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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Danny1st, Mar 18, 2011.

  1. Danny1st

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    Newbie here, and if this has already been addressed, again sorry.

    I recently flashed official froyo and was very impressed with the new battery life... However, I seem to have done something to reduce it dramatically. I add and remove apps on a regular basis so if its an app I'm not sure which one is to blame? Is there any way to determine the drain a specific app is pulling from the battery. I just installed juice defender, but the battery life is not even close to what I was getting after the update. Any and all suggestions are appreciated in advanced.
     

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    Settings - About Phone - Battery Use

    What shows up?

    EDIT: Which version did you flash? Did you use the update.zip file, or the full 200 MB Odin flash version?
     
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    I used update.zip. In the battery info settings it just breaks it up into phone idle, display, and stand-by... The display is taking up the majority of course and I am well versed in the TWS airplane toggle... But why the great battery life for a couple weeks to just a few hours on average use. Looking for a way to isolate an app by battery drain (processor) usage? Does such thing exists?
     
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    You can look under running services? Settings, Applications, Running Services. At least you can see what is running in the background...

    Otherwise, you may want to try an Odin flash to the full version of 2.2.1...
     

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