe cache partition" from stock recovery. The battery test was ok and cleared cache, now waiting for the battery to drop to test it again..
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contacted HTC Support and they told me to run a "Battery test" and to "wipe cache partition" from stock recovery. The battery test was ok and cleared cache, now waiting for the battery to drop to test it again..

How do I run the battery test
20th June 2014, 07:54 PM |#8  
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How do I run the battery test

In the dialer type this: *#*#3424#*#* click "more" and you'll have a "battery test" option, to test it you will need to have the battery fully charged and the phone on airplane mode.

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nothing changed, am trying different custom roms and kernels but extreme power saving mode & power saves are worse than normal....
if someone knows why this is happening, please do tell us!
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