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Battery Full [Q] How to get the most out of my Z2 battery?

Can someone tell me how I can get the most out of my bu battery.

When to use the stamina feature and how will it effect the way I can use my phone.
 
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Use stamina mode leaving no apps in your whitlist

Enable extended usage to restrict performance and increase battery performance

Remove of any unneeded apps as it becomes your batterys enemy

Turn off notifacations for intrusive apps.
this can cause your device to wake when not needed with some apps

Disable Google apps (leave neccisary ones) google can be evil, alot of their apps use precious battery life (example google search, i forget why)

Dont use battery savers, ram cleaners, or anti viruses, none of them actualy work

Because android is linux based and free ram is wasted ram in android, meaning its extremly healthy to use ram and forget about ram

Anti viruses never effective, all you can get is adware and thats not even a real virus, simply delete the app causing it your adwear and some "viruses" can ask for root so deny all that you dont know otherwise your battery enemy will eat your phone for dinner with the assistance of root

Battery saver, seems only few apps actualy work, Snapdragon battery guru and greenify actualy work compared to 2bln+ apps which are your enemy

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Thank you that's very thorough information.
 
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Thank you that's very thorough information.
This has been covered extensively already here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2768544
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