Horrible battery life

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  1. wrxman17

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    So Im on gingerbread rooted and ran sd speed increase and v6 supercharger. A few days later my battery life started sucking... It barely lasts half a day. What should I do? I do have extended warranty...

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    Undo all that junk and see if the battery life goes back to normal.
     
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    Restore your back up before you did all those changes should be fine again
     
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    Can I just un supercharge and uninstall sd speed increase?

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    Worth a try.
     
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    No change in bat life after I undid those changes

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    Remove apps and or do a Factory Hard Reset. Then add apps back one at a time slowly and watch battery consumption.
     
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    I'd also suggest writing up a list of apps you've downloaded, save the pain of remembering them all.
     
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    Or just take screenshots of downloaded apps. Saves tons of time writing them all down. AndroSS in the Marketplace works flawlessly for taking screenshots on the DX2- it's made specifically for the DX and DX2.