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13th April 2010, 04:09 PM   |  #511  
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I am. :)

Running on Enom and 875mV
Battery life average: 5%drop / 2hrs.
Awesome?! Ill get you some beer this Friday raven. Thanks.

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Are any of you wiping the battery stats as well before using this?

13th April 2010, 04:12 PM   |  #512  
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I am. :)

Running on Enom and 875mV
Battery life average: 5%drop / 2hrs.
Awesome?! Ill get you some beer this Friday raven. Thanks.

What are you running that you get such good results!
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Give juicedefender, automatic task killer and advance task killer a try. Set your Home screen Widgets refresh interval longer.

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What are you running that you get such good results!

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Give juicedefender, automatic task killer and advance task killer a try. Set your Home screen Widgets refresh interval longer.

Using JuiceDefender and it CLAIMS I am saving >2x battery life but I don't see ANY difference. I also use advance task killer but I'll try automatic task killer.
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Juicedefender helps when you are on standby. :)

I believe that battery life ultimately depends on how much you use your phone and what you use it for. UV or AVS helps out on moderate to low use. If you constantly hammer your phone, no matter what ROM your on or how much undervolted you are wont make a difference, typical smartphone problem. It's a USE to STANBY ratio I guess.

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Using JuiceDefender and it CLAIMS I am saving >2x battery life but I don't see ANY difference. I also use advance task killer but I'll try automatic task killer.

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Using JuiceDefender and it CLAIMS I am saving >2x battery life but I don't see ANY difference. I also use advance task killer but I'll try automatic task killer.

STOP!!! using task killers! They are not needed on android, your just wasting battery more.
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I am very pleased with the stability of the latest build. It seems that the compiler optimization I did was really the root of the problem. Good thing I keep a detailed changelog of what I changed back then.
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STOP!!! using task killers! They are not needed on android, your just wasting battery more.

Can you explain? Do you have any basis to your claims?
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Is this a proven fact? Can you please direct me to where it says turning off applications that run in the background drains more battery. Thanks.

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STOP!!! using task killers! They are not needed on android, your just wasting battery more.

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Here is some raw data:

JuiceDefender is ~2.4x
SetCPU profiles on ondemand & standby 245/245
G-mail Push
TouchDown 15 minute pull

2010 Apr 13 08:11:35 100 Came off the charger
2010 Apr 13 08:16:35 99
2010 Apr 13 08:21:35 99
2010 Apr 13 08:26:35 98
2010 Apr 13 08:31:35 97
2010 Apr 13 08:37:56 96
2010 Apr 13 08:42:46 95
2010 Apr 13 08:47:46 95
2010 Apr 13 08:52:47 95
2010 Apr 13 08:57:47 95
2010 Apr 13 09:02:46 95
2010 Apr 13 09:08:49 94
2010 Apr 13 09:13:42 93
2010 Apr 13 09:18:42 92
2010 Apr 13 09:23:42 91
2010 Apr 13 09:28:42 91
2010 Apr 13 09:33:42 91 Turned off BT/WiFi/3G
2010 Apr 13 09:38:42 91 Phone call 9:37-9:43am
2010 Apr 13 09:43:42 89
2010 Apr 13 09:48:42 89 Crash/reboot 9:50am
2010 Apr 13 09:54:59 88
2010 Apr 13 09:59:52 88
2010 Apr 13 10:04:52 88
2010 Apr 13 10:09:52 88 Crash/reboot 10:13am
2010 Apr 13 10:17:05 87
2010 Apr 13 10:21:56 86
2010 Apr 13 10:26:56 86
2010 Apr 13 10:31:56 85
2010 Apr 13 10:36:56 85
2010 Apr 13 10:41:56 84
2010 Apr 13 10:46:56 84
2010 Apr 13 10:51:56 84
2010 Apr 13 10:58:41 84 Flashed 850mv 11:02am
2010 Apr 13 11:08:01 85
2010 Apr 13 11:13:21 86
2010 Apr 13 11:18:22 87
2010 Apr 13 11:23:22 86 Uninstalled/reinstalled Mobile Defense
2010 Apr 13 11:28:22 84
2010 Apr 13 11:33:22 84
2010 Apr 13 11:38:22 84

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