1. shaneontherocks's Avatar
    7% AND STILL HOLDING!
    My AMAZING Stock Battery Life after Jelly Bean 4.1-screenshot_2012-11-14-14-27-08.png

    I am stock, unrooted. I turned off Google Now after I got 4.1 JB. I have brightness full, weather updated every 3 hours. Live windmill wallpaper set every 3 hours. FB sync, Gmail, Outlook sync on... I even have the news ticker on my lock screen on to update once a day. I used to have voice commands on but realized they were draining my battery. I turned the Sprint optimizer off but it ALWAYS comes back on. Wifi always on unless I am out for the night I turn it off. GPS always on. Data on. Bluetooth on only when in Car. I used to have all the motions on but everyone doesn't work well. The ones I do have on are Direct Call, Double Tap to Top, and Palm Swipe for screen capture. CDMA is on cause I don't have LTE in my area yet. NFC off unless I wanna use it. Power saving mode OFF. Location Services all of besides use GPS satellites. OK I think I covered EVERYTHING. If you think I missed a setting please let me know. Note I have push for my outlook and get 100's of emails a day and this thing is still beastin. I honestly can't believe it. So far I used FB dozens of times, checked emails and responded to them, gmail, outlook etc, text messaging, phone call's.. I honestly can't believe it. LOVE MY STOCK BATTERY AND GS3 running JB 4.1. Now bring on 4.2!
    11-14-2012 04:28 PM
  2. Skunkape60's Avatar
    Doesn't count without a screenshot of screen on time.
    11-14-2012 04:46 PM
  3. shaneontherocks's Avatar
    Here.
    My AMAZING Stock Battery Life after Jelly Bean 4.1-screenshot_2012-11-14-14-53-45.png

    Note: I just plugged it in once it got down to 5%.
    While we all know of course I didn't have the screen on AT ALL TIMES, this is pretty damn impressive to me. As you can see I consistently keep turning it on for various tasks minus when I went to sleep both nights. Mind you I kept Wifi on.
    11-14-2012 04:56 PM
  4. Joe113's Avatar
    Here.
    Attachment 46378

    Note: I just plugged it in once it got down to 5%.
    While we all know of course I didn't have the screen on AT ALL TIMES, this is pretty damn impressive to me. As you can see I consistently keep turning it on for various tasks minus when I went to sleep both nights. Mind you I kept Wifi on.
    "Invalid attachment" is what I get.
    11-14-2012 06:21 PM
  5. shaneontherocks's Avatar
    11-14-2012 06:32 PM
  6. Joe113's Avatar
    Fixed.
    I believe what SkunkApe was saying was on screen time which means to go into battery--->click screen---> on screen time=??
    11-14-2012 06:56 PM
  7. xplode196's Avatar
    Yeah I think Joe is right here..
    11-14-2012 06:57 PM
  8. shaneontherocks's Avatar
    I fixed it! LOOK AT THE PIC AGAIN!

    As you can see, of course I wasn't on it all the time! But def was consistent other than when I went to sleep BOTH NIGHTS without charging it.
    11-14-2012 07:12 PM
  9. Tayman52's Avatar
    Wow..... Verizon needs to push out that good good bean like yesterday

    Sent from my Galaxy S3 using Tapatalk 2
    11-14-2012 07:43 PM
  10. TigerDave99's Avatar
    Screenshots from yesterday.

    I'm amazed at the amount of time/life! Keep in mind that I've frozen over 100+ apps/services listed in this thread using Titanium Backup. I'm sure that helps.
    Attached Thumbnails My AMAZING Stock Battery Life after Jelly Bean 4.1-screenshot_2012-12-04-16-54-06.jpg   My AMAZING Stock Battery Life after Jelly Bean 4.1-screenshot_2012-12-04-16-54-19.png  
    12-05-2012 10:25 AM
  11. bonanzabucks's Avatar
    I had about the same battery life on stock BEFORE the JB update. That was with approximately two hours of screen time and I was using 2X Battery (an app similar to Green Power or Juice Defender, but I think it works better) and not really syncing anything except Gmail and Yahoo. After the update, battery life has been horrid. I had to do a factory reset and I think everything is more or less back to normal, but I'm worried those pesky Media or MAPs files will affect me again.

    I'm amazed at the amount of time/life! Keep in mind that I've frozen over 100+ apps/services listed in this thread using Titanium Backup. I'm sure that helps.
    I'm now rooted and have made no modifications, safe getting rid of the shutter sound. Which apps/services are safe to freeze without affecting the phone and some of the apps?
    12-05-2012 11:56 AM
  12. TigerDave99's Avatar
    I'm now rooted and have made no modifications, safe getting rid of the shutter sound. Which apps/services are safe to freeze without affecting the phone and some of the apps?
    Click the "this thread" hyperlink in my previous post. Use the list as a guideline since each user has different needs.
    12-06-2012 10:29 AM
  13. bonanzabucks's Avatar
    Click the "this thread" hyperlink in my previous post. Use the list as a guideline since each user has different needs.
    Thanks! I'll check it out!
    12-07-2012 10:02 AM
  14. tat21985's Avatar
    I have had astronomical battery life after JB! I get about 3.5 hours of screen time daily, averaging about 200 texts a day, browsing FB and Tumblr, and making a few phone calls.. When I plug in for the night, I usually sit at about 30% battery life left. Stock ROM, running Nova launcher, using Swiftkey and GoSMSPro.
    12-08-2012 02:28 AM

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