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Old May 3rd, 2010, 10:50 PM   #51 (permalink)
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Wow, almost all of the results that have come in say 20+ hours uptime.. I only go about 5-6 hours of uptime between charges. It's not that bad for me because I'm almost always near a computer but I have been charging 3-4 times a day. Also, I have been a very heavy user, I can't put the thing down lol. I was at the auto parts store today and I wanted to compare prices so I checked out a competitor's price, found their phone number on the website, clicked on the number and it called them directly. It was awesome! I'm in awe. I would still like to get at least 10 hours of uptime though..
Could you post data? Curious to see how it might relate to others.

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Ok today I decided to be extrmely conservative with my phone. Here is what I came up.

Battery Level 46%
Up Time 14:01
Awake Time 2:35

Cell Stand bye 29%
Phone Idle 28%
Android 18%
Voice Calls 7%
Display 5%
WiFi 5%
Dialer 4%
Maps 4%

Now I used WiFi whne I was around it, 3g when not, had both off for about 2hours, listened to music for maybe 30minutes, good amount of text , email , sports tap updates, facebook, Craigsnotifer , one navigation use 15minutes maybe, and live wall paper the whole time.

So I believe that 24hrs isn't completely out of the question with lite use and you could probably use for over 30hrs if 5-7 hrs of sleep with everything idle
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Ok today I decided to be extrmely conservative with my phone. Here is what I came up.

Battery Level 46%
Up Time 14:01
Awake Time 2:35

Cell Stand bye 29%
Phone Idle 28%
Android 18%
Voice Calls 7%
Display 5%
WiFi 5%
Dialer 4%
Maps 4%

Now I used WiFi whne I was around it, 3g when not, had both off for about 2hours, listened to music for maybe 30minutes, good amount of text , email , sports tap updates, facebook, Craigsnotifer , one navigation use 15minutes maybe, and live wall paper the whole time.

So I believe that 24hrs isn't completely out of the question with lite use and you could probably use for over 30hrs if 5-7 hrs of sleep with everything idle
14:01:00 and 2:35:00?
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Google spreadsheet with data:
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It's a work in progress.

Feel free to suggest any improvements or calculations you'd like to see.
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Ya, I can try to post some data once I get a chance to properly run the test. Would it be better if I just went from full charge to dead or is it fine if I go from full charge to half charge? I don't know how accurate the reading is on these batteries. My gas gauge for instance always seems to go faster on the second half.. could just me trying to avoid getting gas though..
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I went and bought an Eris battery on Saturday and I seem to be having much better performance numbers on it... I've been up for 16 hours today and still am over 40% battery life...
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Ya, I can try to post some data once I get a chance to properly run the test. Would it be better if I just went from full charge to dead or is it fine if I go from full charge to half charge? I don't know how accurate the reading is on these batteries. My gas gauge for instance always seems to go faster on the second half.. could just me trying to avoid getting gas though..
Anywhere below 50 would be fine. Maybe aim for around 20%?
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Wow, almost all of the results that have come in say 20+ hours uptime.. I only go about 5-6 hours of uptime between charges. It's not that bad for me because I'm almost always near a computer but I have been charging 3-4 times a day. Also, I have been a very heavy user, I can't put the thing down lol. I was at the auto parts store today and I wanted to compare prices so I checked out a competitor's price, found their phone number on the website, clicked on the number and it called them directly. It was awesome! I'm in awe. I would still like to get at least 10 hours of uptime though..
I'm like you mainly. I had moderate phone use because I was at work but I'm alone in the office most of the time anyway free to respond to texts etc etc.

Note: I didn't start the trial with the phone off and I think my phone rebooted during the morning while running an app.

