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This module let you change your mobile data state (Off, 2G/GSM only, 3G...), switch NFC/Bluetooth ON/Off, disconnect WiFi or turn it Off when your screen is Off, this should help you improve your battery life.

Features:
☆ Disable Data Auto synchronization when your screen is Off
☆ Switch automatically to 2G / Edge or any other mode when your screen is Off
☆ Switch GPS automatically to any mode when your screen is Off
☆ Turn Off your mobile data when your screen is Off
☆ Disconnect your current WiFi AP when your screen is Off
☆ Turn Off WiFi service when your screen id Off
☆ White list applications for WiFi, GPS and Mobile data
☆ WiFi SSID White list for WiFi changes
☆ Turn Off NFC when screen is Off
☆ Turn Off Bluetooth when screen is Off
☆ Bluetooth devices White list for BT changes
☆ Delay options for each connection type
☆ Timers to activate periodically WiFi/Data/Sync while screen is Off
☆ Wait for screen unlock before turning ON services
☆ Anti theft SMS trigger, sets GPS to high accuracy and prevent device reboot/shutdown

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Notes:
☆ Please make sure Xposed framework is installed, then enable this module on Xposed installer and Reboot.
☆ Reactivating your 3G/LTE network mode may take a few delay depending on your network area coverage.
☆ This App will NOT work if the System is still booting (so do NOT turn Off the device manually just after it boots up).
☆ If you have any issue to report, please attach your xposed logs.
☆ To get out of anti theft state you need to clear the module data

Thanks: to @rovo89 and @Tungstwenty their work on Xposed framework.
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17th October 2014, 02:08 PM |#2  
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Change-log:
1.4.1:
- Ability to wait until screen unlock before turning ON services
- Initial (untested) support for older Android versions GB and JB 4.1
- Bugs fixes

1.4.0:
- Support manual settings of WiFi, Data and Bluetooth

1.3.0:
- Add a master switch option
- Ads are optional now
- Few other improvements
- Support dual sim 2nd slot

1.2.2:
- Fixed Mobile network switching while WiFi connected/disconnected
- Minor bugs fixes

1.2.1:
- Add a WiFi SSID white list feature
- Replace delay choices with a seek bar (size = 30 minutes, 0 means immediately)
- Do not change mobile network mode on active Call (Useful for Htc Sense Roms)
- Do not change mobile network mode on active WiFi AP tethering
- Turn Off or switch network mode to screen Off mode while connecting to a WiFi AP
- Fixed a data sync status bug while screen Off
- Do not turn ON mobile data if is manually deactivated
- Few other improvements

1.2.0:
- Add Bluetooth and NFC support
- Add delay options for each connection type (Cellular, WiFi, Bluetooth, NFC)
- Minor bugs fixes

1.1.3:
- Disable Data Auto synchronization when your screen is Off
- Add Portuguese Brazilian translation (Thanks to Gsdsrock)

1.1.2:
- Fixed a bug where WiFi is turned ON even it's not enabled
- Add Network mode selection when screen is Off

1.1.1:
- Add an Xposed installation helper (for noob users)
- Added Arabic and French translation


1.1.0:
- Add turn off mobile data
- Add white list applications feature for WiFi and mobile data.
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17th October 2014, 02:43 PM |#3  
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Wow....

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this is BAttery saver mod too.....

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Hello thanks for amazing module, just got a suggestion, how about turn airplane mode when experiencing very poor signal?
17th October 2014, 03:08 PM |#5  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Skhulile

Hello thanks for amazing module, just got a suggestion, how about turn airplane mode when experiencing very poor signal?

Great idea, but we won't know if the signal is back to normal while airplane mode is ON .
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Great idea, but we won't know if the signal is back to normal while airplane mode is ON .

Oh ya that's very true, I never thought of that, but then what about Turning Airplane mode ON, for a specific interval, then ON again to check whether the signal is better, if not then turn on Airplane Mode ON again... is that possible? Or maybe instead of saving battery it might end up draining it more?
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Oh ya that's very true, I never thought of that, but then what about Turning Airplane mode ON, for a specific interval, then ON again to check whether the signal is better, if not then turn on Airplane Mode ON again... is that possible? Or maybe instead of saving battery it might end up draining it more?

Yep, it may drain more power that way and it may keep you unavailable on some periods when the signal is normal.
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17th October 2014, 04:45 PM |#8  
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This app is extremely useful especially with the two whitelists. One thing I notice is when I have my wifi manually turned off already this module turns it back on each time I turn my screen back on.

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Yep, it may drain more power that way and it may keep you unavailable on some periods when the signal is normal.

Oh ya, anyway still a great module
17th October 2014, 05:21 PM |#10  
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Originally Posted by 954wrecker

This app is extremely useful especially with the two whitelists. One thing I notice is when I have my wifi manually turned off already this module turns it back on each time I turn my screen back on.


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Yeah i know, but why you would like to use the WiFi feature if you turn it off manually, we can remember the previous state of the WiFi while screen is going Off, but the delay that WiFi service may take to get fully activated may lead to wrong state report doing a fast screen Off/ON/Off.

Let take an example: if i have WiFi activated, and did a fast screen ON/Off, the saved state of WiFi may switch to deactivated because of the delay.

Any ideas are welcome.
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17th October 2014, 05:30 PM |#11  
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When away from wifi I usually try to keep it turned off. The update seems to work perfectly for me now. Everything disconnects and reconnects lightning fast. Thanks @wanam you are the one of if not the best dev.
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