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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Harish Harris, Jun 4, 2011.

  1. Harish Harris

    Harish Harris Well-Known Member
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    Does the Juice Defender app really help in improving battery life of your phone? anybody using it? Is it really good for the phone?

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  2. R898713

    R898713 Lurker

    Bought an HTC Sensation last week, which has only half a day of battery life at best. Juice Defender more than doubled this and is working fine. Given a few more tweaks, I think I could get in excess of a day and a half of power.

    It has some nice features, like scheduling connection, choosing Wi-Fi over data (if connected to a Wi-Fi net), switching to aircraft mode at night (scheduled), connecting when you unlock the screen (on the assumption you're about to do some data work), etc.

    Overall, I'd recommend it.
  3. Harish Harris

    Harish Harris Well-Known Member
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    Hmm, so juice defender does improve battery life of the phone.
    But my doubt is whether it will affect the performance of the phone by consuming more RAM or whether it will affect the phone in any other way :thinking:
  4. seemanta

    seemanta Lurker

    I was using Juide defender on my LG Optimus One. It definitely saves battery, but sometimes switches on the Airplane mode without intimating. That can be a little irritating. Hence uninstalled it.
  5. vijaykirann

    vijaykirann Lurker

    Guess you have enabled the mobile data autofix in "About" screen disable and try it..
  6. lrboylin

    lrboylin Newbie

    i have used JD and it did help but the one thing that might put people off is that it is not a user freindly app, it does take a bit of setting up.
    I have now switched to green power and this does pretty much the same job as it controls when and how long to connect to wifi/mobile data connections etc although it does lack a few of the features of JD but it is better on the RAM consumed.

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