better data & battery life on .232

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  1. CD95YJ

    CD95YJ Member

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    Since flashing .232 I've noticed that my data connection is much better, it doesn't switch between 3g & 4g constantly now. My battery life is also much better, definitely worth upgrading.
     
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    Battery life could use improvement battery life on GB is better
     
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    I get much better battery life on ics. The .2233 build was the best so far. I lost 20% over a 8 hour period with light to moderate use. I never had that on gb, ever.
     
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    I'm on 230 and haven't had a data drop in 4 days, I love it, battery life is slightly worse then GB but I'm thanking that is just the overclocked processor. The speed and smoothness is worth it.
     
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    With smart actions I am able to make it a full day with 1 battery! I have 3 and external charger for the normal (not extended) batteries. Got 2 and the charger from eBay for $8 shipped best money I have spent. I am on the road a lot when I get home tonight 232 will be installed :cool:

    Sent from my Bionic on ICS 230 w/ Tapatalkā„¢
     
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    one thing that comes to mind in regards to those of you experiencing worse battery life, are you wiping your battery stats after going to ics?
     
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    18% left after 35hrs with light to moderate use.
     
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    Folks,
    When mentioning battery life, what type of battery are you using?
     
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    Went all the way to 42 hrs before it died with light to moderate use, all 4G. Standard battery. I'm pretty happy about that.
     
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    For a noob, how does one do that?
     
  11. CD95YJ

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    You have to be rooted but you can do it one of two ways, use the battery calibration app or boot into cwm and wipe battery stats.
     
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    I use the extended battery.