[B]$20 bucks for anyone that successfully helps me[/B]


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  1. laker666

    laker666 Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    i need to get my battery lasting 20+ hours. who ever helps me do this will receive a crisp $20 bill from me. what i need is the instructions step by step with pictures if possible. i have BH_MANs final rom, and i am familiar with odin, but when it comes to adb and any of this other stuff i am a complete noob. hope to hear from ya thanks
     

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    jdmfa5 Well-Known Member

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    Follow the steps here:

    1.
    Set Up ADB/USB Drivers
    2.
    Download this to computer: BH_Man's Batterystats.bin.

    3. Open Command Prompt and type the following code:
    Code (Text):
    1. cd\
    2. cd androidsdk\tools
    3. adb devices (make sure it shows SGH T-939 device)
    4. adb push ( location of batterstats.bin e.i.: c:\batterystats.bin) /data/system
    5. exit
    ***Phone should be fully charged preferably off before you open command prompt and pushing the file.

    Any questions search first but this should get you what you need. There should be any need to re-boot, but it doesn't hurt.
     
  3. laker666

    laker666 Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    on code lines 3 and 4 of step 3 do i write all that you have written?
     
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    jdmfa5 Well-Known Member

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    on line 3 just check to see if it shows SGH t-939 device after you press enter

    on line 4 you'll type adb push C:\ or where ever the file is located followed by /data/system

    also after each line of code press enter
     
  5. laker666

    laker666 Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    cool. well as soon as i finish charging my phone ill give it a go and if im not to dumb to figure it out, well then you sir have won $20 :)
     
  6. jdmfa5

    jdmfa5 Well-Known Member

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    cool, sounds good. it's pretty easy, however if you have issues installing the drivers or anything USB related uninstall the driver or try another USB port. It might get frustrating, but keep trying and don't give up it will be rewarding in the end. How do you plan on giving me the $20?
     
  7. laker666

    laker666 Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    ill mail it to ya or paypal...


    when i run it all i can get is
    C:\

    anything else i type in says
    the system can not find the path specified
    an
     
  8. laker666

    laker666 Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    can i be on a custom rom?
     
  9. drawoh

    drawoh Active Member

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    put in quotation marks for other locations
     
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    laker666 Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    like i said complete noob....not sure what that means
     
  11. drawoh

    drawoh Active Member

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    "C:\Users\asdfa\Desktop\file name" for example. i think that works, i usually just move the file in C:\ cause im too lazy to type in all that stuff haha
     
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    shawnpeck Well-Known Member

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    Is the command prompt on a computer with the phone plugged in? If so, does it need to be in debugging mode? Or is this done using Superuser on the phone itself?
     
  13. jdmfa5

    jdmfa5 Well-Known Member

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    Cool.

    Easiest way, download or move the batterystats.bin to the C:\ Drive and type the following
    Code (Text):
    1. adb push C:\batterystats.bin /data/system
    make sure the batterystats.bin is spelled and formated the same way the file name is (so if the file in the C:\ drive is spelled BatteryStats.bin then when you type the code you have to use C:\BatteryStats.bin or else you'll come up with an error.
    Paypal address is dpcc01_paypal@sbcglobal.net.
     
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    jdmfa5 Well-Known Member

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    done in command prompt with debugging mode checked.
     
  15. laker666

    laker666 Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    i didnt forget you guys....just still cant figure it out. sorry
     
  16. jdmfa5

    jdmfa5 Well-Known Member

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    what can't you figure out? also check this site out for more help Behold 2 How To's. If you have any questions. let me know and I'll see how I can help more.
     
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    derrickps3 Well-Known Member

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    lol $20
     
  18. shawnpeck

    shawnpeck Well-Known Member

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    How do I know if it worked? This is all I got after doing it:

    C:\androidsdk\tools>
    C:\androidsdk\tools>adb push c:\batterystats.bin /data/system
    221 KB/s (0 bytes in 21244.000s)

    C:\androidsdk\tools>
     
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    euph_22 Well-Known Member

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    delete

    This is not the post your looking for...move along.
     
  20. jdmfa5

    jdmfa5 Well-Known Member

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    There's really not a confirmation, just test it. Try not to use the phone for the next two days and if you need to charge the phone by the end of the second day you're good and it works. I'm averaging 45 hrs with light to moderate use (running beautiful widgets, wireless network on, gps off, bluetooth on, 10-15 sms/mms, exchange mail set to push, fb widget) and 24 hrs with the aforementioned along with about 2-3 hrs of voice.

    However your mileage may vary.
     
  21. shawnpeck

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    cool thanks man

    EDIT: Actually, I was browsing the phone's files and found batterystats.bin in the /data/system folder. Does that mean it was ADDED or did it REPLACE a file with the same name?
     

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