Edit.. Sorry for the double post.
Has anyone tried JuiceDefender with the XMAS JB update?
Interesting thing though.... Since uninstalling FB, it "seems" like my battery is doing a little better. I'm at 27 hours of continuous use and the battery is at 60%. Still going to try a full cycle without FB and see if I can hit 60 hours. ....just in time for the weekend.
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I'm probably going to FDR my phone. Any advice on how many times I should do it? Just once, twice? Three times? Ten? LOL Do I need to backup what's on my SD card or is that safe? I moved everything important off Internal Storage last night.
When I get back up and running, I really only need Wifi and Bluetooth On/off key taps on my home screen, a task optimizer and some indication how long my battery will last. I'm currently using GO, which has everything but at the expense of my battery, memory and therefore runs a little slow at times. I also like GO's weather widget, but Google Now is its alternative. I'm thinking a solution for seeing how long my battery will last, while preserving it at the same time, is JuiceDefender Ultimate. I may try that. Any thoughts? I don't like how the Play Store groups the DROID RAZR/DROID RAZR MAXX reviews together. It appears though, users see a 50% increase in battery life. In fact, I may just set my phone back up how I had it, minus the GO Launchers/Lockers/Widgets and give JuiceDefender Ultimate a spin. Maybe it'll fix Facebook's battery hogging issues.
At this time, are we ABSOLUTELY, POSITIVELY sure that we cannot go back to ICS after installing the XMAS JB update? What happens if we re-run the manual ICS update or Option 1 of the 1.82 Utility? Of course, two days after installing the update, I realize that I could really use root access. I'm pretty confident that if not now, there will eventually be a way to root. I've Googled Jelly Bean 4.1.2 root and it's been done on other phones.