Stats-
Up Time: 20:23:00
Awake Time: 08:52:00
Unplugged: 13:26:07
Battery: 9%
Wifi: Off
GPS: On
Bluetooth: Off
Always on Mobile Data: Off
Sync: 4 - Facebook, Gmail account, Twitter, Weather (Every Hour)

Optional-
Android System: 31%
Cell Standby: 26% (Time without a signal 0%)
Phone Idle: 20% (Time on 10h 20m)
Camera: 11%
Display: 10% (Time On 3h 15m)
NexusMod Live Wallpaper: 2%

Additional-
Screen Brightness: about 20% ( Whatever the middle brightness is when using the power management widget)
Animations: All Animations
Screen Timeout: 1 Minute ( I normal lock the phone as soon as im done with it anyway)

This was pretty much the time I left for work to my security job and a few hours at home responding to texts. I was on the internet for at least an hour and watching youtube for about 20ish minutes. Did texting throughout the day which for me is about a text every 20 minutes or since I was working. Also did a bit of quick responding to texts back and forth because I was on lunch or break. I was using many applications like Market, Appbrain, Barcode Scanner, Craigslist Notification, Scanner Radio, Shazam, No lock.

Well thats mine. I would also like to note that the last hour I really limited my use because I had to go out and fear it dying. I did respond to texts and check email in this time period though. I'm in my early 20's and connected socially and I'm pretty sure I'm an accurate represenation of the poeple getting bad battery life. My battery have been fully drained at least 5 times now and many mid charges.
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Here is mine for this afternoon/evening.

Stats-
Up Time: 10:11
Awake Time: 4:39
Unplugged: 10:11
Battery: 19%
Wifi: on 71.5%
GPS: off
Bluetooth: on 1.4%
Always on Mobile Data: Off
Sync: 2 (Backup assistant once a night, Weather every hour)

Optional-
Android System: 35%
Cell Standby: 25%
Phone Idle: 12%
Display: 12%
wifi: 12%
voice calls 2%
Dialer 2%

Additional-
Screen Brightness: about 20%
Animations: off
Screen Timeout: 2 minutes but lock out soon after using

I was home most of the day with a sick kid so had mobile off and wifi on. Spent about an hour in the car and used Slacker Radio for much of that, but with cached stations and not live feed, which is suppose to be much easier on the battery.

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I will download that program you recommend and keep track that way and then send you report if I can figure out how to do that.
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Here is mine for this afternoon/evening.

Stats-
Up Time: 10:11
Awake Time: 4:39
Unplugged: 10:11
Battery: 19%
Wifi: on 71.5%
GPS: off
Bluetooth: on 1.4%
Always on Mobile Data: Off
Sync: 2 (Backup assistant once a night, Weather every hour)

Optional-
Android System: 35%
Cell Standby: 25%
Phone Idle: 12%
Display: 12%
wifi: 12%
voice calls 2%
Dialer 2%

Additional-
Screen Brightness: about 20%
Animations: off
Screen Timeout: 2 minutes but lock out soon after using

I was home most of the day with a sick kid so had mobile off and wifi on. Spent about an hour in the car and used Slacker Radio for much of that, but with cached stations and not live feed, which is suppose to be much easier on the battery.

Glenn

I will download that program you recommend and keep track that way and then send you report if I can figure out how to do that.
Awesome. Thanks for data.
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I just downloaded that batterygraph app and it is running so I will give that till Thursday or Friday and figure out how to push that info to you. Thanks for delving into this and trying to figure something out lol.
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The usuage in cell standby and phone idle is rediculous. That is the juice I want retained. If the phone had a better standbye mode that used less battery there would be no need for this thread.
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The usuage in cell standby and phone idle is rediculous. That is the juice I want retained. If the phone had a better standbye mode that used less battery there would be no need for this thread.
What I've been wondering is that why did not one single reviewer notice the horrendous battery life? They most said they played with the phone for at least an hour so surely they would have noticed the battery dip so quickly.
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What I've been wondering is that why did not one single reviewer notice the horrendous battery life? They most said they played with the phone for at least an hour so surely they would have noticed the battery dip so quickly.
I think that's because they've all said it has AVG Battery Life for phones in it's class. Which it does, it has better battery life then my Eris had and about the same as the Moto Droid. Better then the Storm or Storm2 . So I don't know what people want forom a phone like this.
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Wow. 30%? That is extreme. It sounds like you have something not letting your phone sleep. Can you compare your Awake Time to the Up Time? Up time should be a good deal higher than your awake time after sleeping.

