Your droids maximum battery life?

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  1. n3m0xD

    n3m0xD New Member

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    Hi, so i just fully charged my Droid's battery, I want to compare it with anyone else to see if I may have messed up on the battery life or not. I'm using the app - Battery Time to find out the battery life.

    Mines last about:

    269.59 idle time
    5:25 talk time
    3:06 video playback
    5:53 audio playback
    3:30 web surfing

    anyone else get any higher number?
     
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    hookerdj Senior Member

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    heres the best advice you will get here and trust me it took me about a month of hearing it but i swear by it now juice defender and ultimate juice it will at least double your battery life



     
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    n3m0xD New Member

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    what are those? apps or something?
     
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    Yes, check the market. Good Luck
     
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    Ok thanks!
     
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    looking at the market description it says it does not work with 2.1 cdma phones, is there another app that does the same anyone knows of that works on verizon's 2.1 phones?
     
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    Do you run both? Or are you saying run one of them?
     
  8. JonKyu

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    Ultimate juice is the paid app which unlocks premium features in juice defender. So technically yes lol

    Ps-juice defender and ultimate juice have really helped my battery life at least. :)
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    n3m0xD New Member

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    is those 2 apps better than task killer or should i have both apps?
     
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    yes you get juice defender and ultimate juice is a addon to that


     
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    task killer is garbage it has no benefits juice defender and ultimate juice is the shi%


     
  12. JonKyu

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    Agreed :), in addition instead of task killers I would recommend using
    auto memory manager or autokiller instead as it tweaks android's native task manager. It's root only though.
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