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  1. kaylacummins

    kaylacummins New Member This Topic's Starter

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    do you know how to extend the droid eris battery life? im sure that everyone has a lot of forums on this but im new to this website and i dont really know how to find what im looking for so if anyone could please give me some tips i would appreciate it. :)
     

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  2. Steven58

    Steven58 Reformed PH VIP Member

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    Welcome To Android Forums! :) I'm going to move this query from intros to the evo forum and allow the kind folks, there, help you out. Glad you're here! :) :) :)
     
  3. funkyfender

    funkyfender Well-Known Member

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    How long is your battery lasting currently?
     
  4. Nnnnr12

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    Mine used to do that to.
    1. You can install advanced task killer

    2.Put screen to backlight never.,And manually turn it off with end key.
     
  5. funkyfender

    funkyfender Well-Known Member

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    Task Killers aren't going to have a huge impact on your battery life unless you have an application that isn't shutting down right. (Some argue that it even makes it worse.) Personally, I noticed virtually no difference between using ATK and not.

    Some obvious tips:
    Turn off GPS/WiFi/Bluetooth when you aren't using them
    Turn down the screen brightness
    Alter the rates at which applications check for updates

    I'd also suggest checking what is using your battery in the settings menu. If you live in an area with poor signal, that will kill your battery. You could also root your phone and set it to underclock when the processor isn't in use.

    There's also the option of purchasing an extended battery such as those from seidio.
    http://www.seidioonline.com/category-s/3982.htm
     

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