..and 10 percent was worse than I got the previous night. ( I think 6 percent )

I did not use airplane mode. I have always on mobile data off, bluetooth off, and wifi off. ( GPS on, but GPS does not work like the others. If no app is specifically trying to use the GPS, the GPS turns off and uses 0 power. ) I still had everything set to sync every hour. Can you check your battery usage to see what is eating the power while you sleep also? It should be almost entirely Phone Idle and Cell Standby. You can also check the usages in the battery usage section after dialing *#*#4636#*#*
I think I have a defective battery. On the second day I had the DI, I charged mine, made a couple quick calls, and went to bed with it at 83% around 11:30pm. Beforehand, I had wifi, bluetooth, and gps turned off (mobile network still on) and killed all running tasks. I woke up at 5:45am and it was completely dead. Granted this was only the second cycling of the battery I performed, I would like to think it would be a little better than that. Hoping the 1750mah battery I ordered can deliver better uptime than this.
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I highly reccomend reading this thread. It helped me

http://androidforums.com/support-troubleshooting-incredible/72539-i-found-fixed-htc-incredible-battery-bug.html
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Alrighty, so here's some more data. No airplane, no CMDA alot more phone calls today than yesterday around 2 and 1/2 hours worth total. Significantly more text and emails as well as downloading of apps and browsing the market.

UpTime: 19:55:00
AwakeTime: 2:35:07
UnPlugged time: 19:54:49
Battery %: battery level is 10 ( using *#*#4636#*#* )
Wifi: On
GPS: Off
Bluetooth: Off
Always on Mobile data: On
Sync: 3 Facebook / Google / Weather

7b) Optional: Include application use under "Battery Use"

Unplugged time:
Application 1: Cell Standby 23 % time without signal 8%
Application 2: Phone Idle 21%
Application 3: Voice Calls 21%
Application 4: Android System 13%
Application 5: Display 4%
Application 6: Wi-Fi 10%
Application 7: Camera 8%
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Alrighty, so here's some more data. No airplane, no CMDA alot more phone calls today than yesterday around 2 and 1/2 hours worth total. Significantly more text and emails as well as downloading of apps and browsing the market.

UpTime: 19:55:00
AwakeTime: 2:35:07
UnPlugged time: 19:34:49
Battery %: battery level is 10 ( using *#*#4636#*#* )
Wifi: On
GPS: Off
Bluetooth: Off
Always on Mobile data: On
Sync: 3 Facebook / Google / Weather

7b) Optional: Include application use under "Battery Use"

Unplugged time:
Application 1: Cell Standby 23 % time without signal 8%
Application 2: Phone Idle 21%
Application 3: Voice Calls 21%
Application 4: Android System 13%
Application 5: Display 4%
Application 6: Wi-Fi 10%
Application 7: Camera 8%
Thanks. looks to be in the same range of utilization as last time- 13.58 vs 12.98. Both project battery life around 21/22 hours.
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I think that's because they've all said it has AVG Battery Life for phones in it's class. Which it does, it has better battery life then my Eris had and about the same as the Moto Droid. Better then the Storm or Storm2 . So I don't know what people want forom a phone like this.
My storm 2 last 2 days easy with the same usage as I do on this phone but this phone only lasts about 8 hours. I'm literally afraid to make phone calls if I know its going to last more than 1/2 hour.
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My storm 2 last 2 days easy with the same usage as I do on this phone but this phone only lasts about 8 hours. I'm literally afraid to make phone calls if I know its going to last more than 1/2 hour.

Would you mind posting your up time and awake time?

To get a sensible reading of this do the following :

Turn your phone off. Allow a few seconds before powering back up.

