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What is your current Up time?

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by freeza, Jul 13, 2010.

  1. freeza

    freeza Well-Known Member
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    Here's mine :)

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    Use of ATK brings me back to 206 MB free RAM. (running my own custom ROM heavily modified version of fresh 0.3) No abnormalities from using ATK either.
     

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  2. SoFLO

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    8:45. I turn my phone off every night.
     
  3. freeza

    freeza Well-Known Member
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    How come?
     
  4. SoFLO

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    Out of habit I guess :p
     
  5. flyjbaker

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    I'm at 320 hours right now....stable as can be. I still haven't done the update.
     
  6. dzar

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    I'm at 3.4 hours... my phone spontaneously rebooted earlier today. I wasn't even touching it! No idea why...
     
  7. S4A

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    3+ days on 3G.
    4+ hours on 4G.
     
  8. jonwlewis

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    I unplug my phone at 4:30am every day and plug it back in at 10:00pm.

    Sent from my EVO using Tapatalk Pro.
     
  9. mrpickem

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    My BB had feature that would auto turn off phone and turn it back on in the morning at whatever time you set. Is this available on any apps that you know of. I liked that feature.
     
  10. Oridus

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    I never go a full day without rebooting for some reason. This is mainly because I'm constantly playing and fiddling with flashing new themes and roms and such. I love my hobby! :D
     
  11. tardmobile

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    phone crashes and reboots every few days at least. 21 hours uptime currently.
     
  12. HTCRALEIGHFAN

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    24:14:15

    awake time 4:13:14

    approx 50% batt stock evo (i am nervous to root my ph)
     
  13. RickJ

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    117.x.x v 107.x.x, restarted and its back to sleeping again, now at 1:01:30 and 0:46:12

    ** I do want to add that I use pandora frequently and no doubt sometimes dont exit it through the menu. I believe I read somewhere before that pandora could create a no sleep situation if not exited properly. I dont have monitoring enabled on sys panel, since I haven't had any problems recently, so I didnt bother to check what apps were running. I had pandora lock up the phone for a bit and force close a couple times last saturday (in Irvine with spotty signal strength and occasional roam), may have not used it since and that coincides with the 107 awake time.
     
  14. freeza

    freeza Well-Known Member
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    i'm going to try hard not to ever reboot my phone unless I absolutely have to, which doesn't look like there will be a need for in the foreseeable future.

    288 hours uptime now :)
     
  15. stevewri

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    Up Time: 514:58:26
    Awake Time: 105:14:35
     
  16. therookie2487

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    does anyone have the same uptime and awake time with the new update?
     
  17. Vincent Law

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    That free RAM does absolutely nothing for you. You're killing off cached applications, which results in slower startup for commonly used apps.
     
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