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Old September 13th, 2012, 05:38 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Angry Power Saver feature auto disables itself

Whenever i enable the power saver feature ehich is virtually daily ,when i look at me phone throughout the day,the power saver feature has been auto disabled from time to time,then i have to re-enable it. Very annoying. It does suspend the feature when its charging and powered on which makes sense,but the fact that i have to keep enabling it every now and then is very frustrating. Can any one help?? Thank u in advance. Yes my phone is rooted. Working perfectly

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check at what percentage point do you have it come on i have mine set to immediately
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Old September 13th, 2012, 09:33 PM   #3 (permalink)
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mine is also set to immediately. I have another thread i posted about the battery level percentage being displayed incorrectly as well. It will say 100% for hours and hours,then after a reboot it will display the correct obviously almost dead 35-40% battery level. Its like the gui doesnt get updated properly until you relaunch the entire phone and reset the sensor that measures the battery level.
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Old September 13th, 2012, 09:53 PM   #4 (permalink)
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I would suggest a cache wipe as well as a dalvik cache wipe
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Old September 13th, 2012, 10:10 PM   #5 (permalink)
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I would suggest a cache wipe as well as a dalvik cache wipe
how the hell would we do this without cwm
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power saver is pointless...just disable auto sync..turn off bluetooth...have the brightness turned all the way down and the front key lights off all the time...and then you don't have to worry about it turning off or on...
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how the hell would we do this without cwm
Rom Toolbox...

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there's a lot of ways to do that actually..

CWM let's you do it from recovery...that's all
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My best suggestion is to download V6Supercharger, run the cache cleaner option from within that. Again, just my two cents.
You might also try running the die hard battery calibration script.
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hold on hold on people,i am fully rooted and very knowledgable about android phones. the power saver feature is awesome and works great bc it not only conserves power properly but simplifies individually setting those options to restricted display times and brightnesses every time i want to save power. anyways. i can and always do daily cache wipes and have cleaned the dalvik cache many times with titanium backup and only once it found one unnecessary file and cleaned it.. Still happens very often. In fact it happened today. this could be a bug with ice cream sandwich itself for there are many bugs with all android operating systems. But i do want to personally thank all of you for commenting on this thread!
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hold on hold on people,i am fully rooted and very knowledgable about android phones. the power saver feature is awesome and works great bc it not only conserves power properly but simplifies individually setting those options to restricted display times and brightnesses every time i want to save power. anyways. i can and always do daily cache wipes and have cleaned the dalvik cache many times with titanium backup and only once it found one unnecessary file and cleaned it.. Still happens very often. In fact it happened today. this could be a bug with ice cream sandwich itself for there are many bugs with all android operating systems. But i do want to personally thank all of you for commenting on this thread!
i get your point if you have options on your phones you should be able to use them. i started a thread about all the bugs on this phone and there are a lot of them. please check out my thread when you have time thanks.
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i started a thread about all the bugs on this phone and there are a lot of them. please check out my thread when you have time thanks.
I link would be most helpful-I see a few that you had started about problems.
Do you have a main one for the issues
Should probably add it to the Faq or ATR guide if you do
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I link would be most helpful-I see a few that you had started about problems.
Do you have a main one for the issues
Should probably add it to the Faq or ATR guide if you do
i did but the thread is dead now it got way out of hand. i must also admit i do not understand how to do that but it would be helpful in the future. if could explain the process to me that would be great thanks.
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i did but the thread is dead now it got way out of hand. i must also admit i do not understand how to do that but it would be helpful in the future. if could explain the process to me that would be great thanks.
Yeah I know about the one thread-had it taken care of for you
In the non rooted section the FAQ thread is just a collection of typical user issues/battery saving ideas/ect.
If you recall all the individual issue you have encountered since having your Motion just start a new thread with each individual problem you may have had and the thread can be for problem solving purposes. Then as everyone finds solutions everyone can benefit from it.
I can add it to the FAQ section for you. If there are root specific issues then another thread would be in order on that side to add to the ATR guide.
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