galaxy S - Cell standbySupport


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  1. alintatoc

    alintatoc Active Member This Topic's Starter

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    Hi everybody

    I have some questions regarding my battery...

    Cell standby : 34%
    Display: 31%
    Phone idle: 17
    Voice calls: 17

    Where is the cell standby coming from and does this configuration look ok to you?

    Any ideas?
     

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  2. caesey

    caesey Well-Known Member

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    Cell standby is your mobile network signal. The lower the reception quality, the more battery it consumes.
     
  3. alintatoc

    alintatoc Active Member This Topic's Starter

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    That's strange, because I have max lines in the upper bar....
     
  4. beer-in-box

    beer-in-box Well-Known Member

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    I've never seen a picture like this on my Galaxy S.
    Display, Phone idle, Voice calls are what I get. The most power is consumed by display. I saw Cell standby a couple of times, but never more than %20.
    I have 2 phones, and I do the talking on the other device. Maybe that's why I get something like that and you get something like this?
     
  5. goyal.sanchit

    goyal.sanchit Well-Known Member

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    I use my phone very less for calls. Thats why most of the times "Cell standby" uses high %age of battery which is disappointing because even though I may not use the phone the battery die quickly because of stand by. From my experience I have noticed that If I dont do anything on the phone it would still loose about 1% battery in 1 hour.


    Thats means the phone would be dead on stand by in just 4 days.
     
  6. beer-in-box

    beer-in-box Well-Known Member

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    Actually, some say that 4 days on stand by is more than enough for the smart phones. But if you want a longer usage, you might try a better battery. With better, I mean with more power. I'm not native English speaker, word just didn't come :D
     
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    rynlpin Well-Known Member

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    Are you on 2.1 by any chance?
     
  8. goyal.sanchit

    goyal.sanchit Well-Known Member

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    I dont have much of a issue with phone lasting just 4 days. But since the company claim "750 hours on standby" its disappointing that is doesnt even last more than 100 hours on standby.
     
  9. beer-in-box

    beer-in-box Well-Known Member

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    You have a point on that. Really. I though half of 750 hours is 375 hours, let's make that 350 hours, this is more than 10 days so let's make it 5 days, it is good! But I charge it once in two days(I use it as a modem :) )
     
  10. alintatoc

    alintatoc Active Member This Topic's Starter

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    caesey Well-Known Member

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    Well, if you thought that was bad, check out the upcoming Nexus S:

    Nexus S ? The new Android phone from Google

    Standby time is approx 18 days on 3G & 30 days on 2G! And we are dealing with almost the same specs here, 1500 mAH battery, Super AMOLED, 1Ghz Cortex processor, etc.
     
  12. alintatoc

    alintatoc Active Member This Topic's Starter

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    18 and 30 days? :confused:
     

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