"What uses my battery" app for DroidX?

Discussion in 'Motorola Droid X' started by bgdave, Jul 22, 2010.

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    I know there is one included accessed through the setting of the phone but it is nowhere near as good as the one on the Droid1 because or seems like it doesn't display a lot of items. Is there an app on the market that might be better that anyone knows of?
     
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    Ouch, not a single reply? Am I the only one having this issue? It sucks to have something jogging battery and not able to tell what it is.
     
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    Try Battery Left Widget. It works pretty well.
     
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    Yes, having same issue with mine, according to the "what uses battery" app the only things sucking on my battery are Display, Cell Standby, Phone idle, and Bluetooth... you mean to tell me that Wifi isn't using ANY power??? My Droid1 provided a very detailed list...
     
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    This seems to provide the same limited information as the settings feature
     
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    Dave there is a great app for this. SystemPanel is a task killer but it can be used in two ways. I dont use task killers but S.P. alows you to moniter your phone to see what is causing issues. Give it a try and see what you think