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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by golanster, Dec 23, 2010.

  1. golanster

    golanster Well-Known Member
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    Hello
    I had installed jc6 with gaosp and the battery lasted for about 10 hours
    i thought that the battery was bad so i let my carrier test it
    They told me that the battyis ok and they installed iil2 with 1.5
    now the battery last 4 days
    Should i install gaosp over iil2?
    Do i have to use jc6?
    Will gaosp drain my battery faster?
     

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  2. DaSchmarotzer

    DaSchmarotzer Blame it on me
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    I don't think changing the baseband version is going to change anything about battery life.

    I'm also getting lousy battery life (a little more than a day) with the latest nightly. With Galaxo it would last 3 days using the same settings.

    I'm curious to read what others are going to say.
     
  3. golanster

    golanster Well-Known Member
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    I forgot to mention that before i sent it to my carrier. I installed 1.5 and trued it for
    r a couple of days and the battery was dead in less then 10 hours too
     
  4. Lelouch

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    No battery problems here, it lasts more than 4 days.
    One time it got drained in a couple of hours - forgot to turn off Wi-Fi. :p

    Btw, I did O/C the processor to 192 - 678 MHz.
     
  5. golanster

    golanster Well-Known Member
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    Hi, what version are you using? Jc6?
    should i turn the wifi all the time?
    i saw the change log today and drakaz wrote the wifi drain issue is fixed
     
  6. Lelouch

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    Now go for GAOSP Beta 3, and do a full wipe in Recovery.
    And it's JC6 baseband.

    P.S: now I'm gonna try testing the GAOSP Beta 3 version. :p
     
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