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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by pac0naut, Sep 14, 2010.

  1. pac0naut

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    COO of a small family run company... I sell copier
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    Ok, so I broke down and got Juice Defender last night. Not seeing a noticeable difference really. Did a bump recharge yesterday on the battery. Are there any setting I should know about that I'm just not finding or seeing?

    Also, when I had a Samsung Jack, WiFi used to destroy my battery life. Can I expect the same with the Captivate, or is it better to have it turned on and connected?
     

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    Wow....nobody?
     
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    Hi there, i use Juicedefender as well and it seems to do well conserving battery(and data).

    Here is basically how i have mine:
    Always give wifi a chance to connect over 3g
    When locked, disable wifi and 3g(i think this is the big saver)
    Turn on wifi/3g every 15 or 30 mins for 1 min to "sync"
    Completely have all data off between 12am and 6am

    This essentially allows normal usage when unlocked and then just periodic checks when locked.
     
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