It was on global so I changed it. Hopefully that helps some.Originally Posted by GotnFX
If it's not HD it might as well be a newspaper.
I did a power off charge last night to get a better indication of the difference between global and lte/CDMA. Last night I watched videos and the temperature stayed down so improvement there. Today I am testing the battery life compared to what I've been getting. Will post results tonight.Originally Posted by GotnFX
11 hrs 12 min with a screen time of 1 hr 18 min and I am at 54 percent battery. Screen, android, and stand by being the top 3 uses. I will do another charge like you mentioned tonight. My temperature has stayed below 100° F all day so that's awesome! Thank you for helping me out!Originally Posted by GotnFX
For me, I noticed my battery life greatly improved when I started using SmartActions (and the XMAS JellyBean leak), although I hear there's a better product out there on the Play Store (Tasker). One day, I will set up Tasker, as I hear it has a lot more capabilities than SmartActions. Basically, think about what you do throughout the day on your phone, what features are needed at any given time and let SmartActions turn things off and on.
For example, I work in a public library. I don't use my phone at work at all and I obviously cannot have it ring. When my phone knows it's at work (via GPS location), it turns the screen down to the lowest setting, disables data, sync, Bluetooth, wireless and GPS. With this, I could easily go 8 hours and still be at 80%. Additionally, when I plug my phone into my car dock, GPS turns on (so it knows I'm no longer at work) and turns up the volume and bluetooth. If I'm at home (again, location setting), I turn on wireless and notifications.
I did however use the Google Calendar feature a couple days ago for the first time. I had a notification set for 8 AM. I noticed at 9:30 PM, my phone was completely drained. I never did attend to the calendar notification. I might've also had the Work SmartAction turned off, too, but it shouldn't have had THAT much of an effect on my battery life. With just my Work SmartAction turned off, I'd expect it to go down to probably 50%/60%.