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Old February 12th, 2012, 07:26 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi to All

I have bought a Micromax A75 just 4 days before.

Battery keep on running out quickly. It no longer last more than 5 hours.

I even tried installing the app "Advanced Task Killer " and set that to frequent kill.

I am noticing some of the apps that are not uninstallable and also keep on starting even though task killer does its job.
I even tried Stopping its services but still auto starting.

Apps like Facebook, twitter, sawn, ebuddy etc.,

Bluetooth Proximity keep on showing even though Bluetooth turned OFF.

It's frustrating for me
- after a long time struggle I saved a bits of money every month to get smartphone with full features.

Can anybody help me on this battery problem?

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Old February 12th, 2012, 07:30 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Update your phone and install juice defender.
- Keep the brightness at half or below.
- Switch off haptic feedback.
- Turn off wi-fi and gps when not in use.
- use static background and not live one.

You should ideally see a boost in ur battery life.

Hope this helps.
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Hi Rahul,

How to update this phone?

Will install juice defender now

Switched Haptic feedback

WiFi rarely use, GPS always OFF

Only static background had.

Will check installing juice defender and send you feed back

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Hi Rahul,

How to update this phone?

Will install juice defender now

Switched Haptic feedback

WiFi rarely use, GPS always OFF

Only static background had.

Will check installing juice defender and send you feed back

Thanks, Will try n reply to you
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@Krishx
Use of task killers worsen ur battery life
Not a good point to start saving battery
There are many fantastic workarounds but needs root
I will post if i find anything for non-rooted phones
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@Krishx
Use of task killers worsen ur battery life
Not a good point to start saving battery
There are many fantastic workarounds but needs root
I will post if i find anything for non-rooted phones
+1 !
task killers **** up the phone !
instead i found Autorun Manager available in both pro and free !
it will stop the programs you do not want to automatically start in the beginning !
also it constantly manages them also ! any ways the name suggests everything
best part even available for non-root users but will suggest you to use the pro version (available in market ,, not very expensive !) that also stops auto restarting programs .
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Thanks to ALL, Will give a try with above suggestions for 2 or 3 days and reply

Meanwhile is there any OS fixes for this phone to solve battery drain?

Unable to uninstall the preloaded apps?
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Those bloatwares cant be uninstalled widout rooting.
Never user task killers
Try to reduce screen brightness as min as possible.
Check wifi slp policy
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Hi to All

Thanks for all your suggestions

After calling the micromax customer care, last week - I got a OS update for my micromax A75 from Micromax Service Center.

Now I am seeing bit more battery stability than earlier.

Earlier I need to charge twice in a day. Now Once a day.

But if we use WIFI to browse Android Market or Sites, It draining battery quickly but manageable for now.
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Hi to All

Thanks for all your suggestions

After calling the micromax customer care, last week - I got a OS update for my micromax A75 from Micromax Service Center.

Now I am seeing bit more battery stability than earlier.

Earlier I need to charge twice in a day. Now Once a day.

But if we use WIFI to browse Android Market or Sites, It draining battery quickly but manageable for now.
Nice to hear it

But you could have done it sitting at home

Here we have everything (+more) what those mmx ppl can ever do in the software stuff
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