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This is a discussion on Android Music Player Turns On in Car! within the Electronics/Car Audio forums, part of the Interior Mods category; Hmm. I'll look into that. To be honest, I am not overly enthused with my Charge, so I am kind ...

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    Hmm. I'll look into that. To be honest, I am not overly enthused with my Charge, so I am kind of just waiting out the contract on it, then I will upgrade to something better. As I said before, I rarely use any music player, it is only on there as a backup. I figure that if I can't delete the stock one anyway, there is no need to download another that will only clutter up my phone. If was ever going to stream something from my phone, it would be Pandora.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 722ish View Post
    Sorry, not to sidetrack but are you talking about doubling the note battery?

    Sent from my SAMSUNG-SGH-I717 using Tapatalk 2


    Ya.. the Note, or practically any other Android smart phone. Average use the battery on my Note will last about three days. On standby it will easily last a week or more without a charge. Heavy use I can get about 24 hours.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DemonWRX View Post
    Yes....if you root the phone, remove all the unused/unneeded aps, and make a few other small adjustments you can significantly improve battery life of most smart phones. This can either be done manually, or by replacing the ROM with a custom ROM that has it all done for you.
    Right, which I've done with no radical improvement in battery life. Thanks for the heads up though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 722ish View Post
    Right, which I've done with no radical improvement in battery life. Thanks for the heads up though.


    Did you set up your undervolting and CPU profiles? I've got my Note running at 384/192 conservative with the screen off, on the lowest voltage possible. And with the screen on the scaling mode is set to smartassv2. That's just a start, but probably the main thing that saves my battery. That, and not having anything unnecessary that runs in the background.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MainFrame View Post
    Did you set up your undervolting and CPU profiles? I've got my Note running at 384/192 conservative with the screen off, on the lowest voltage possible. And with the screen on the scaling mode is set to smartassv2. That's just a start, but probably the main thing that saves my battery. That, and not having anything unnecessary that runs in the background.

    I think I may actually have a problem with the phone, it seems to not like to go below that 384, and only seems to like to sit in 1512mhz even idle time. It is getting warm too, more than normal, the battery I mean. I think I am going to get another phone and try again, I hadn't paid attention to how erratic it had been behaving.

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