Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by vtroid5, Aug 17, 2010.
Moderate use a few hours of wifi and a bit of navigation as well....
This is at 30%
I'll post mine when I get home from work today.
50% after 16m??????
50% after only 16M unplugged....did you plug it in and only let it charge to 50%?
Naw, that's just what overclocking does
I'm sure there is something wrong there. There is no way a fully charged phone could be discharged 50% in 17 minutes.
haha no.. i was putting files onto my sdcard and i saw this thread..so i unplugged, took a screenshot of it..
My DX died before I could grab a screen shot, but after underclocking my CPU at screen off idle to 300MHz I was able to pull a full 36 hours between charging. Loving the battery on this phone now that I have full control over almost everything.
I am a newby to my droid. Only a couple of days. How do you get to this screen everyone showing?
I've noticed irregularities with the "hours since unplugged" here too. Sometimes it's accurate, sometimes not. I'm not overclocking.
FWIW, I had over 3-1/2 days unplugged (15%) with about an hours use of my phone.
the phone has to be rooted, and there are apps you can get, such as "ShootMe, drocap, and screenshot"
Thanks...That's what I was wondering....
opps. i'm stupid.
apparently i caint reed too gud.
Spare Parts has a lot of battery stats too.
How to take screenshots on the Motorola DROID X - Know Your Cell
oh hey, i didnt even think about using the DDMS. thanks for the info! i'm sure a lot of folks who dont wanna root will find this useful.
why is it that for me the top is always calls, and it seems that batt goes down 10% every call? Is there some setting I need to mess with?
My biggest drain is Cell Standby, followed by Display.
For you and others like you with a high Cell Standby %, update your PRL. This can improve your battery life, cell reception and call clarity, though admittedly only when not on a VZW tower.
how do you take a screenshot?
had mines for a week and i am getting at least 24 hours with casual use. although i noticed the drop from 40% to 15% is pretty sudden. i never see it at 20% or 30%. and then it will be stuck at 15% for awhile..
Am I the only one who thinks these screens and the comparison are a waste of time? Correct me if in wrong but these percentage relate to the battery used, not percentage of time since unplugged. Therefore just because a display percentage is high means nothing. I'd be more interested in knowing how long your screen is on as that is the biggest battery killer, I doubt the people with 24hr battery lifes have their screen on for more than two or three hours tops.