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Horrible battery life with Cyanogenmod RC1

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by SprintFun, Aug 4, 2010.

  1. SprintFun

    SprintFun Android Expert
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    I've had it for about a week now, and hoped it would get better, but it's just been atrocious. Much much worse than my stock rom ever was. I'm out of ideas. Does anybody know the latest radio version that CM will work with? They say "install the latest radios" but I have no clue where/what radios those are. Hopefully that will be something to help me.

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  2. Mr. Monkey

    Mr. Monkey Member

  3. mattpsx2

    mattpsx2 Member

    I was also getting bad life and then switched to fresh. I think it had to do with me having the Nova screen instead of the Epson. There were some compatibility issues that I read about. I can't find the thread right now, but that might be the case for you.
  4. exBBuser

    exBBuser Android Expert

    I'm not having any battery problems I'm runinng RC1 2
  5. Unclm311

    Unclm311 Member

    When I was on stock I didn't have to worry about the battery life, but on CM6 RC1 it's awful, I do everything I can to save the battery and it still almost dies before I get home from work.

    I'm on CM6 RC1 with Snap v4.1 Kernel (v4 was really unstable for me)
  6. Cru

    Cru Member

    I run Fresh 3.1 and disabled all syncs except weather and get insane battery life. I leave wifi connected when I'm at home. Usually around 40 hours per charge with light-moderate usage. Might wanna try a different rom and see what you think.
  7. MDbandit

    MDbandit Well-Known Member

    40 hours on the stock battery?
  8. One Beast

    One Beast Android Enthusiast

    Has to be on a Extended cause i get about 12Hours of light Moderate use on fresh wit the stock Battery
  9. flukeSG2

    flukeSG2 Well-Known Member

    Nah, read what he said, he uses Wifi at home, I do the same thing and I'm on fresh .02 still and I get about 40 hours battery when using wifi, really saves the battery life.
  10. LS1

    LS1 Well-Known Member

    Also on fresh, split between WiFi and 3G depending on where I am (I use Y5). Never have a battery issue. GPS, BT always on.

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