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[FREE APP] Apn4Apps - Manages mobile data efficiently and doubles the battery life


Tuesday 21st of February 2012 / forum.androidspin.com
Apn4Apps Version 1.0.1- Applications list issue fixed when a new application installed or removed- Speed of applications list is improved. It is refreshed only when anew application installed or removed- About added- Turkish language support addedDescription:Mobile Data, Wi-fi, GPS and Bluetooth drain the battery life the most. Most of the users manage Wi-fi, GPS and Bluetooth manually. But how about Mobile Data? You can manage it by using APN widgets. But sometimes you may forget to disable it before the screen goes off. Apn4Apps disables mobile data when the screen is off and enables it according to the selected applications. If your selected application which needs internet connection starts to run on the foreground means you actually start using your selected application, Apn4Apps enables the mobile data automatically. It doubles the battery life without complex settings like battery savers. There are applications still running at the background downloading data even if you disable auto-sync and background data. So Apn4Apps is also very useful for users who have limited internet
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Let's Get The Most Battery Life Out Of Your Motorola Droid Razr


Tuesday 06th of December 2011 / androidspin.com
The new Motorola Droid Razr, is definitely turning heads with its sleek ultra-thin design. I held my friend’s Razr and it practically weighs nothing. It felt like I was holding a toy and thought there should have been candy inside. With that, the Droid Razr has been claimed that it could last 12 hours on one battery charge. Right…an Android phone lasting 12 hours on its stock battery? Yeah, and Jessica Alba agreed to have my baby.Now obviously with heavy use it will not last all day just like any phone, but there are several ways to get the most out of your battery. Give these steps a try:2g & Data connnection off when screen off (For e-mails, let autosync check every x minutes you would like)3g when specific apps need data connection on (for internet radios enable the screen on/off profile)In-built setcpu function, set min/max to 300mhz on idleEnable juicedefender to automatically handle 2g/3g networksSMARTACTIONS: Display ON & OFF profile -> Disable background syncJuicedefender in-built autobrightness, and tweak the settings below stock brightnessEnable juic
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[FREE] [APP] Apn4Apps - Manages mobile data efficiently and doubles the battery life


Tuesday 21st of February 2012 / forum.androidspin.com
Apn4Apps Version 1.0.1- Applications list issue fixed when a new application installed or removed- Speed of applications list is improved. It is refreshed only when anew application installed or removed- About added- Turkish language support addedDescription:Mobile Data, Wi-fi, GPS and Bluetooth drain the battery life the most. Most of the users manage Wi-fi, GPS and Bluetooth manually. But how about Mobile Data? You can manage it by using APN widgets. But sometimes you may forget to disable it before the screen goes off. Apn4Apps disables mobile data when the screen is off and enables it according to the selected applications. If your selected application which needs internet connection starts to run on the foreground means you actually start using your selected application, Apn4Apps enables the mobile data automatically. It doubles the battery life without complex settings like battery savers. There are applications still running at the background downloading data even if you disable auto-sync and background data. So Apn4Apps is also very useful for users who have limited internet
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2 Questions


Monday 16th of April 2012 / droidforums.net
Hi All:Is there any way at all to make the power button act as the shutter button??? Is hard to take a put with the screen shutter.Also: I'm putting a smart action on for when my screen is off. I already selected to disable background sync but what is the difference between that & disabling phone data? What does it do? Can I still get calls & texts? TIA! Sent from my DROID RAZR using DroidForums Sent from my DROID RAZR using DroidForums
posted on: Droid RAZR MAXX
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disable background data when screen is off?


Friday 12th of August 2011 / droidforums.net
is there a way, through either an app or setting, to disable background data when the screen is off? so like weather and that stuff will only update when i have the phone unlocked.
posted on: HTC Droid Incredible 2
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maxx hd - Page 5


Saturday 20th of October 2012 / droidforums.net
Originally Posted by TisMyDroidWelcome to Droid Forums! For #1, it needs to have Wi-Fi or 3g/4g enabled in order to update, possibly background data also. If you are using a smart action to disable these things while screen is off, then it can't update until after you turn the screen back on.#2, I believe the stock text message indicator will only reset if you open texts from the stock text app. If you are using a third party app (GoSMS or Handcent) to get your texts, then those texts still are unopened on the stock text app.Thanks for the welcome and the reply! I only use stock apps. For me to get the Weather Circle app to update, I have to press it and sometimes it updates. If not, then I need go into the Weather settings and turn off current location-go back out and then turn current location back on. Then it updates. Now, having Weather on my phone is not priority. However I do not want to be seeing it's "clear and sunny" when it's raining at 11pm. All my services are enabled and background process limit is set to standard, which is normal I guess. I use the stock text
posted on: Droid RAZR MAXX HD
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Battery Info For the Incredible S ( Directly From HTC)


Monday 30th of May 2011 / androidforums.com
1. Lower screen brightness. From the Home screen, press Menu>Settings>Display>Brightness. 2. Turn off WiFi, GPS, and Bluetooth when you don't need them. 3. Disable WiFi network notifications. Menu>Settings>Wireless & networks>WiFi settings. Uncheck the Network notification box. 4. Disable "always on" mobile data. This is one of the biggest battery savers. Menu>Settings>Wireless & networks>Mobile networks uncheck the box at Enable always-on mobile data. 5. Turn off background data. Menu>Settings>Accounts & sync>Uncheck the Background data box so that applications cannot sync, send, and receive data whenever they want to. 6. Lower the screen timeout interval. Menu>Settings>Display>Screen Timeout. 7. Manually turn off the screen when not in use.8. Turn off auto-sync. Menu>Settings>Accounts & sync uncheck Auto-sync.9. Change auto-sync frequency (Weather, News, Stocks, Twitter, etc). If you don't want to turn off auto-sync, you can adjust how frequently data is retrieved/updated. The settings vary depending on th
posted on: HTC Incredible S
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