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need a good power management application needed

Discussion in 'Android Lounge' started by meltyblood913, Dec 10, 2008.

  1. meltyblood913

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    Do you guys remember windows mobile 6 ?
    Well I do, I rember when you use to turn each feature on and off seprately?
    How bout a real power manager where you can turn the phone,pda,bluetooth,wifi,and gps off and still be able to operate the phone without having to be annoyed with txt and calls
    Example using the mp3 player or apps without turning the actual phone on just the unit?
     

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    Would airplane mode work for you? I have been using Power Manager and set up a few shortcuts, you could set up one that is "no connectivity".
     
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    Or try toggle settings - very handy utiltiy and full marks to whoever wrote it (same to power manager's author).
     
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    I use Asettings, pretty handy for that.

    My other suggestion is Locale.You can have it shut services off and on based on time, day, or your location.

    For example, when I got within 3 blocks of my office building it would turn the phone ringer onto vibrate, dim the screen brightness, and change the background(this is to make it obvious that the setting change has happened).
     

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