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Qualcomm Snapdragon Battery Guru app.

2013-04-03, 21:29 PM


I recently exchanged a DNA for a Razr Maxx HD. I used the Qualcomm Snapdragon Battery Guru on the DNA because the battery life sucked and am using it on my Razr Maxx HD. Is there any issues with using both programs. I use the qualcomm app because I can set apps that I don't use often like Google Books and  Google TV and Movies and set them to refresh only when I open them. My battery life is great btw. Glad to be back to a Motorola!!

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Re: Qualcomm Snapdragon Battery Guru app.

2013-04-04, 19:08 PM


I don't see a reason why the apps would be incompatible, but i would try the Maxx without the app. My friends are getting great time out of the Maxx without anything like that. 



Also, many apps that maximize battery try to kill apps that Android just restarts - the battery manager app just causes the battery to run down faster as Android is restarting threads that usually go to sleep. 


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Re: Qualcomm Snapdragon Battery Guru app.

2013-04-05, 0:34 AM


Interestingly, the Battery Guru finished it's observing and activated yesterday morning and from 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM the phone only consumed 11%. This we checking twitter and facebook from the night before, emails, text and pics through the day. From 7PM on it used another 20% and ended the day at 69 % or so. Thats a pretty substantial battery savings. Usually at the end of the day, it's closer to 55 or 50 %. 

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Re: Qualcomm Snapdragon Battery Guru app.

2013-04-05, 16:11 PM


If it works for you, that is great. But there will be a trade off somewhere - although I like the idea of making sure that unused apps are not pulling data until i want them too. 


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Re: Qualcomm Snapdragon Battery Guru app.

2013-04-05, 22:05 PM


So far so good. Battery life has increased noticably without shutting my data off or things like that. When I get out of work I still have close to 90% which is astonishing.

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