Rom Battery life

Discussion in 'Droid Bionic Roms' started by raul4916, Apr 21, 2012.

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    I do not know if it is just me but every rom (except libety3 2.0) that ive tryed extended battery lasts about 7 hours and i just txt ply a bit of music, and ply 10 min of video tops

    Am i doing somethring wrong?

    to change rom i use safestrap

    i wipe data
    wipe cache
    and finally i install the ROM
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    Yo dude, It's gonna be like that for all roms. I know because I have tried most available roms and I figured out that they mostly use the same base software - except liberty- meaning the battery life is about the same. With music, you are guarentee to squeeze at most 10 hours, video seems about right. Have you tried a battery saving app. It helps.
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    Ye i tried it,
    It helped but not a whole lot
    well i guess i gotta live with.it cause
    tried living without a rom, turned out i cant stand motorola's version
    heading back to axion ICS
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    Have you calibrated you battery... I'm running miui with extended battery an I get like 1/2 days depending on how much I se it but never less tan a day. Thats without a battery saving app.

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    What do u mean by calibrating battery??
    Like right now im using axion
    Listning to pandora
    In half an hour my extended battery is at 89%
    When i tried miui it was same issue
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    Google android battery calibration thats your most likely problem cause when you install the romit saves your current battery percentage as 100% so if you install at like 30%youre only using 30% of your battery until you calibrate
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    Download the app "battery calibration" from the market or reboot into recovery and go to advanced>wipe battery stats (works better if ur phones fully charged)
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    Thank you guys
    Now my battery really improved
    I got 61% right.and it was on for 14hrs
    Great improvement
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    Ya you can't forget to calibrate every flash

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