Question for all you devs/programmers/android-lovers out there: Are there any kernels, scripts or methods to manage/limit the power of the cell signal search? For instance, at work where I typically am for 10 hrs of the day, I'd like to be able modify or control how much power is used to find a signal (perhaps something like interactivex governor does to turn off 2nd core)... particularly when I know I'm going to be away from a strong signal all day. I know it's possible to control the wifi search with build.prop edits. But that is a very manual process and definitely not ideal IMO. I've gotten pretty good battery life over the last couple weeks... to the point where I no longer carry my 2nd battery if I'm gunna be out all day. I'm running AOKP with LeanKernel and easily get 14 hrs away from work. Now that I'm back at work however, I've noticed drastic differences between being at home where I'm consistently between -90 and 100dBm... versus hardly any signal in this dungeon @ -120 dBm and no 4G. Battery usage from AndroidOS searching for a signal takes a huge hit... right up there with Display.