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Thread: CM7 battery life...?

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    Yesterday, I was at 70% when I left work. So that would be 30% usage in about 9 hours. I did connect it to the car charger for the ride home 20 minutes. After 6 more hours, when I went to bed it had 60% remaining. I would say that wasn't to shabby.
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    @k.c.cole: was that with an extended life battery...? If I could get 9hrs on 30% battery, that would be plenty!
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    Quote Originally Posted by miken View Post
    @k.c.cole: was that with an extended life battery...? If I could get 9hrs on 30% battery, that would be plenty!
    Stock battery. I am at 50% after 9 hours today.

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    mine is much worse with the 30th build
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    I could never strike a good balance with battery life on CM7. If you want good battery life on a GB-based rom, Liberty 3 is pretty incredible in this area. You can't customize the hell out of it like you can with CM7, but the battery life is better than anything else I have tried since getting my D2, it's really snappy, and I seem to experience less annoying little issues on Liberty 3 than I did on CM7. Namely, I got my blur camera back, which I love, and it actually works. The dialer is also much better in my opinion, and no more DSP manager force closes either when receiving phone calls. Once I finally broke down and installed a different launcher on Liberty 3 that allowed me to customize my home screens the way I wanted (I tried GOLauncher which I actually really like so far), I reached perfection. I am now a very happy camper.
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    I guess it depends on how you define good in the context of battery life. I think it great when I hear about people getting 30 or 40 hours on a charge, but seriously. That is exceptional, but I don't expect my phone to anything but get through my waking day. It's off the charger at 645 or 7 am. As long as it lasts until I head to bed at 9p I'm pretty jazzed about that. Even so I have chargers at my office in the car and at home. My bettery is almost never actually below 70%.

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    Quote Originally Posted by k.c.cole View Post
    I guess it depends on how you define good in the context of battery life. I think it great when I hear about people getting 30 or 40 hours on a charge, but seriously. That is exceptional, but I don't expect my phone to anything but get through my waking day. It's off the charger at 645 or 7 am. As long as it lasts until I head to bed at 9p I'm pretty jazzed about that. Even so I have chargers at my office in the car and at home. My bettery is almost never actually below 70%.

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    I agree, but not even that's the case for me. If I actulally use my phone at all there's no way I make it to 9pm and that's with an extended battery

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    My biggest thing about battery life is inserting the plug into the phone and removing it so many times. I'm afraid of wearing the plug out or accidently tripping on it or snagging it somehow. It already happened once, now one of the little "keepers" on the phone plug end doesn't stay in the phone right. Its damaged inside the phone. It charges ok, I just have to make sure the plug is seated squarely. Too bad there are no inductive battery covers for the D2, I was told that is why they don't charge with the wireless chargers.



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