Tun the phone on. Allow it to run for 5-10 minutes

the information I'm looking for is under menu>settings>about phone>battery>batteryuse

Need uptime and awake time.
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I think that's because they've all said it has AVG Battery Life for phones in it's class. Which it does, it has better battery life then my Eris had and about the same as the Moto Droid. Better then the Storm or Storm2 . So I don't know what people want forom a phone like this.
My old storm would last 1-2 days with the same amount of usage I use on my Inc and I'm lucky if I get 6 hours of use on my Inc. I've had I think 6 total battery cycles now out of my DInc
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My old storm would last 1-2 days with the same amount of usage I use on my Inc and I'm lucky if I get 6 hours of use on my Inc. I've had I think 6 total battery cycles now out of my DInc
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Data please.

Posting in this thread " My envy lasted 26 days on the same amount of usage" Does nothing for us...

We're here to collect data and come to a conclusion on others usage. It's odd that all of the users posting actual data here are getting near the same amount of usage. Meanwhile the ones complaining of crappy battery life have yet to actually follow the plan of recording the data so that we may be able to help them discover whats different in our phones to theirs.

Not trying to be a dick. All I'm saying is bitching about something does nothing to fix it. But if you participate, and share your data, we may very well be able to track the source of the problem and correct it.
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Posting in this thread " My envy lasted 26 days on the same amount of usage" Does nothing for us...

We're here to collect data and come to a conclusion on others usage. It's odd that all of the users posting actual data here are getting near the same amount of usage. Meanwhile the ones complaining of crappy battery life have yet to actually follow the plan of recording the data so that we may be able to help them discover whats different in our phones to theirs.

Not trying to be a dick. All I'm saying is bitching about something does nothing to fix it. But if you participate, and share your data, we may very well be able to track the source of the problem and correct it.
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UpTime:10:57:26
AwakeTime: 4:06:07
UnPlugged time: 10:57:26
Battery %: 13%
Wifi: Off
GPS: Off
Bluetooth: Off
Always on Mobile data: On
Sync: Google (4), Weather (didn't realize I had that still on )

Optional: Include application use under "Battery Use"

Unplugged time:
Application 1: Android System 28%
Application 2: Cell Standby 28%
Application 3: Phone ide 21%
Application 4: Display 9%
Application 5: Voice calls 8%
Application 6: Dialer 3%
Application 7: Bokeh wallpapers 3%

Not thrilled with this. Could have had weather sync off. I use google voice (including visual voicemail) as well as want quick push email, so left mobile data always on.

I did use wifi for about 15 minutes, and had gps on for about 3-4 minutes. Brightness is set to auto. I read email (approx 60), sms (15 or so) and replied to a few. I also played video of guy at baseball game getting tazed a few times.

Profile set for LED and vibrate on all alerts.

My phone has terrible sound quality on my end of phone calls (muffled). I'm likely to return the phone for replacement, but don't relish figuring out what I can do to backup/restore profiles, installed apps, purchased apps, etc. on replacement. Maybe, I'll get lucky and get a better battery on the new one.
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UpTime:10:57:26
AwakeTime: 4:06:07
UnPlugged time: 10:57:26
Battery %: 13%
Wifi: Off
GPS: Off
Bluetooth: Off
Always on Mobile data: On
Sync: Google (4), Weather (didn't realize I had that still on )

Optional: Include application use under "Battery Use"

Unplugged time:
Application 1: Android System 28%
Application 2: Cell Standby 28%
Application 3: Phone ide 21%
Application 4: Display 9%
Application 5: Voice calls 8%
Application 6: Dialer 3%
Application 7: Bokeh wallpapers 3%

Not thrilled with this. Could have had weather sync off. I use google voice (including visual voicemail) as well as want quick push email, so left mobile data always on.

I did use wifi for about 15 minutes, and had gps on for about 3-4 minutes. Brightness is set to auto. I read email (approx 60), sms (15 or so) and replied to a few. I also played video of guy at baseball game getting tazed a few times.

Profile set for LED and vibrate on all alerts.

