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By onlytanmoy, Senior Member on 8th April 2014, 06:26 AM
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Guys, please suggest me good battery saver app for my Moto G. I am fine with the 'paid' versions too. Thanks.
 
 
8th April 2014, 07:12 AM |#2  
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Moto g already have good battery backup far more than other smart phone... But if you still required then just switch off the data when not required.. Phone is awesome

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i'm using snapdragon batteryguru. during the day (at work), i switch on data, by night i use wifi connection. as u can see, it can last the whole day.
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8th April 2014, 09:16 AM |#4  
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Originally Posted by onlytanmoy

Guys, please suggest me good battery saver app for my Moto G. I am fine with the 'paid' versions too. Thanks.

It is the application I love most because, It automatically sets the parameters to save battery and hence saves hazzel of configuring the setting!

And i also keep tabs on the battery performance by BetterBatteryStats

Other apps that i'd recommend if you do not mind, configuring the app yourself is

DU Battery Saver(Simple & highly customisable)

or

JuiceDefender (Aggressive & Highly customisable)


Still I'd say go for Snapdragon Battery Guru, it saves a lot of time by learning things on its own. After about 15 days Battery Guru will reach its peak of saving battery!
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8th April 2014, 10:19 AM |#5  
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@deej_roamer>> thanks a lot for the detailed explanation and recommending diff. apps...i am going to try the Snapdragon BatteryGuru as also suggested by another fellow member here.
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I use Greenify along with Snapdragon BatteryGuru. My phone lasts almost one full day.
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I'm finding this saves me a lot. https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...site.ggovernor
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i think the paid version of greenify is the best option to save battery coz u can also greenify all the system apps that keep running and consume battery as well as ram in the background. it made a lot of difference in my moto g but i truly recognized its potential when i tried it on my wife's 2 year old sam s duos! it made a world of difference and her battery after 8-10 hours of average usage is still 50%, without any battery saving app. the interface is also buttery smooth. someone who has used sam s duos will know for sure how difficult it is to achieve this!


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i think the paid version of greenify is the best option to save battery coz u can also greenify all the system apps that keep running and consume battery as well as ram in the background. it made a lot of difference in my moto g but i truly recognized its potential when i tried it on my wife's 2 year old sam s duos! it made a world of difference and her battery after 8-10 hours of average usage is still 50%, without any battery saving app. the interface is also buttery smooth. someone who has used sam s duos will know for sure how difficult it is to achieve this!


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agree to that...Greenify is a real nice app..however in order to use the paid version to greenify all the system apps, i need to root my Moto G.
Can you suggest me some link which explains the rooting of Moto G in the easiest way out there?

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