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Old July 13th, 2011, 08:31 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Question about display runtime based off battery percentage.

My display has taken 79% of this batterys charge. Time on says 2 hrs and 10 minutes. Just want to be sure....this means that the screen has been lit for two hours?

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My display has taken 79% of this batterys charge. Time on says 2 hrs and 10 minutes. Just want to be sure....this means that the screen has been lit for two hours?
Yes that is correct.
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Just wanted to say, your display took 79% of the amount used.
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Just wanted to say, your display took 79% of the amount used.
I thought this number was off. It didn't seem anywhere near two hours that my screen was in use
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Question Display using 80% battery?

This is only the second 4.3" device I've owned (first being the Motorola Triumph) and I've only had it since 8/12.. I'm aware most batteries take a few days to get the full battery usage out of the device, and no doubt I've been playing with my new toy A LOT. lol..

Anyways, with the MT I would check out battery usage and the cell radio would be up to like 80% with other minor apps at like 1-5 and display would be about 15 or so.

When I check the usage for my 3vo I see display is usually 65-80%? I have my brightness set extremely dim and also have tried Auto-Brightness which is a joke..

Anyways, is this normal?? Thanks in advance!
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Old August 15th, 2011, 12:03 PM   #7 (permalink)
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If you read a lot of news or things like that where you leave the display on, but not using a lot of radio or CPU, then yes. I read a lot of news on my phone, and my display is usually over 55%.
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