My phone has terrible sound quality on my end of phone calls (muffled). I'm likely to return the phone for replacement, but don't relish figuring out what I can do to backup/restore profiles, installed apps, purchased apps, etc. on replacement. Maybe, I'll get lucky and get a better battery on the new one.
Added Thanks. You projected time matches up very close to post #59. App usage from there was:
Android System: 35%
Cell Standby: 25%
Phone Idle: 12%
Display: 12%
wifi: 12%
voice calls 2%
Dialer 2%

Interesting that Android System is top app. Don't know if that means anything though. Someone smart want to chime in...
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Another Day of Record

Battery Level 71%


Cell Stand Bye 29%
Phone Idle 29%
Wi-Fi 19%
Android System 12%
Voice Calls 4%
Display 4%
Dialer 3%

Up Time 10:36:00
Awake 1:48:00
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Hmmm maybe you've got a problem

Defective battery or power hungry application if you are only getting 6hrs of use, that is nuts.

Even on heavy use I'll get a full day but lately my use has been very minimal ie today I've had my phone off the charger for almost 11hrs and I'm at 70% battery. Been connected to wifi all day , made a few calls, a couple dozen texts and some internet usage.
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UpTime:10:57:26
AwakeTime: 4:06:07
UnPlugged time: 10:57:26
Battery %: 13%
Wifi: Off
GPS: Off
Bluetooth: Off
Always on Mobile data: On
Sync: Google (4), Weather (didn't realize I had that still on )

Optional: Include application use under "Battery Use"

Unplugged time:
Application 1: Android System 28%
Application 2: Cell Standby 28%
Application 3: Phone ide 21%
Application 4: Display 9%
Application 5: Voice calls 8%
Application 6: Dialer 3%
Application 7: Bokeh wallpapers 3%

Not thrilled with this. Could have had weather sync off. I use google voice (including visual voicemail) as well as want quick push email, so left mobile data always on.

I did use wifi for about 15 minutes, and had gps on for about 3-4 minutes. Brightness is set to auto. I read email (approx 60), sms (15 or so) and replied to a few. I also played video of guy at baseball game getting tazed a few times.

Profile set for LED and vibrate on all alerts.

My phone has terrible sound quality on my end of phone calls (muffled). I'm likely to return the phone for replacement, but don't relish figuring out what I can do to backup/restore profiles, installed apps, purchased apps, etc. on replacement. Maybe, I'll get lucky and get a better battery on the new one.

Do me a favor krispy, turn the phone off for a few minutes, then back on. let it run IDLE for 5-10 Minutes
After 10 minutes, pull the info again and post here please.

it almost sounds like an app is staying on. thats a shit load of awake time. or your doing a ton of stuff on your phone.. 4 hours of playing games or something perhaps?

Record that data for me and then I'll have a better guess.
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AwakeTime: 3:02:20
UnPlugged time: 13:03:56
Battery %: 20%
Wifi: Off today
GPS: On when needed, maybe 25 mins max today
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Unplugged time: 13:03:56
Cell standby: 27%
Android System: 25%
Phone Idle: 22%
Maps: 12%
Display: 8%
Voice Calls: 2%
Goggles: 2%
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After 10 minutes, pull the info again and post here please.

it almost sounds like an app is staying on. thats a shit load of awake time. or your doing a ton of stuff on your phone.. 4 hours of playing games or something perhaps?

Record that data for me and then I'll have a better guess.
Okay...(battery % constant thru test duration, dropped 1% after system checks)

14:55 since unplugged
Uptime 14:54
Awake time 2:15

Cell standby 34%
Phone idle 29%
Android System 26%
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Okay...(battery % constant thru test duration, dropped 1% after system checks)

14:55 since unplugged
Uptime 14:54
Awake time 2:15

Cell standby 34%
Phone idle 29%
Android System 26%
Display 8%
Bokeh Wallpapers 3%
You definetly have an app hogging battery, and 3% for wallpapper is a lot, is that a Live Wallpaper??
I'm using a starfield life wallpaper and it doesn't even show up, so maybe that is part of the problem
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You definetly have an app hogging battery, and 3% for wallpapper is a lot, is that a Live Wallpaper??
I'm using a starfield life wallpaper and it doesn't even show up, so maybe that is part of the problem
That is only 13.54% Utilization. I think part of the reason the app percentages are what they are is because of how little it was used for that quick of a test. If you don't do anything with the phone, then yes Cell Standby and Android System will "look" like they are doing a lot.

