Shutting down all but the absolute vital stuff?

Discussion in 'Motorola Droid X' started by MuGGzy, Aug 8, 2011.

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    I am just looking for a way to essentially disable everything but the android OS itself and the camera.

    I am camping way out of reception range and need as much juice out of my battery as I can get. So I don't need any Phone, Contact, Messaging, Data, Synch, or anything like that, really just a Camera, and maybe the ability to turn on the GPS if it will even work.

    I tried keeping it turned off but turning it on when I needed it took a long time and seemed to use up more juice than just leaving it on and in sleep mode.

    I know I could go into Titanium and "Freeze" everything but I think that would take forever to do and undo.

    Any ideas or suggestions?
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    Airplane mode. Kills all data connectivity.

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    But does that leave all the sync, messaging, blur etc stuff running or does it shut down anything but what it takes to keep the phone able to run?