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Discussion in 'Android News' started by dgstorm, Mar 18, 2011.
Can't you pull the sim?
#*#*4636*#*# - phone info - scroll down and select cdma prl
Nope pulling the sim disables all network.
No offense but that's a horrible solution. I tether often throughout the day. There's no way doing that is convenient. I'd rather carry 3 batteries.
Need feedback on
1) performance of extended battery vs. stock battery
2) identify if there are multiple extended batteries available, and which is best
I can already tell, this will be a 'plugged in if near power' device.
That is the only option there is for now AFAIK.
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Actually, that isn't too far off from my OG Droid's battery usage. I always have a charger with me and almost daily plug into my car charger to bolster it for the second half of the day. And sometimes at night, I charge it again. So, this doesn't really bother me...
I just walked out of the Verizon store with an extended battery and back, price was like $40 bucks out the door, it was marked 50...the guy said 39 + change, I go...alright? I have big hands and actually prefer the bigger case. I'll report back with some real world usage in a few days...until then here's hoping for root instructions
I dont mind the battery use. I think the phone is amazing. I dont expect these phones to last long considering Im always playing with it. I just always make sure I am prepared. I make sure everytime Im near a charger Im charging it. I notice my Fiancee always complains about her battery life but everytime we are in the car she isnt charging her phone, the way I see it thats her fault. I am curious to this massive extended battery. Is the back door huge?
Some quick pics:
I guess I'll wait for that rooftop lightning rod charger in the Verizon commercial to be stocked be
fore I upgrade. I thought that was just hype...
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I'm sure between Locale/Tasker and SetCPU the battery life can be significantly improved.
Yeah, you shouldn't have to, but it's not that bad to learn Locale and it's got a ton of other useful features. I love having my settings change automatically based on location.