Juice Defender and Blockbuster Help
06-23-2011 03:20 PM
- Hey guys, so I got a tbolt on the 17th, and it was my first smartphone so I really like it. 4G LTE Speeds are ridiculous and the phone all around feels great.
I don't mind much about the battery life, the phone is so good that that outweighs the battery.
I have a few questions, I got JuiceDefender - Battery , but I am a bit confused about it, when I enable it has a shield on the top left with red dot, that says radio and interfaces disabled, then the dot goes away which it means all got enabled again..
Did it even do anything? And what does having the radio disabled mean? I have it on the default profile which means it'll already show an improvement in battery.. is it doing that?
But my real issue, as soon as I lock the phone, the shield goes away, when I turn on the screen again, it's like setup to send an email?? Which contains info on juice defender.03-19-2011 10:51 AM
- Unfortunately I do not have an answer to either problem because I don't use or have any experience with either app. But I did change the title of the thread for you because it was a little misleading. Also, fatboy is right but I will leave the thread here for now. Good luck.03-19-2011 11:38 AM
- 03-19-2011 11:59 AM
Also, Juicedefender issue still remains
edit: Since I posted this message I texted 3 times, and life went from 86% to 83% is that normal? Any tips?03-19-2011 12:01 PM
- 03-19-2011 12:07 PMLike 1
- Posted this somewhere else but I'll help you really fast with battery life. This is the simpler version to help preserve.
1. If you don't use GPS often, turn it off, all of them. If you do use GPS often, I recommend only checking Standalone and Google.
2. Backlight. Either set to automatic or a low percentage such as 30-40%
3. Sync. I do not use HTC Peep or Friendstream. So I make sure that neither are auto-syncing. This will help your battery tremendously. Only have things you rely on to auto-sync i.e. gmail, calendar etc.
4. No live wallpapers. Under no circumstances.
5. Use the least amount of widgets as possible. Whatever widgets you have on your screen, they are running in the background.
6. Refrain from using task killers.
7. If you have wi-fi, I suggest you use it whenever possible.
8. Increase sync periods. Instead of having apps sync every 3 hours, increase it to 6, or something more helpful. Again, huge battery saver.03-19-2011 12:35 PM
- Trey, kinda a smartphone noob here, the two most viable things that I had here in my phone that was on ur list was Sync, Backlight, and Increase sync periods...
If I take off friendstream can I get the twitter app and get notifications from there?
Also, I remove it by long pressing on it and moving it to remove right?
How do I increase the sync times, does that affect when the twitter updates etc.. ?
edit: and by backlight, do u mean the brightness? I have it set at 24%03-19-2011 12:37 PM
- Sorry for my vagueness
Tap the menu key. Select settings. Scroll to accounts & sync. Under manage accounts you will see all the accounts you have setup. All the ones with green circles and arrows in them are syncing. To increase sync periods open that account and choose the period interval to sync. Increasing sync times will dictate how often you get background notifications.
If you unsync friendstream, then YOU WILL NOT GET NOTIFICATIONS THROUGH THAT SPECIFIC APP. If you use another app for facebook and/or twitter then you will still get notifications through those respective apps. However, if you still choose to use friendstream you can still sync manually. And yes, that is how you remove the widget.
And yes, that is what I mean by backlight.
Again, sorry for the confusion.03-19-2011 12:49 PM
Maybe once your phone is charged, let it run for a few hours, then check system panel.
I think the phone does not sleep when charging so that may be the "PVMtpServiceStart" you're seeing.03-19-2011 03:30 PM
- Charge it to green. Unplug then turn it off. Now charge it (while still off) to green again (it should take 5-20 minutes).
Now turn it on. This way your phone will know what a full battery "looks" like. Run it for a few hours and check Spare Parts.
Under "accounts and sync" what do you have syncing and what intervals are they syncing?03-19-2011 03:41 PM
Spare Parts, and the "battery usage" shortcut are useful for diagnosing rogue apps. System Panel is also good to see how much RAM each of your apps is using (and you can kill apps too).
You don't happen to have a task killer do you?
I slept 8 hours last night and lost about 6% battery. (I turn my data connections off when I'm sleeping though since I don't need to be receiving emails or friend status updates)03-19-2011 03:47 PM
- More Android Goodness
- The Archives
- Android Central Archives
- Verizon HTC Thunderbolt
Juice Defender and Blockbuster Help
LINK TO POST COPIED TO CLIPBOARD