Extend Battery Life Like CRAZYYYYY

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  1. senker

    senker Member

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    I'm sure everyone knows about the Smart actions and task manager... (less things running, the longer the battery life lasts)

    But in the pre-installed task manager, if you go into the Auto-End list you can save your batteries life by so much.

    Click on the "add application" button on the top
    Auto end :hail: EVERYTHING. :hail:

    It takes a minute or too but it is so worth it!

    The only thing I don't auto end is my music.

    My battery life has:icon_ banana:dancedroid DOUBLEDDancingNexus:icon_ banana:
     
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    got some some actions going but this little advice will help also...thanks..!!!
     
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    cookdawg New Member

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    Maybe everything is an overstatement, but it's definitely on the right track.

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    hah yes, don't end android processor.

    But everything that is not a vital operation, I have ended.


    Another note: taking the time to set up the smart actions is so worth it. Spending 3 solid minutes making the detailed actions makes another vast improvement. LESS IS MORE BATTERY:D
     
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    I started using the task manager and its helped so much with battery life.

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    This sounds right to me. What are examples of applications that should NOT be placed on the auto-end list?

    Thanks.
     
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    I'd say good ones to auto end would be games and video type apps, music if you don't plan to listen with the screen off.

    Yes, the OS is optimized to manage dumping of ram in apps that haven't been utilized for a while, but ultimately the more being stored in ram the more power usage you have. I'd be comfortable putting any app I don't plan to come back to for a while after using on the auto end list. If you don't know the app's function, don't auto end it.

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