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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by EpicFan, Dec 6, 2010.

  1. EpicFan

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    Anyone else notice the horrible battery loss with the new upgrade to fRoYo?! I literally used my phone to browse the web and send a few text messages for about 20 mins and it dropped 48%. Any recommendations?
     

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    I've actually noticed an increase in battery life over the course of today. I don't know what to tell you other than it probably wasn't just Froyo that did it to you.
     
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    I've noticed that the battery life is about the same as the Baked Snack Ultimate kernel which says a lot! You may want to do a odin flash to DK28.
     
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    Not really. I unplugged my charger at 6:15 this morning. It is 2:21 now and I'm still @ 45%.
     
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    I also have poor battery life
     
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    I would take any battery activity with a grain of salt until you install the 'official' release from sprint if/when it's released to the masses.

    Also, regardless of OS version, it sounds like something major is wrong if your battery acts that way....

    Later,

    Matt!
     
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    I would suggest re-calibrating your battery....
     
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    How pray tell, do you re-calibrate your battery?
    Cheers,
    Colby
     
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    Run your battery out as low as possible.
    Recharge using a slow charger (USB port on your computer) with the phone off.

    Repeat

    Viola!
     

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