I would say a more valid test would be running for an hour or so with regular use.
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That is only 13.54% Utilization. I think part of the reason the app percentages are what they are is because of how little it was used for that quick of a test. If you don't do anything with the phone, then yes Cell Standby and Android System will "look" like they are doing a lot.

I would say a more valid test would be running for an hour or so with regular use.
The only reason I went with 10-15 minutes was to do a comparison of up time versus awake time.

I.E. lets say you just start up your phone, and let it run for 10-15 minutes, and the phone is asleep immediatly after you power it on except for the time needed for it to fall back to sleep. If your awake time is only 1-2 minutes and your on time is 10-15, that shows that there are no programs working in the background. ( the phone is working as intended, when you hit the sleep button, everything shuts down with the exception of syncs)

But what alot of people are seeing are they turn their phone on for 10-15 minutes, it sleeps within 1-2 minutes, and is left idle for the duration. but when checking their figures their awake time is equal to the up time. thus showing an app is stuck.

@Krispy, what kind of area do you live in? how many bars of service are you averaging? do you have any non stock apps downloaded that would be starting services as the phone boots?
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Uptime 54:21
Awake time 44:30
34:27 since unplugged

Battery went from 22% to 11%

Android System 53%
Cell standby 17%
Display 14%
Bokeh wallpapers 10%
Phone idle 4%
Android OS 2%

During the 35 min I checked email a few times, read maybe 12 messages, 1 text read and 1 sent. Poked around system settings for 3 minutes. Put phone in pocket and did dishes. That's it.

Cell reception varies 85-100 at home (where I was at for this period). Work reception (where I was at for initial 10hr run is better (rarely reaching 90.)

Just switched to smoke active wallpaper. Although, Bokeh was high for this short run, but is usually 2-3% for me over full charge cycle.

My list of installed apps is in my sig link.

Current process list (and app that called them):
obex service (calendar)
touch input
gtalkservice (gmail voice)
syncservice (sync service)
transaction service (messages)
magic smoke (magic smoke wallpaper)
upload message service (HTC message uploader)
call log service (google voice)
monitorunread service (gmail unread count)
hcappwidgetservice (handcent)
batterylifeservice (battery life)
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UpTime: 9:58:02
AwakeTime: 2:56:49
UnpluggedTime: I dont know where to find this. I unplugged my phone as soon as i started this test.
Battery: 3%
Wifi: On (when home, i was home half the day and out for half)
GPS: Off
Bluetooth: On
Always on Mobile Data: I dont know what that is.
Sync: Dont know what that is.


Android System: 21%
Call Standy: 18%
Bluetooth: 17%
Camera: 16%
Phone Idle: 13%
Display: 8%
WiFi: 4%
Voice Calls: 3%


Hope that helps... I would really like to be able to go a full day without charging this phone, while being able to use it how I want. So far thats not the case, but hopefully it will be! I got the phone the day it came out and I have cycled it dead each day since then.
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UpTime: 9:58:02
AwakeTime: 2:56:49
UnpluggedTime: I dont know where to find this. I unplugged my phone as soon as i started this test.
Battery: 3%
Wifi: On (when home, i was home half the day and out for half)
GPS: Off
Bluetooth: On
Always on Mobile Data: I dont know what that is.
Sync: Dont know what that is.


Android System: 21%
Call Standy: 18%
Bluetooth: 17%
Camera: 16%
Phone Idle: 13%
Display: 8%
WiFi: 4%
Voice Calls: 3%


Hope that helps... I would really like to be able to go a full day without charging this phone, while being able to use it how I want. So far thats not the case, but hopefully it will be! I got the phone the day it came out and I have cycled it dead each day since then.
Thanks for the data. At a quick look, you look to be having worst battery life then others with comparable utilization numbers.

