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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by AndroidHaCks, Dec 19, 2012.

  1. AndroidHaCks

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    So here i have a few tips to keep your Rise running at optimal performance, and saving as much battery as possible.

    1. Obvious: Turn your brightness down!! This will save a ton of battery.

    2. Turn off mobile data when not using it. This will also save a lot of battery. To do so, go to Setting, Data Usage, then toggle the data off at the top right hand corner.

    3. Back out of apps, don't use the home button. The home button keeps apps running in the background, using up a ton of RAM and just slowing the phone down.

    4. Close apps using the multitasking button. You can do this by opening up the multitasking menu, and then swiping either left or right on an app. This free's up RAM, thus keeping your phone speedy.

    5. Turn off Haptic Feedback, and Vibrate on Keypress. The phone's vibrator kills battery. This will save a good bit of battery.

    These are just some basic tips to keep you running smoothly. Feel free to comment down below what you do to keep your Rise running smoothly and saving battery! :)
     

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    Where do I find Haptic Feedback setting?
     
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    Settings / sound, there is also one under the keyboard settings.
     
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    I found there's another to save battery. If you root your phone, kill the Google+ app. It doesn't waste battery on my tablet, but on the phone, it was using 60-80% of my battery in the battery viewer, even in standby.
     
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    Better, if you don't use it like me just remove it as bloat. :)
     
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    Yeah... I should've said remove, not kill. I uninstalled it from the phone. Saved about 12MB in the system partition to integrate other apps.
     
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