Originally Posted by Jacmeister
thank you, best answer then is to buy a spare normal N1 battery.
May I be so bold as to ask you whether in your opinion a Task Manager app drains the battery more than when you do not have one installed. Have read a few posts that claim that they use more juice than other apps. I am running stock.
You can do a quick test, uninstall your task killer and be task killer free for a week. If you don't see ANY change or even better battery life, than your task killer is not needed. Now if you ARE getting WORST battery life...I would lean towards the fact that there's a badly written app that you were killing when you had task killer but are now constantly running. If that's the case, best action is to go through your app and find the rouge app and delete it.