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

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7th May 2014, 03:34 AM |#111  
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The idea behind this is, reducing clock speed as low as possible. But this will have an impact on the responsiveness of your phone. You can use the app One Power Guard for this. You would have to chose whatever best for you. You can also use Greenify which closes the apps running in background and there by saves battery life.

For both of these apps to work your phone must be rooted. Those who says these don't have any impacts simply don't know how to use them !!!

And follow the well known tips to save battery further. 95% of battery saver apps in market are not effective. Most of them are just doing things that you can do easily by manual ( like Turning off WiFi, Bluetooth, NFC, GPS, Backlight, hotspot, Autorotate, reducing brightness, removing Live wall paper, Reduce sleep time to minimum etc ). These apps might have a clean User Interface which will misguide you, but nothing else.
 
 
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I have an LG G2 and for some reason, I was never able to get more than 3-4hrs SOC time and compared to others, that result is horrendous. However, I managed to load a custom rom and kernel, and for the first time I've just achieved 5hr 30mins SOC with WiFi and Sync turned on all the time. Been watching videos and Whatsapp messaging all day so I'm pretty pleased.
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The idea behind this is, reducing clock speed as low as possible. But this will have an impact on the responsiveness of your phone. You can use the app One Power Guard for this. You would have to chose whatever best for you. You can also use Greenify which closes the apps running in background and there by saves battery life.

For both of these apps to work your phone must be rooted. Those who says these don't have any impacts simply don't know how to use them !!!

And follow the well known tips to save battery further. 95% of battery saver apps in market are not effective. Most of them are just doing things that you can do easily by manual ( like Turning off WiFi, Bluetooth, NFC, GPS, Backlight, hotspot, Autorotate, reducing brightness, removing Live wall paper, Reduce sleep time to minimum etc ). These apps might have a clean User Interface which will misguide you, but nothing else.

I fully agree with your words saying that "95% of battery saver apps in the market are not effective". The reason behind this is that those apps not working from the root of the system, rather they just temporarily stop the application from working.
But I would like to ask you one point that you have written that by reducing the clock speed of mobile, the battery life can be enhanced. So, I want to ask that do slowing down the clock speed affect the smartphone inversely.
3rd July 2014, 04:54 AM |#114  
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i dont use greenify, but i did use it last year a long time. i recognized that there is much more than just running backgroundapps witch suck energy...

your mobile connection mode (2g-3g-4g), gps, wlan, vibration and display brightness are the most suckers at all

take a look at my post on this thread:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...php?p=53808252
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I fully agree with your words saying that "95% of battery saver apps in the market are not effective". The reason behind this is that those apps not working from the root of the system, rather they just temporarily stop the application from working.
But I would like to ask you one point that you have written that by reducing the clock speed of mobile, the battery life can be enhanced. So, I want to ask that do slowing down the clock speed affect the smartphone inversely.

Well, I am not aware of any bad effects of underclocking on smartphones. I'm not quite sure though. But obviously battery saving by underclocking comes with the expense of poor performance of phone, lagness etc.

I guess using underclocking only when you need (may be battery is less than 20-25 %) wouldn't do any harm. You can have all your phones performance back when you get a charger !!
7th July 2014, 10:32 AM |#116  
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how change bat !!
i have zen5, i can't change the baterry ...
8th July 2014, 10:42 AM |#117  
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Thank
Thank u , i so helpful for me!!!
9th July 2014, 03:09 AM |#118  
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thanks for thr information..
my hh samsung galaxy s2.
now my batray more efficient
9th July 2014, 04:29 AM |#119  
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thanks your post !!!
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Thank you very much!
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