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Are you using a battery saver?

3rd July 2014, 11:44 PM |#1  
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I'm using Green Power for a while now but lately I have been thinking that it might not be needed anymore.

What are your thoughts and what are you using to save battery.
 
 
4th July 2014, 01:21 AM |#2  
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Personally, I think they're a placebo effect, but I never gone in depth to do any real comparisons so I could be wrong. And the M8 has a good enough battery to where I don't consider needing a battery saver.

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4th July 2014, 05:33 PM |#3  
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I'm using Green Power for a while now but lately I have been thinking that it might not be needed anymore.

What are your thoughts and what are you using to save battery.

I ran Qualcomm's Battery Guru app customized for our CPU on my Rezound and now my M8, but ultimately decided that I would just run in standard powersave mode. My kernel lets me undervolt and overclock, so I get decent battery life coupled with fairly good performance without ruining any other battery software.
5th July 2014, 02:05 PM |#4  
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I use the built in batterysave in CleanROM combined with ART. Great combination.
8th July 2014, 04:22 AM |#5  
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I use the built-in Power Saver, along with Greenify.

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5th September 2014, 08:56 PM |#6  
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greenify and wakelock detector here. tried all the battery savers on stock rom for heck of it and thought they drained my battery a little bit. Only one i know actually worked was deep sleep battery saver but i dont use xposed anymore so had to give that up
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greenify and wakelock detector here. tried all the battery savers on stock rom for heck of it and thought they drained my battery a little bit. Only one i know actually worked was deep sleep battery saver but i dont use xposed anymore so had to give that up

Same here. Greenify and wld are great. Very little resource use.

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7th September 2014, 06:35 AM |#8  
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What ever for? [Imgur link, SFW; shows my battery stats this morning]

If I can get 20 hours to 30%, I can probably get 30 hours on a full charge. But I put my phone on the charger when I go to sleep. If I didn't, I'd be shooting for a 40 hour drain. That's kind of high expectations for a stock battery. Why not just charge it every time you go to bed?

I'm running the latest CleanROM in Dalvik mode, whatever kernel comes with it and zero battery saving apps. I do have the option ticked as you can see at the link where it cuts off your data when the screen is off (like Deep Sleep Battery Saver, and others). But the battery saver itself is off.
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