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11th July 2012, 05:10 PM   |  #1  
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I got betterbatterystats today and it says that juice defender is killing my battery.. Anyone else experience this??
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Oh the irony.
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Lol.. I'm wondering if that is what is killing it outside of lte

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I got betterbatterystats today and it says that juice defender is killing my battery.. Anyone else experience this??
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I was having the same problem. Mabye disabling LTE and renableing it forcing it to look for signal constantly is part of the problem. All I know for sure is it was causing huge problems with my battery life.
13th July 2012, 05:31 PM   |  #5  
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I think the general consensus is that most battery saver apps don't really help as they are constantly trying to kill and disable stuff while your OS may try to re-enable them. I would get an app like Tasker instead and setup tasks to enable/disable your radio at certain times instead.
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Battery saver apps=battery killer apps

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Battery saver apps=battery killer apps

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This

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I think the general consensus is that most battery saver apps don't really help as they are constantly trying to kill and disable stuff while your OS may try to re-enable them. I would get an app like Tasker instead and setup tasks to enable/disable your radio at certain times instead.

But you can do that with Juice Defender, and really, that's all it does unless you enable app controls.

I've been using JD on my HOX for over a month, and it makes a noticeable difference.

I do have the Ultimate version. I have not used the free version so cannot speak to that one.
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It might be your LTE that's killing your battery and not juice defender.
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It might be your LTE that's killing your battery and not juice defender.

LTE does not kill the battery on this phone. I am connected to and using LTE all day, every day and my battery life is amazing.

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