Yes, another droid 2 battery life issue thread
Hey guys, long time reader, first time poster.
can someone please define the difference between "backround data" which enable backround data And "data enabled" which enable data access over the mobile network,
I believe its the accessing of data over the mobile network that is draining my battery even when the phone is supposed to be snoozing, and why the phone takes 7 hours to charge to 50% from 0.
you know its on when the 3g icon is visible. I used to think it was constaly sycing because I had facebook, weather, and rss feed widgets open. but even after I deleted all of them, those little 3g arrows are still constantly moving, updating and syncing I DONT KNOW WHAT!
I just want to have my emails delivered to my phone in a fair amount of time, while also being able to send emails and have them actually send when I hit send.
is there a way to keep the mobile network access on but set it so it not constantly working?
In the battery options there is a option for the phone to stop sycning after minutes of inactivity. what does that mean? does that mean the phone will still have those 3g arrows working away for a full 15 minutes even after I turn off the display?
can someone please help me with a fair and happy compromise