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Google Voice and Juice Defender


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  1. madformoney

    madformoney New Member This Topic's Starter

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    I just got juice defender and I liked the increases battery life that it gave me, but I also use Google Voice. So I was wondering if Juice Defender would effect Google Voice at all? (Like delay notifications or I wouldn't receive calls)
     

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  2. The K-Zoo Kid

    The K-Zoo Kid Well-Known Member

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    I use both, doesnt seem to be any different
     
  3. irishtexmex

    irishtexmex Well-Known Member

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    Bump. Flame me all you want, but I've googled this to oblivion and haven't seen any answers other than a few anecdotal, single sentence-answers.

    My understanding is that GV uses data to receive it's notifications and texts. If Juice Defender has disabled both wifi and data (say i haven't looked at my phone for an hour) will that prevent my phone from notifying me of any incoming messages?
     
  4. regression

    regression Well-Known Member

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    I would think your messages would be delayed. I don't use Juice Defender a lot, but if I do turn it on, I switch the Google Voice app to not notify me of new messages and turn on text forwarding to my cell phone.
     
  5. takeshi

    takeshi Well-Known Member

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    Yes.

    Though you could work around this by enabling SMS forwarding. Messages sent/received this way are, however, billable.
     

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