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  1. gigavic27

    gigavic27 Well-Known Member
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    Are there any ways I can conserve my battery power on my lg optimus gt540 cuz I am charging my phone every few hours.

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  2. Rooferkev

    Rooferkev Well-Known Member

    get an app killer and turn off wifi, gps etc when your not using them
  3. dudeman1996

    dudeman1996 Android Expert

    Don't use task killers - they drain your battery even more because its disrupting how Android works, the programs you 'kill' will just be opened back up again by Android which takes up more battery juice.

    To conserve battery, you can turn off Wi-Fi, GPS, turn down the brightness, turn off auto sync if not needed (Settings>Accounts & Sync>Auto Sync), background data if you don't want apps to use the internet when your not using them (Settings>Accounts & Sync>Background Data leave it on if you want push notifications like for Facebook, Twitter, GMail etc.), use Settings>About Phone>Battery Usage to check what is using your battery and uninstall/change the app settings for it, if you don't have a strong signal the phone uses up more energy trying to get a stronger signal, so if you have a weak signal, and you don't need a signal then enable airplane mode.

    Hope this helps! :D
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  4. gigavic27

    gigavic27 Well-Known Member
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    I just foumd a way to save battery use airplane mode. I turned it on when my phone was on 95% battery and it stayed like that from 9:00-3:00! When I turned ot off it went back 2 normal few hour charge thing. Hope this helped :):):):)

LG Optimus (GT540) Forum

The LG Optimus (GT540) release date was June 2010. Features and Specs include a 3.0" inch screen, 3MP camera, 156GB RAM, processor, and 1500mAh battery.

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