Hibernate (Alarm)Support


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  1. Djolle

    Djolle Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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  2. MichaelW

    MichaelW Well-Known Member

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    Surely this is just going to be the same as putting the phone in "airplane mode"?
     
  3. Djolle

    Djolle Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Yes and besides it kill all non-vital apps and services on phone except alarm app... So, it will surely wake you in the morning.

    I suppose... :eek:
     
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    Djolle Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Well, as I promise before, this is my findings and they are good, very good.

    Yesterday late evening, it was a perfect time to try this Hibernate (Alarm) program because my phone was full (100%) charged. Removed from a/c adaptor, start hibernate and go to bed.

    After 9 hours, phone alarm wake me up, so I start to roll out from hibernate and my battery was still on 100%!!! :eek:

    I definately suggest to all of you to try it. It will make the difference from evening to morning... regarding battery consuption.
     
  5. MichaelW

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    Try the same test just using Airplane mode ;)
     

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