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battery charging with JF ADP 1.5

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12th May 2009, 02:58 PM   |  #41  
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I'm running jf1.5 with the latest radio, and everything seems fine here. In fact, since the update, my battery life has almost doubled. I run my phone wide-open (gps, wifi, 100% brightness, 3g, probably 10-15 background apps) because I like to be able to utilize the full potential of my phone. Before 1.5, I had to carry a sewcond battery with me to make it through the day, but since the update, I haven't had to change the battery unless I spend a LOT of time surfing/gaming/etc. I don't pretend to know how my battery works, but I know that a lot of power-tools utilize battery "conditioning" to keep them in peak condition. They charge super fast for a quick-charge that will make the battery usable quickly, but then it slows down to prevent overheating (not good for batteries) and to prevent damage and shorter life-cycle. Is it possible that the cupcake devs worked some things like that into the build? (Not jf, or dude, or haykuro, but the cupcake devs) The #1 complaint abbout the g1 was battery life, so I would imagine they considered that while they were coding, and worked it into the system? I'm in favor of anything that makes my battery charge last longer w/out crippling my phone, and makes the battery itself last longer.

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13th May 2009, 08:44 PM   |  #42  
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My battery is draing quickly also with JF 1.5 and the newest radio. I have verything off and the backlight all the way down with light use and only got 5 hours today.
14th May 2009, 12:33 AM   |  #43  
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I was using 5.02G with whatever radio 1.43 had and I am now using JF 1.5 with the newest radio and the battery life is much worse. I have everything turned off and it's lasting less than 24 hours without any use. I think it's the build rather than the radio so might try going back to 5.02G and seeing if I'm right.
9th June 2009, 01:12 AM   |  #44  
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With Hero my battery dies super fast when on calls, watching Youtube and using some of the widgets. I guess I will be getting an extended battery soon
9th June 2009, 02:48 AM   |  #45  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Vision77

With Hero my battery dies super fast when on calls, watching Youtube and using some of the widgets. I guess I will be getting an extended battery soon

thats what inspired me to get my 2200mah and my external 1700mah portable charget, 3900mah gets me through a days play on the g1 lol, but im still thinking of moving up to a 2600 mag giving me a total of 4300mah in power plus my oem 1150 as a spare, ill just add a peice of ruber to make it fit with the bigger back, *does math* 5450mah of battery power
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anyone notice as well that, b4 cupcake 1.5, the max voltage @42xx mV

now maximum is only @415x mV

I guessed it has changed that way it does charging...
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