- CrackBerry Genius
11-15-12, 11:57 AM #26
- 3,581 Posts
- Safety or stick?
Device Analyzer is available with .746. If it is not showing up, you need to go to your options>device. Then hold "ALT" down and type "bbda". There will be a pop-up screen that says BlackBerry Device Analyzer has been activated. Now tap "advance system settings" and you will see BlackBerry Device Analyzer at the bottom of the list.
- CrackBerry User
11-16-12, 06:44 AM #29
- 34 Posts
Horrible battery life
i am using hybrid .714 and berrylicious. Battery life is amazing!!! I can get through the day without worrying about my battery I can get 2 days on edge. And I am a pretty heavy user, checking ubersocial, fb, foursquare every half hour.
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- 11-21-12, 01:56 AM #30
My battery life is a lot better now. i used to have battery life like how the OP described. But i went through two days without charging whilst browsing and watching videos quite often, fairly easily with battery life to spare
- 11-26-12, 06:40 PM #31
No matter what anyone says, Advanced OS uses a lot of battery power. I currently only have it running the battery monitor and may just delete it once and for all as it's always running. What'sApp only uses a normal amount of battery power (and only when you are using it), even though it is a huge download.
One odd thing I've noticed is that when you go to the device analyzer and do a battery check (to see what's draining), that when you scroll down to the "Stethoscope" icon that is the device analyzer, it shows "Never Used" which is wrong as I am using it to see that message-LOL. Unless there is a separate Device Analyzer that I don't know about. Anyone notice that??
- 11-29-12, 04:21 PM #35
After installing yet one more battery monitor app (another $1.99 down the drain-lol) it again caused a 9% battery drain! Deleted it at once and reinstalled the Advanced OS with LED and now back to 2% battery drain during normal use. The only thing I can figure is that these different battery monitor apps (I have 4 on there) all have conflicting cod files that once installed continue to work against each other! I honestly can't imagine why else the battery drain rate would go up so drastically once one is installed. For whatever reason, the AdvOS feature doesn't seem to cause that issue so I will stay with it, even though that is the only feature I currently use on AdvOS. I know that AdvOS uses it's fair share of battery power when running several of its features but with the battery monitor only, it seems to be working good. If I knew how to completely dump the conflicting cod files I would, but I have no idea which ones are which, so I won't go there as God knows what other programs they work with
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