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[Fixed]awake time and up time

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by rayla117, Nov 28, 2009.

  1. rayla117

    rayla117 Member
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    i know i may sound stupid but whatis awake time and up time? thanks!
     

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    up time 121hrs, awake time 26hrs (22%)
    mine usually hovers between 15-25%
     
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    up time is the time since your phone was last turned off. awake time is the amount of time your phone is actively being used.
     
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    Exactly
     
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    what is good and what is bad for awake time and up time?
     
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    Uhh.... whatever you see fit..??
    It just shows how long your phone have been on and how long its been on and used
     
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    i guess my question is, should i be turning my phone off every so often to reset it? or what should i do to ensure my phone is running at top performance. i just got my phone tuesday and it's taking some getting used to ( had a blackberry 8330 before this ).
     
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    Id say reset every couple days and clear the cache of some of your apps weekly to ensure top performance
     
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    how do i clear the cache? and what apps would i need to be focusing on? thanks :)
     
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    Go to settings>applications>manage apps>press menu>select sort by size and then click on each of the top ones and go to cache and clear it. im not really sure which ones to focus one but i clear browser the most. credit to whoever pointed this out in a different thread lol
     
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