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What is the best rom for power saving


Tuesday 26th of October 2010 / android.net
I need the best rom to extend my battery the furthest

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Thursday 04th of November 2010 / android.net
Sorry dragonrunner, I didn't mean to imply that you were lying.What I mean by having the display screen on is that when you use the phone the display is ON (i.e., lit up).The display burns a LOT of power no matter what kernel you're using. It is typically the main drain on the battery (as can be seen from your screen-shot). Therefore, I still find these numbers to be unbelievable.Unused for 22 hours, maybe. I can squeeze out about 50% in 16 hours under-clocked with moderate usage with CM6.1But over-clocked with moderate use will not get 22 hours to 59%. Just not gonna happen.The only way you might get this is if you use the "display render" feature that turns on only red LEDs. Are you using that?

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Thursday 28th of October 2010 / android.net
50 messages with a few calls and some apps and I would easily get a couple days on Enomthers....sitting on standy by for 6+ hrs and my phone only dropped by 3-4% yesterday, I did send a couple of texts and one short phone call during the 6 hrs. I haven't OC'd and am using the kernel that Enom includes, CPU settings are at default levels in spare parts. I use droid wall to block all non-essential apps on 3G, sync generally turned off while at work or away from wifi. While at home I am on wifi and all apps allowed full sync with all access allowed in droidwall. Most people who use Enomthers 2.13.2 comment about great battery life. I have had no FC's and no real issues with the ROM at all....it just works and works great!

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Tuesday 02nd of November 2010 / android.net
Originally Posted by bud760 Originally Posted by f0ul99Enomther + Pershoot 2.6.35.7 + SetCPU Rodriguez Miui + Pershoot 2.6.35.7 + SetCPUBoth are very good and stable. Batery life for normal use 20+ hours.which one are you using from here? You think the new one 2.6.35.8 will be ok with Rods miui or the stock miui?I am using 2.6.35.7 and right now I am on Enomther. Take note that when I was on Rod's Miui, I just flashed the kernel and had only few hours of playing time before flashing Enomther. During that few hours, 2.6.35.7 shown me no issues. Honestly, I don't know if 2.6.35.8 will be ok with Rod's or Stock Miui because I haven't tried it yet :D. I just found out about it when I read this thread . I'll post if I tried it.Sent from my Nexus One using Tapatalk

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battery life /CPU


Friday 07th of November 2014 / androidforums.com
hi ppl my s4 is rooted and I have 2 apps one is opg pro battery app full superuser permission other no frills CPU. the questions I have are which is the best settings for governor and clock speed so I can get best saving without jeopardizing performance? If you can please explain to me in kid friendly terms what each of the governor settings do used for I'd greatly appreciate it also what i/o settings do(cfq noop deadline). I have other battery apps as well (battery Dr green power premium but is there one that latches onto Rom and kernel with not running in background? also if I keep the stock powersave on that's with mini would this drain battery more? I was looking around forums before bed other night found info on this but can't remember where. please direct me through this post to where or if you can help me here or Facebook (sparky B sparky) or email sparky_rad@yahoo.ca it would be greatly appreciated. thanks for all who read this thank you ahead of time for those who helped

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