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Old November 12th, 2012, 04:25 PM   #4 (permalink)
mathesar
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Originally Posted by davis.rob View Post
There's a ton of posts here re: battery life after the initial upgrade to ICS. The primary suggestion was to do a factory reset ... a lot of people (including myself) saw a big improvement after that. There was also a suggestion that re-formatting your SD card (assuming you use one) could help. And, there have been two ICS updates since the initial one, and both claimed they improved battery life.
Thanks I will pass the info along, Does sprint automatically apply the ICS updates or would he have to manually do it?

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Manually sync, auto sync sux battery life, turn brightness down, auto bright uses lotz of batt, turn wifi off when not connected and turn off keytones and key vibrations (haptic) should get a lot more battery
I agree I'm the same way with my phone and the battery lasts on average 21 - 24 hours (Not a samsung phone tho, Im on a Huawei Mercury w/ Gingerbread 2.3.6) I think his S2 currently has everything enabled so ill have to suggest this.
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