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Root Juice Defender?

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by aceofspades626, Jan 4, 2012.

  1. aceofspades626

    aceofspades626 Well-Known Member
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    Anyone running Juice Defender on their rooted NT?
    Have you seen any benefit? I love it on my phone, but it seems the greatest benefits are in managing the constant need for data communication a phone has. That makes me wonder if it'd even do any good here...
     

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    Are you having issues with battery life? I've only managed to kill the battery once in a days use and that was because my son left it playing a game which prevented screen off for ~4 hrs. I charge over night, use it heavily throughout the day and usually still have plenty in the tank when I plug it in before bed. Since the only data source is wifi, I can't see Juice defender being much help, it might even negatively affect battery life in a small way.
     
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    I'm definitely going a full day and then some with no problem. But so long as I'm taking steps to unlock the capabilities of the tablet (which are well beyond what B&N would like us to know), I figure it's worth looking into battery life as well.
     

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