I recently switched from Straight Talk AT&T to TMobile. My battery life has been significantly better!
Is it possible to get better battery life on a different carrier?
Hi guys. I am a big technology dunce, so I am sure that this is a stupid question. I recently switched to Straight Talk and bought the Tmobile SIM for my Mytouch 4G slide, but the phone is unlocked because I needed to use it overseas. I now want to buy a Note II on ebay.
I know we have a lot of battery life threads and I absolutely love this phone but mine is not getting good battery life. I'm an advanced android user, I know it well and I do know that some devices just have bugs which kill battery life.
The battery life on my current SGS4 isn't very good. I put it on charge before bed then wake up in the morning to find it at 85%. Furthermore, my phone battery is just overall draining. Around 1-2% of battery is draining every second. My brothers got a note 3 and the battery life on that is FANTASTIC. 20 hours straight and it's still only on 85%.
First, here's the constants: I keep wifi/BT/GPS on 100% of the time. This was true when battery life was good, and now that battery life is bad. Disabling these will improve battery life, but will not fix my problem.
When the phone is sleeping overnight, I used to get 8-12% battery usage over about 8 hours.
Good evening. Ok, so i haved xposed mods on my phone. Most of them are pretty self explanitory. However, android tuner is not. I see alot of battery options such as battery calibration, changing charging voltages an other stuff. My question is. For the standard note 3 at&t version. what would be a great calibration and voltage for my battery to significantly increase battery life?
I got the S3 with tmobile prepaid I have the 2GB plan. But I don't know what to do. I go to straight talk with everything unlimited and I get to choose what carrier I get the SIM card from from att. I live in Hialeah Florida. It's straight talk with att sim better?
I've seen lots of battery life forums, and most of them show great battery life (over 12 hours) with lots of screen time. I'm not even in an LTE area, but I get very good signal. My screen brightness is at about 30% and I have two e-mail accounts (Exchange push and Gmail sync).
Everyday i surf google and other thread i need i found out that calibrate battery is help to improve battery life for your phone
My battery life is suck i usually using phone out of 20% !!
Q:SHOULD I NEED TO CALIBRATE THE BATTERY ?
IS IT RIGHT TO CALIBRATE THE BATTERY LIFE LIKE THIS STEP BELOW ?