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

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By nir36, Retired Moderator on 15th January 2009, 09:45 PM
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23rd June 2018, 08:29 AM |#181  
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Battery saving tips
1. Auto brightness.
2. Close background apps.
3. Don't over charge your Smarthpnone.
4. If you don't need use Mobile-data then turn-off.
5. Use night-mode at night.
 
 
25th July 2018, 08:06 AM |#182  
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Originally Posted by nir36

I've noticed that many people are looking for a solution to automatically sync their devices using ActiveSync bluetooth sync.

Setting up automated Bluetooth ActiveSync

[Update 6.8.09]
Solved! This new tools provides you with the ability to autosync to a specific computer through bluetooth, allowing you to set intervals, enable or disable the autosync and select which computer you'd like to connect to.

Auto Activesync via BT (when in range) by user dmkpoznan
http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=530327
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[/Update]

for this... you will need 2 tools and one script

1. MortScript - http://www.sto-helit.de/downloads/mo...Script-4.1.zip
2. BlueStarter - http://smartmobiletools.freehostia.c...StarterCab.CAB
3. BTSync script (written by le_cactus) - included in this post (downstairs)

these are the steps you need to follow:
1. install mortscript
2. install bluestarter
3. put the script file in a dir of your choice
4. launch bluestarter
5. set the bluetooth device you want to sync with (all should appear in a dropbox)
6. write the path of the script file (e.g. \\storage card\\BTSync.mscr)
7. go to menu/interval config and choose the way you want to sync..
8. (DONT FORGET THIS STEP) open the script file and change all NIR36-PC to the name of your bluetooth connection, that is to your comp's name.

A few clarifications.
- if you set the interval to "On Power Button Pressed" a BTSync connection will occur EVERY time you wake your device up
- if you set the interval to "Time Interval" it will sync every set amount of time.. and even if you're sleeping and your comp is on it will sync and stay synced.. so it may drain your battery.
- in any case, if your comp is off, it will try to sync but nothing will happen.

if you're looking for a normal BTSync without an interval you can just set one of the hardware buttons to run the .mscr

cheers

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2nd October 2018, 02:22 AM |#184  
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Just install most apps you are using most is one of the key point
14th December 2018, 10:35 AM |#185  
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You guys can use a dark theme in your device which can increase battery life.
28th December 2018, 10:23 AM |#186  
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I am using the Greenify app to increase the battery life
19th August 2019, 03:36 AM |#187  
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Restrict apps that you don't need to run on background,disable tap to wake up,charge you phone in the range 20-80%👍
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