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ICS leaks, battery, and Juice Defender

Discussion in 'Motorola Droid Bionic' started by jimbarr, Jul 10, 2012.

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    I found that after running SamuriHL's excellent script to update to .2233, .230, and now to .232, Juice Defender (I'm running Ultimate) loses its settings after the updates. This could account for faster battery drain reported by some users. I noticed that I updated, my battery drained almost 50% faster than when Juice Defender was tweaked out.

    So, once you get Juice Defender set the way you like it, select "Backup" from its help screen, and then apply SamuriHL's script to update ICS. After the update has stabilized, do a Restore from Juice Defender's help screen.
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    I swear by Juice Defender. ICS leak or not. With a LTE phone having the data always on when not in use is not only stupid but it drains the battery faster than water though a colander. I use it on my RAZR Maxx and my Bionic. Used it before ICS (on both) and will continue to use it going forward.

    Sent from my Motorola (Droid) Bionic... out in the boonies of TN while picking on a guitar!
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