Cell Standby Eating PowerSupport


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  1. Xaven

    Xaven Member This Topic's Starter

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    OK guys ive done alot searching and didnt find to much specific information on this problem for the droid x so here it goes.

    I went to bed last night at 90% and woke up with 30% battery left. This is the second time this has happened. I went to the battery manager and it was cell standby that ate most of the power. 49% to be exact. I have good 3GS service at my house. I dont have a live wall paper or alot of widgets that should drain the phone over night. I am not running a task killer.

    Has any body had this problem on your X and if so whats the fix?

    Thanks guys

    PS. This forum is amazing and has totally made my first droid experience awesome. thanks again!
     

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  2. binary visions

    binary visions Well-Known Member

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    If you click on the cell standby line item, what's the amount next to "Time without a signal"?

    If it's high, that could easily be eating all of your battery. Could also be hurting it if you have a weak/fluctuating signal where the phone sits at night.
     
  3. Xaven

    Xaven Member This Topic's Starter

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    Ill have to check that in the morning since i plugged the phone in since and it resets the info. I also tried the airplane mode on/off reboot trick? maybe it will help. I did screen shot the actual percentage just not the time with out signal.

    Thanks!
     
  4. binary visions

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    No problem.

    Frankly, I plug my phone in every night. Since I first bought a smartphone a bit over 2 years ago, I've come to grips with the fact that a nightly charge is part of owning one - at least, with my usage patterns.

    Also, if you have a low/fluctuating/no signal at night, make sure you do the *228, prompt 2 trick which will reprogram your roaming data.
     
  5. reallykool

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    can you explain what roaming does?
     
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