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Juice Defender

Discussion in 'Samsung Galaxy Nexus' started by callawassi, Dec 27, 2011.

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    Has anyone downloaded "Juice Defender"?. I was wondering if this app would be applicable for ICS and, if so, what should be enabled/disabled? Since battery life is so critical I thought this might be a "must have" app.
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    Do not leave home with out Juice Defender, and Ultimate Juice! I get over 26 hours of moderate use with this app (including an extended battery, and brightness on 30%). Just make sure you have it toggle data on and off for you, and set it so the applications that need data turn it on in Triggers > Configure > Configure Apps > and choose which apps need data. Also use the Night mode to turn airplane mode on in Schedules > Night > enabled > and under it a ways will be Options and choose airplane.
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    Thank you bozidar0. I will take your advice. I have LightFlow installed with hours at night into early morning to stay asleep. Also activated is option to be notified when Airplane mode is on/off. Should I make any changes to LightFlow?
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    In my experience with JD I found that my battery was actually better without, I believe this to be due to JD was closing down auto-start programs, in turn causing the cpu to cycle more often using more battery. I will say that I am rooted and have de-bloated so have little to none auto start programs. So I uninstalled it, I also set my email/data to sleep at night and only sync every hour (through stock settings), another big juice eater.

    Just ones experience/opinion

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    Will this app work if not rooted?
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    Yes it will work without root. I have used it for well over on year on my X and now the Nexus. I love this program.

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    cool. thank you.
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    Anytime man, glad to help.

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