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Battery life tips?

Discussion in 'Galaxy Nexus ROMS' started by cprtinc, Mar 1, 2012.

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    I'd like to get input from people who have considerably good battery life on CNA..because I am not.

    I'm running CNA 1.4.0 and Leankernel 3.0.21 (experimental) with 3G only, and location services (except GPS) disabled. Can someone shed some light? Also, It was bad before I installed experimental so I don't think that would be it.

    Thank you all!

    Sent from my Galaxy Nexus on the amazing Codename Android!

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    Additionally, I undervolt and the minimum (at which it runs mostly) is a good 230 MHz, but I don't understand undervolting very much and I heard that 700 min is better than 350.

    Sent from my Galaxy Nexus on the amazing Codename Android!

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    I would think your issues lies in the undervolting. I dont know much about, and havent gotten comfortable enough to do so with mine yet. But from what I have read, undervolting can sometimes cause more issues than not. If it is volted too low, the phone actually works harder than normal, thus causing more battery drain. I would try raising your voltages back up to stock for a few days and see how it performs. Good Luck! report back to us if you figure something out!
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    Alright, I will try that out! For now, I just switched to CNA's 1.5.0 kernel to test it out. Ill report those. I just find it strange that my battery acts like that while I'm being told that Android OS usage is significantly low and is mostly in deep sleep.

    Sent from my Galaxy Nexus on the amazing Codename Android!
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    Auto screen brightness?
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    Switched from interactive to on demand and down clock to 920-350 on stock kernal 3g unless I need speed

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    +1 same thing I do