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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by cephraim, May 27, 2010.

  1. cephraim

    cephraim Well-Known Member
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    Now that we are on 2.1, Juice Defender works on our phones.
    I have been running it for a couple days, and I think it is helping. Still need to do some better calculations...

    Once loaded, I did shut off Power Manager, as I think they conflict on some of the settings.

    Anyhow, has anyone else loaded it on the official 2.1 release?
    What's your experience?

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  2. Lozer_Kid

    Lozer_Kid Android Enthusiast

    I tried downloading that app, but I just didn't get it...
  3. NovaFox238

    NovaFox238 Well-Known Member

    I downloaded it, and bought the paid version. It works. But I missed my updates not updating... so its funny that I dont use it anymore... lol >.< But it does work like it says it does. ;)
  4. cephraim

    cephraim Well-Known Member
    Thread Starter

    What are the differences between the free and paid versions? You try both?
  5. NovaFox238

    NovaFox238 Well-Known Member

    Paid version gives u the bottom options available.
  6. cephraim

    cephraim Well-Known Member
    Thread Starter

    You notice a difference between the two?
  7. barnacles

    barnacles Android Enthusiast

    From what I have read, juice defender actually does nothing for CDMA devices running 2.1.

    "UPDATE: It seems that JuiceDefender doesn't work on CDMA phones with Android 2.1 - Motorola Droid and HTC Eris users, please be patient as I try to find a workaround, if possible - won't be easy, as I'm in EU." -- from the dev.

    I assume our Heros are the same as the eris, being the same exact hardware and being cdma as well.. Placebo? :D
  8. cephraim

    cephraim Well-Known Member
    Thread Starter

    It wasn't even loading at one point. Now it does...
  9. NovaFox238

    NovaFox238 Well-Known Member

    Maybe its just me? But I can see it working. my network turns off, and on, as scheduled. And, turning off the network does save battery... soo... to me, its doing its job? lol

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