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Aria Review: Intomobile.com

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by RocketRay, Aug 7, 2010.

  1. RocketRay

    RocketRay Newbie
    Thread Starter

    Pretty decent review of the Aria. Guy gets better battery life than I do:

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  2. AndrewAmazed

    AndrewAmazed Newbie

    seriously. Wish my battery life was as good as he claims... =/
     
  3. anika200

    anika200 Member

    I had the same thoughts about battery life and I found a pretty easy solution. All I did was go into the email account settings for each email address I use and change the refresh time. This has increased my battery standby life from one day to 3 days without a charge. You just need to change the refresh time for each account to 4 hrs and you will get at least 2 days battery life. It worked for me. Some email accounts I have set to check daily. Your mileage may vary but really there are no batteries made that will do what we want at the moment.
     
  4. hemster

    hemster Lurker

    When I first got my Aria, I was getting 3 days with the battery. After three or so weeks, I downloaded Advanced Task Killer. For the next 2 weeks, I barley got through 24 hours with my battery. I deleted ATK a week ago, and have been getting 3 days once again. It seems that the app was killing the battery.
     
  5. Zino_BeholdII

    Zino_BeholdII Newbie

    What do you mean ATK ?
     
  6. RocketRay

    RocketRay Newbie
    Thread Starter

    ATK = Advanced Task Killer

    I'm trying something different. I'm keeping it, but I'm having it kill itself when I use it, instead of letting it stay in the background. Will report after a couple days w/ results.
     
  7. dh4645

    dh4645 Member

    you are supposed to kill ATK when you kill the rest of the apps.
    it doesnt take any longer to start it up again from scratch than it would keeping it open all the time.
     

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The HTC Aria release date was June 2010. Features and Specs include a 3.2" inch screen, 5MP camera, 384GB RAM, Snapdragon S1 processor, and 1200mAh battery.

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