My Battery Saving setup

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    Member MouseIDT's Avatar
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    Cool My Battery Saving setup

    Sceebl PRO,SetCPU,Advanced Task Killer PRO, Ive found these to work best for me:nexusx:

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    Android Lurker DudeRandom21's Avatar
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    I'd take out the task killer if I were you it's probably doing more harm than good. Because android has it's own task management system starting from 2.2 and above (although it might have been 2.1 and above not sure) so any task killer is probably hurting more than it is helping.

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    Android Lurker dudedidtheplan's Avatar
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    I use task manager, but only sparingly. Nearly every app on it is not checked. i just have certain ones that i know have created problems in the past checked. I have nothing set to be forced closed when it comes on.

    Like i said i only use it in dire circumstances.

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    Senior Member bourne's Avatar
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    tasker to turn on and off wifi, bluetooth, and autosync while I am at work and sleeping. It used to be able to turn off GPS until Google changed that functionality that was a sad day!

    Oh and I don't use a live wallpaper, everyone I have ever used literally owned my batteries life.. literally

    +1 for Dude Random21 - I removed my task manager after like a year of using it and I noticed an increase in battery life. Usually I unplug at 7 a.m and by the time I make it home from work around 6 p.m. I am at between 65-75%. Depending on how much I use it while I am at work.
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