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Default How are these battery stats?

I was wondering what people thought of these battery stats. I consider these average for my normal day. I've gotten much better and much worse. Just looking for comparisons. And wondering if anyone had any advice that relates specifically to this phone. Ive done almost everything out there. At least as much as you can do running stock. I have frozen many apps. Disabled almost all non essestial settings. Display is less than 25%. Use app ops. Wake lock detector. Better battery stats. Turned off location on almost everything. The only thing I think hurts me is I have auto sync on many apps, mostly for social media. Mainly I want to know if people who have gone through the ringer trying to squeeze very bit of battery life out of their phones are experiencing similar battery life. I see so many people claiming crazy stats I want to know how they do it.
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This is an average day for me of heavy internet browsing and just using my phone really. I am running stock mk2, although i have removed many apps. But i had 15% battery left after that days use.
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Those battery stats are average for a normal every day user on stock. Custom ROMS and Kernels if you want super battery tweaking.
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So off topic bc I'm a super noob.. I was wondering if you root your phone do you lose the ability to get carrier software updates?

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This is an average day for me of heavy internet browsing and just using my phone really. I am running stock mk2, although i have removed many apps. But i had 15% battery left after that days use.
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OP, your Android OS is waaaaaaay too high. (try settings/connections/location services/ uncheck "use wireless networks) for a major difference.
 
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He didnt start the post. I did. He was responding to my original question. Thanks.

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So off topic bc I'm a super noob.. I was wondering if you root your phone do you lose the ability to get carrier software updates?

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You can use wanam exposed to fake the system status as official instead of custom. But i prefer to use odin instead.

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