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Thread: 3 hr, 28 mins since unplugged - 93% remaining!

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    3 hr, 28 mins since unplugged - 93% remaining!

    OK...I cheated. I succumbed to the pressure and bought an extended battery from Verizon. I have the Verizon case with the rubber under a hard shell and cut the back so that the battery can protrude through the cover. So the hump is very minimal since the case had already added thickness to the Thunderbolt.

    I am blown away how this battery is performing. If I do my math correctly, I should get 49 hours out of this battery. That ain't right, is it?

    Nate
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    49 Hours of Data disabled, CPU underclocked to almost nothing, Airplane mode on, and screen off the entire time. Yea sounds fun.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ubermicro13 View Post
    49 Hours of Data disabled, CPU underclocked to almost nothing, Airplane mode on, and screen off the entire time. Yea sounds fun.
    I do not have CPU throttled down, I have all my data turned on, Airplane is not set and my screen has been on quite a bit today. What are you talking about?

    I've now been up for 4 hours and 44 min and it's reading 90% remaining.

    The extended battery seems to be the answer!

    Nate
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    The answer....I guess.

    I used to be able to get 4+ hours out of my DX with a stock battery and still be at 90%

    I love the TB, but wow.
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    Looks like i'll be getting battery in my near future.
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    $50 and its about the size of a brick.....
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    I've been suspicious that this has been part of the battery life problem as well - wonder if making that switch would help...
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    43 bucks. It's twice the size of the normal battery. Physical as well as ma.

    Nate

    sent from my thunderbolt using touch input do prone to typing errors.
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    Or you could spend 3 dollars and get an extra battery from Amazon. I didn't believe it until I got it. It seemed to good to be true, but it works great!

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    Best answer, root your phone.

    Sure, My phone is slightly underclocked under normal circumstances, but it runs faster at 768MHz than stock at 1GHz with the root and debloat. None of my sync options have been modified and I'm at 76% battery after 12 hours of usage.

    I'm happy though

    Rooting is easy, just follow the directions and have some common sense to do research before hand. If you own a smartphone you should have the technical knowledge....if not then go out and buy a Jitterbug, I heard the battery on those things last for weeks.
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