Thanks for the quick response! I just froze a good bit of stuff that I don't need running. How much battery improvement do you normally see from freezing some of this useless stuff that always runs?
I'm pretty sure that all Titanium does is rename the application files from *.apk to *.bak. Meaning that they become backup files that the OS does not see as applications. Once your defrost them, their extensions go back to being .apk, so the OS registers and runs them.
You could manually do this with Root Explorer and get the same effect.
After charging my phone to full and then pulling the plug before i went to bed, i am at just under 90% after 9 hours, 41 minutes with a couple calls to my bosses, voicemail retrieval and about 35 texts.
Usually it would have already been at 80% just from being unplugged all night! Great write up man!
Sent from the F-Zero cockpit on my D2G
Last edited by silver6054; 01-25-2011 at 11:19 AM.
I have not narrowed it down yet, but one of the "safe" apps made my stock calendar app close (not FC, just plain close) when I tried adding a new task and would close my stock text messaging app. Use at your own risk.
I went to Fission Rom... Not sure if I fully like it. I black screen at times, so I might SBF back and give the "safe list" another shot. Just simply freeze these programs with Titanium Backup Pro. Worth the $5!