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GUIDES [WM]: How to Increase Battery Charge Life (On Android - Pre"Android Guides")

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23rd May 2012, 09:51 AM |#41  
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wow, it's really good one.
 
 
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Nice
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Smile thanx alot
realy worked for me, thanks
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Smile Thanks
Thanks man, helped a lot
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Thank you so much. This really helped me with flashing roms.
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thank you very much for the recommendations, I will take into account to improve the battery of my android .... the truth is that both use that gives you not long enough
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Nice guide will try it later. Thanks.
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I'd like to recommend a tool for recovering deleted files and partitions: TestDisk
Has saved my ass many a times.
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Very nice guide! Thanks man
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1. Use a clean device a few days. You will get preliminary information about the battery life.
2. Installing and removing programs will not allow a deviation greater than 20 % battery life.
3. Deviation of more than 20% indicates soft / hard failures.
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Thanks for the excellent guides.
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