Sorry for posting this here, but with less than 10 posts i'm not allowed to post in development threads.
i'm using rafdroid 3.1 and really love it, it's a great build!
but my battery lasts only for about ~12-18 hours on normal usage. This is really a problem for me, it should last at least 24h, better 30h in normal usage. cause when i have to use it more, i need to go to ~12h without any problems...
i noticed that the shut down voltage in the used kernel is @ 3.6V, could somebody confirm this?
A li-ion battery can be discharged to 3.0V (maybe lower) without any problems. I'm into r/c planes so i have a lot to do with batteries and i know this is true, also look here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cutoff_...oltage_cut-off
So is it possible that i set the shut down voltage for myself to 3,2V or 3,0V?
Maybe this would bring the extra hours i'm searching for...
switching to a none sense build isn't a solution for me, i love sense and use it a lot (the dialer is really near to the best thing i can imagine, i also love friendstream and the weather widget with the fullscreen animation...)
We are dischargin with a maximum of 0,2C (~240mA) so when you look at this chart at the red line:
we are nearly wasting the half battery time when shutting off @3.6V. with a shutoff @[email protected],2C i think we would have a 1/4 more use time. with a shutoff @[email protected] in standby mode (4mA) the battery would maybe stand 2 times longer?
but in fact of the fast downgoing voltage i would prefer to go to 3,2V to be on the safe side...
sorry for my bloody english, i hope everyone can follow me