Now just have to figure out why.
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Uptime 54:21
Awake time 44:30
34:27 since unplugged

Battery went from 22% to 11%

Android System 53%
Cell standby 17%
Display 14%
Bokeh wallpapers 10%
Phone idle 4%
Android OS 2%

During the 35 min I checked email a few times, read maybe 12 messages, 1 text read and 1 sent. Poked around system settings for 3 minutes. Put phone in pocket and did dishes. That's it.

Cell reception varies 85-100 at home (where I was at for this period). Work reception (where I was at for initial 10hr run is better (rarely reaching 90.)

Just switched to smoke active wallpaper. Although, Bokeh was high for this short run, but is usually 2-3% for me over full charge cycle.

My list of installed apps is in my sig link.

Current process list (and app that called them):
obex service (calendar)
touch input
gtalkservice (gmail voice)
syncservice (sync service)
transaction service (messages)
magic smoke (magic smoke wallpaper)
upload message service (HTC message uploader)
call log service (google voice)
monitorunread service (gmail unread count)
hcappwidgetservice (handcent)
batterylifeservice (battery life)
Alright well it sounds to me like there is an app that is staying open and active upon using it... IE once you placed the phone to sleep and in your pocket, it didn't go into sleep mode as intended.

If you only checked a few emails etc. that should have taken what? 5 -10 minutes at most. Doesn't account for the extra 35 minutes of usage. Unfortunatly I am not 100% sure about how to go about discovering the application that's the culprit unless you're willing to go app by app. I will think on this some more and get back to you shortly. There has to be an easier way I'm just not seeing it at the moment.
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Alright well it sounds to me like there is an app that is staying open and active upon using it... IE once you placed the phone to sleep and in your pocket, it didn't go into sleep mode as intended.

If you only checked a few emails etc. that should have taken what? 5 -10 minutes at most. Doesn't account for the extra 35 minutes of usage. Unfortunatly I am not 100% sure about how to go about discovering the application that's the culprit unless you're willing to go app by app. I will think on this some more and get back to you shortly. There has to be an easier way I'm just not seeing it at the moment.
No problem. Despite the call quality issues and battery life I'm getting, I see tons of potential in the phone and will be going to Best Buy to see if I can get a replacement. If I do, I'll break the phone in the first few battery cycles completely stock and add apps after getting some baseline data.

Time to search the threads and see about backing up everything and what to do about paid apps.
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No problem. Despite the call quality issues and battery life I'm getting, I see tons of potential in the phone and will be going to Best Buy to see if I can get a replacement. If I do, I'll break the phone in the first few battery cycles completely stock and add apps after getting some baseline data.

Time to search the threads and see about backing up everything and what to do about paid apps.
Your paid apps are linked to your Google account so you can re download them for free on your new phones. Astro does an amazing job of backing up everything also I used it for my switch from Eris. Great Program
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Thanks for doing all this arich57 SEIDO 1750 is red text...black is OEM

Up Time: 11h 45m / 21h 18m
Awake Time: 3h 35m / 11h 39m
Unplugged Time: 11h 45m / 21h 18m
Batteries @ 14% BOTH
3G: On 75% / Off
WIFI: Off / On and off a lot
GPS: On 6m 21s / Off
Bluetooth: BOTH OFF
Always on mobile data: BOTH OFF

SYNC: When I want to... just mail 4-5 times a day
I also text quite a bit wonder why it doesn't show.

SEIDO:
Android system: 23% - 12m 31s cpu total
Cell Standby: 21% - 11h 33m 1% w/o signal
Phone Idle: 16% - 8h 46m
Maps: 14% - 3m 6s cpu total. GPS 6m 21s
Voicecalls: 11% - 34m 42s
Display: 7% - 2h 46m
RoboDefense: 5% - 1h 21m
Dialer: 3% - 48s cpu total




OEM Battery:
Android system: 29% - 11m 30s cpu total
Cell Standby: 24% - 7h 44m
Phone Idle: 13% - 5h 14m
Voice Calls: 9% - 20m 8s
Display: 9% - 2h 30m
RoboDefense: 7% - 1h 20m
Maps: 6% - 3m 30s
Wifi: 3% - 51m 11s


