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    Default Anybody use the Juice Defender app?

    I have seen on a few youtube clips that it helps save battery in a big way..anybody got it? what settings do you have for it?
    Last edited by NotJustAPhone; 02-09-2014 at 02:39 PM.
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    Default Re: Anybody use the juice defender app?

    I used it with juicedefender ultimate . I used aggressive but only found about 30 minutes of extra battery life . But i figure because i have my phone rooted and overclocked all the way and that drains a lot of battery life .
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    Default Re: Anybody use the juice defender app?

    I used the ultimate for awhile.. Then learned all it really does is disabled mobile data when the phone is idle and I'd have to wait for it to reconnect when unlocking.. And if I didn't unlocked I would get no push messages due to it turning mobile data off.

    Barley saw worthy battery life out of it so I don't use it anymore.

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    Default Re: Anybody use the juice defender app?

    Quote Originally Posted by Anino4 View Post
    I used it with juicedefender ultimate . I used aggressive but only found about 30 minutes of extra battery life . But i figure because i have my phone rooted and overclocked all the way and that drains a lot of battery life .
    How does it work with notifications from like ESPN sportcenter and twitter e.t.c? do you still get those through in lock screen or do you have to unlock your phone to get notifications?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Almeuit View Post
    I used the ultimate for awhile.. Then learned all it really does is disabled mobile data when the phone is idle and I'd have to wait for it to reconnect when unlocking.. And if I didn't unlocked I would get no push messages due to it turning mobile data off.

    Barley saw worthy battery life out of it so I don't use it anymore.

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    You use any others?
    Owner of- Galaxy Note 3- Galaxy Note Pro 12.2- Galaxy note 8.0- Galaxy Gear
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    Default Re: Anybody use the juice defender app?

    I used it for a couple of months and then removed it. Now have been using my phone without for a month, give or take, and it's the same. Like PP mentioned, it just disabled everything. I can do that myself.
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    Default Re: Anybody use the juice defender app?

    Have you tried the Qualcomm Snapdragon Battery Guru app? It works really well with this phone.

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    Default Re: Anybody use the juice defender app?

    Quote Originally Posted by thegame161 View Post
    How does it work with notifications from like ESPN sportcenter and twitter e.t.c? do you still get those through in lock screen or do you have to unlock your phone to get notifications?

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    You use any others?
    I do not. I simply just use power saver mode if I know I won't use the phone that much and just manually control my brightness from the notification bar as needed.

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    Default Re: Anybody use the Juice Defender app?

    I use ds battery saver. The thing I didn't like about juice defender was the delay turning data back on. Maybe they've fixed it since. You can turn off data manually I guess but it's a lot better to have it done automatically. There's definitely an increase in battery life without having data running in the background all the time.

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    Default Re: Anybody use the Juice Defender app?

    I leave everything on all the time,, always get at least 12 hours,, pop a new battery in if needed. With a removable battery I don't understand the big concern about saving battery life so much.

    THE BEAST,,NOTE 3. SIZE IS EVERYTHING!!!
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    Default Re: Anybody use the Juice Defender app?

    It disable wifi but sometimes the notifications come thru . but you would most likely have to unlock the device

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    Default Re: Anybody use the Juice Defender app?

    Just trying battery doctor.. Seems useful
    Owner of- Galaxy Note 3- Galaxy Note Pro 12.2- Galaxy note 8.0- Galaxy Gear

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