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Motorola makes it easier to check the upgrade status of your Android device
Friday 22nd of February 2013
If you’re a Motorola device owner and you’re ever curious about whether or not your device will get the latest version of Android, you have never really had to pull teeth in order to get that information. Motorola has long had a place for users to go to check the update status of their device, but it has never been the most easy site to navigate.Thankfully, that changes today. Motorola has upgraded its Android software upgrade site with a straightforward sorting system. Select your country, then your carrier, and then your phone. After that, Motorola spits out information about whichever device you’re looking for.Taking it for a quick spin, I’ve learned that the original DROID RAZR is still slated to receive Jelly Bean 4.1 in the first quarter of this year. Sprint’s Motorola Photon Q is still on track for Jelly Bean 4.1, though an exact time frame hasn’t been given. If I owned the original Photon 4G or any other eligible device, I could upgrade to a newer Motorola phone using the $100 rebate phone. If my phone isn’t listed, then I can pretty
How To Maximize The Battery Life Of Your Android Phone - Android Authority
Monday 11th of July 2011
The Android phone: it can do everything… except hold a charge. It’s a common rant: all the fancier phones seem to never hold enough juice to last more than a couple of days at a time. Some phones might even die midday despite just sitting there on your desk the whole time.While this is definitely a big issue for a lot of Android users, you don’t need to get an extra battery just yet. A lot of Android experts have made it their goal to find the best way to conserve their phone’s battery. Check out a few tips below, these might just solve your battery woes.1. Tweak your display settings.Try lowering the brightness of your phone when indoors. More often than not, the light inside will be bright enough to see your phone’s screen clearly even with the backlight turned way down. Adjust it to a comfortable level though since you still want your phone to be useable. Turn off automatic brightness as well.Hand-in-hand with lowering the brightness of your phone, you can also reduce the time until the screen turns off when not in use. Unless you plan to use your pho
How to Double the Battery Life of your Android Device with Bump Charging
Saturday 14th of April 2012
Remember all of those tips and tricks provided by various users that were supposed to double or even triple the battery life of your Android smartphone or tablet? Well, it seems like HTC has decided to join the fun with some official battery prolonging advice. That’s right, the Taiwanese manufacturer has made an official guide on how to extend your Android powered device’s battery life. Originally, these tips were released in order to provide a better feedback on what HTC users tend to do with their devices, so HTC could improve the software battery management accordingly.Another plus to these tips is that they cannot harm your device even if they are not applied as they should be, so feel free to try them. Also, they can be applied to all other Android devices out there, like the ones made by Samsung, LG, Motorola and so on.So let us see what HTC had to say about the wireless technologies and the display of our beloved smart phones and tablets. According to the Taiwanese manufacturer, Wi Fi, GPS, Bluetooth and display brightness greatly impact battery performance, so we are advi
How to extend the battery life?
Saturday 26th of February 2011
Hi, my first time posting here. I've been stalking the boards recently in anticipation of the official Froyo update. Thanks so much to all the regular posters for all your tips - the Captivate is my first Android phone (am a recovering BB addict!) and I was kinda nervous about doing the Froyo update, just concerned about bricking the phone, etc. Thanks to you guys, I went ahead and updated, it went really smoothly and am so happy I can now use apps like Skype that I couldn't use before. It made a great phone even better! So, my question is re: battery life - about the only downside of this phone. I find that with a day's worth of moderate usage - some games, checking email, FB updates, etc., the battery is pretty much is done by the end of the day. Do you guys have any tips or tricks for extending the battery life (any apps that are battery hogs, anything I should kill after using) Or do you have any recommendations for a battery I could buy to extend usage? Thanks in advance!
Hola, Is there a way to extend the battery life of a Droid
Wednesday 26th of October 2011
Hola,Is there a way to extend the battery life of a Droid without buying an extended battery?Already Tried: N/A
HOW TO Change the background image of your settings menu/Dialer/Contacts?????
Wednesday 12th of September 2012
I find this[CM9/AOKP][HOW TO] Change the background image of your settings menu/Dialer/Contacts - xda-developers
How To Get The Most Out Of Your Battery
Tuesday 05th of October 2010
There are numerous threads about the battery life of the Desire and almost all are filled with anecdotes, arguments and claims of insanely poor or insanely good battery life. Here are some tips on how, as a new user, one can maximize the life of a single charge on HTC Desire.1) Make sure the battery is charged to 100%. This may seem obvious (the LED is green so it must be fully charged, right?) but new users may be unaware of the way the battery charges. You can check charge exactly by "dialing" *#*#4636#*#* to open the Testing menu. From here hit Battery information and it'll give you a precise measurement of the charge (the graphic icon in the status bar tends to round up the measurement giving a slightly skewed indication of the charge. It may for example register 100% but the Battery information reveals the charge to be only 93%. 2) Switch off Background data and Always on mobile data if you don't need them. Background data is found in Settings>Accounts & sync. Always on mobile data is found in Settings>Wireless & networks> Mobile networks. 3)Put wifi a
How to Maximize the Battery Life of my Note 2?
Wednesday 05th of June 2013
Please help I've been using Note 2 or almost one month now and my battery only last maximum time is 17 hours. Even during sleep my phone eats at least 10% of my battery and its freaking me out! I've read that disabling Google now will increase my battery life. Is it true? how to disable it anyway? How about the samsung push? All suggestions are welcomed!
Speed Up and Improve Battery Life on your Android device (tips and tricks)
Saturday 10th of August 2013
The Android system is being used on most of the gadgets that are being available on the market, so most of you are probably using the mentioned OS on your smartphones or tablets. Because of that, this tutorial is coming to help you out in matter of speeding up and improving the battery life of your Android powered device. Bumping the speeds is mostly required if you are using a mid-range or outdated handset, while upgrading the battery life is well, what we all want, whether we are using high end smartphones with great specs and features, or budget friendly devices that brings only decent performances to the users.During the guidelines from below you will be able to find basic info along with advanced tricks and tips, so we will be starting with “beginners” tips and then we will continue by presenting methods that are not so popular among Android users. Of course, in the end, if you have other ideas that can be used for speeding up and improving the battery life of the Android devices, use the comments area and share your conclusions with us and with other users who will apprecia
How to get the most battery life from your Android device
Monday 06th of January 2014
By Brian Burgess December 31, 2013 Here's some helpful tips for getting the most battery life from your Android device between charging If your Android device is powered on all of the time, you may well find that you run out of juice before the end of the day. Though batteries in such devices are getting more powerful, so are the features and apps that run on them. Since some of these features aren't needed all the time, they can be turned off until you need them. Here's a look at how to get more up time out of your battery by changing basic settings manually, and a look at a couple of battery saving apps.Image Gallery (8 images) View all Note: For this article I'm using a Nexus 7 which is running a stock version of Android KitKat 4.4.2, getting to the settings mentioned might vary depending on the device you're using. Kill battery wasting apps Android provides a built-in battery feature that allows you to monitor which apps are running and monitor how much juice they're using. To get there, go to Settings > Battery. This will display how much battery usage individual apps and