Hope all this helps have no idea what it all means I do feel like the SEIDO is giving me better life on the Inc....it really did boost my Eris battery life, but who knows I won't really know until I play with the batteries some more. I hope this OEM info is correct I had my better half write down this info!!
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Battery Level 71%


Cell Stand Bye 29%
Phone Idle 29%
Wi-Fi 19%
Android System 12%
Voice Calls 4%
Display 4%
Dialer 3%

Up Time 10:36:00
Awake 1:48:00
wow... mine is as follows

battery 54% left
7hrs 57 mins since unplugged
up time 10hrs 11 mins
awake time 1 hr 50mins

cell stand by 38%
phone idle 28%
android sys 20%
display 6%
voice calls 4%
maps 4%

wifi off, gps, off, always on data thing off, sync is on for 1 gmail account and weather every 3 hours i think, no live wallpaper,

and this was after hardly using the phone, i sent maybe 25 texts and was on a 10 minute call, looked at a 1 minute youtube video and googled lyrics, i know i still have half of a battery left...

but i have to say, my battery just seems to drop even if i dont do anything with the phone, i guess im just used to my iPhone 3GS that seemed to last forever, id surf the net all day / text and still have 30% or more from being used (8am-midnight/1am)
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More stats for you guys!

UpTime: 57:24:27
AwakeTime: 23:00:27
Battery %:2 %
Wifi: Off
GPS: On (for an hour)
Bluetooth: Off

Unplugged time: 1d 0h 0m 27s
cell standby: 28%
phone idle : 26%
android system :19 %
maps: 9%
voice calls: 9%
display: 5%
camera: 2%
dialer: 2%

8 hrs of this time was spent sleeping -- lost 7% battery charge overnight!)

usage pattern: less voice calls today. Only about 30 minutes or so throughout the day. Same amount of emails (40) and texts (15), but listened to more music (2 hrs), used gps (1 hour), more android market downloads (4), camera usage (4 pics or so), internet browsing, twittering with touiteur, used eBuddy IM in the background for half the night, etc.

All in all, not too shabby. Though I wasn't impressed when I got home 12 hours later (after unplugging at 6:35am yesterday morning) and my battery was at 38%, but I was using a lot throughout the day truthfully.

This is again from the Seidio extended battery (1750 mAh). I am going to run stock today and for the remainder of the week to do comparisons.

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Which one would you rather have. I have two of each of these batteries coming in over the next couple days . Got the seiduos from amazon in today and the oem tp2s from ebay for cheap. Any ideas on which work better from your experience.
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I just did not want to open the seidios if i did not have to since they were more expensive but would like to keep the better performing ones, which ever ones that may be, was looking for input on both from anyone who may have used both
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UpTime: 57:24:27
AwakeTime: 23:00:27
Battery %:2 %
Wifi: Off
GPS: On (for an hour)
Bluetooth: Off

Unplugged time: 1d 0h 0m 27s
cell standby: 28%
phone idle : 26%
android system :19 %
maps: 9%
voice calls: 9%
display: 5%
camera: 2%
dialer: 2%

8 hrs of this time was spent sleeping -- lost 7% battery charge overnight!)

usage pattern: less voice calls today. Only about 30 minutes or so throughout the day. Same amount of emails (40) and texts (15), but listened to more music (2 hrs), used gps (1 hour), more android market downloads (4), camera usage (4 pics or so), internet browsing, twittering with touiteur, used eBuddy IM in the background for half the night, etc.

All in all, not too shabby. Though I wasn't impressed when I got home 12 hours later (after unplugging at 6:35am yesterday morning) and my battery was at 38%, but I was using a lot throughout the day truthfully.

This is again from the Seidio extended battery (1750 mAh). I am going to run stock today and for the remainder of the week to do comparisons.

Thanks!
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Thanks. Pretty impressive. Glad you reminded me if was a 1750 battery.
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Hello! We have had good reports from users who saw a very noticeable improvements over their stock batteries. Of course, the amount of total gains varies depends on users, but I think you will be very happy with the upgrade!

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