Question Battery life

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Goku1992

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I do not recommend debloating, at least initially. Why not just tweak normal android settings and see how much battery life you can get? Many people have gone a little too far with debloating and end up getting rid of features they need. Sure, you can recover from it but you can spend a lot of time trying to figure it out.

I can get 8-10hrs of SOT without debloating or rooting and are very happy with the S22u.
Ive debloat only the things i dont need. Dont like full app drawer and I only use 5 Apps from this... Clean builds are better 👌🏽
 
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Ive debloat only the things i dont need. Dont like full app drawer and I only use 5 Apps from this... Clean builds are better 👌🏽
Most apps that get debloated are just sitting there with no background execution time until you specifically start them. I can understand debloating to free up memory but does it really wipe those apps out of memory or just disable them?
 

Goku1992

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Most apps that get debloated are just sitting there with no background execution time until you specifically start them. I can understand debloating to free up memory but does it really wipe those apps out of memory or just disable them?
They wipe the app out of memory its better than just disabling. No most Apps force Start and run in background...
 
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    ADB uninstall allows you to completely remove the apps off the phone, which in turn saves space.

    That's my basic understanding of it. However, Alliance Shield X has other features too. Forexample, i use one to prevent apps access to the internet via wifi or mobile data, or both.

    I think removing it would help prevent it from loading, hence save some battery, i suppose. Maybe free up ram too.

    Someone else would probably be better at explaining it, than me.

    ADB install is easy to do, once you've set it up. I'm sure there's many guides on XDA somewhere.

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    Hope any of that made sense lol.
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