OP...I got an idea for ya
LET YOUR BATTERY DIE!!!!
I just got mine a few days ago. I, like you, was mad as hell looking at my battery drop rapidly. I charged yesterday afternoon...put on Tune Radio Pro...and in 2 hours I was at like 40%!
Phone is at is dimist. CDMA only checked. Blah blah blah.
So....I told myself...I'm going to let this battery just DIE.
about 14 hours later...still ain't dead!!! So that tells me it just ain't calibrated properly. I even woke up, browsed the net, checked emails, and streamed radio while cooking before the game today.
I've been on 4% for like...2 hours now.
I'm sure after a few complete battery drains it'll be normal
Meh... it's the 15th, the last day I could go and get a free replacement, and I am feeling like IDK what to do... My signal has improved, I saw -75dBm yesterday in an extremely crowded area (that's for 4G, too)... But my battery dies quickly. I turn off everything unnecessary, but not to the point of crippling my phone. Yet, today: unplugged at 10:07am. Three phone calls for a total of 16min of talk time. Sixty-five text messages. One hour and twenty eight minutes of internet browsing. Battery level at 3:33PM: 11%
Now, should I drive all the way to the Verizon store to get a new battery before my "30 day coverage" runs out, or what???? I need help here guys
Samsung Galaxy Nexus
- Unlocked & Rooted -
GummyJar Nexus ROM (v. 1.2.5)
Imoseyen's LeanKernel 3.8.0 Stable
LG VX3000 --> Motorola RAZR --> LG Voyager --> Motorola Droid --> Samsung Galaxy Nexus
See I dont knoe about a 2700+ extended battery. I bought this thing because how thin and comfortable it feels. My phone gets me through 12 hours. The only way I could see getting an extended battery that large is if I am going to be on a long trip (international travel) and I want a way to watch movies and listen to vids and I cant charge my device for awhile. Other than that I am satisfied.
Also I wish I could make it darker.
At least I can have a clock again now - I had no idea about the long press. I just balanced the phone next to a book on my nightstand last night and the clock worked very well.
Yeah, one thing that you might not have known is this:
open clock and begin by tapping the screen once then after it dims click again this time holding down for around 2 seconds.
I also put my brightness all the way down - not with the power control widget but with the slider in settings or in the widget drop down menu if your rom has one.
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