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    Default apps installed on BB to get high ADR

    Hi all,

    I seems to see some people whom installed either hybrid, and some get high ADR and some get extremely low ADR.
    Just wondering if apps installed do have any influence on the ADR
    I just want to share what apps I have installed, and currently with RC8 I am getting 2-3% ADR

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    oops, and not to mention, porsche p9981 theme on my 9900
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    The latest WhatsApp has been giving SOME high ADRs, but only occasionally. I don't believe BeJoose actually works, despite paying $0.99 for it.

    My Apps:
    Facebook
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    AdvanceOSandLED
    BB Bridge(yes, it makes a difference, if you bridge you can kiss your free memory goodbye)
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    Google Maps
    Google Sync
    leeboUltraDock Theme
    MeterBerry
    Opera Mini
    OTA Downloader(less time browsing the internet for links)
    Tapatalk

    The reason i don't use app world would have to be put down to the fact that if you later want to uninstall, some issues have been known to arise, sites like KingKong and AppKita - BlackBerry Ota - BlackBerry AppWorld have links for your phone that can save you time and energy(may want to bookmark those)


    Current ADR on B@stard Ambage:
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    Whatsapp is a adr killer. Nice Adr Mercer
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    Quote Originally Posted by BoldAlways View Post
    Whatsapp is a adr killer. Nice Adr Mercer
    Agreed, it's working smoothly, mem has been a bit high though.

    I think the key to WhatsApp is to "Exit" unless you're typing, you should still get messages, and then just respond to them and exit once more. unless you're having a longer conversation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bmercer94 View Post
    Agreed, it's working smoothly, mem has been a bit high though.

    I think the key to WhatsApp is to "Exit" unless you're typing, you should still get messages, and then just respond to them and exit once more. unless you're having a longer conversation.
    I believe its the best way to lower drain using whatsapp... As for ambage looking good! When did you loaded it? Temp is a bit high also... Been bridging?
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    Quote Originally Posted by BoldAlways View Post
    I believe its the best way to lower drain using whatsapp... As for ambage looking good! When did you loaded it? Temp is a bit high also... Been bridging?
    i've never had any hybrid run under 28, i loaded ambage just over 24h ago.

    the fact that i'm a "DriveSafe.ly always in background, WiFi always on" person could attribute to this.
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    Mine is at 19 Celsius, still looking pretty good good job!
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    Mine can get to that low, or lower, during overnight idling, but heats up as i use it. I no longer notice if it's warmer or cool due to my case.
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    Even during working day it gets low temperatures, only when its more used (usually during long calls) temp goes up to the 27>31.
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    Default apps installed on BB to get high ADR

    Lucky. Could be a device thing(9700v9900)

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    It must be related to different devices. I tend to use "cooler" sfis because even in this device some sfis have higher working temperature.
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    I'm using .723 for the added smoothness.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BoldAlways View Post
    Whatsapp is a adr killer. Nice Adr Mercer
    confirm, I have hybrid alcohol and latest version of whatsapp, ADR approx 7 - 11
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    have you tried the method I mentioned above? exit unless you're using it
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    Apps I have installed:

    AOSLED
    Antair Send Delayed
    berryreader
    berryweather
    appworld
    bridge
    bbm
    bb protect
    cameramute
    clipboard history
    easylock pro
    FB
    fancytran
    GoogleMap
    Lensboost
    MeterBerry
    Mini Banner live CB edition
    Tapatalk
    Whatsapp
    XE Currency
    YouTube

    Overnight idle >2.0% (3G and Connected to WIFI)

    Daytime idle 2.5% - 3.5% (3G)

    Usage 4% - 10%
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    My Apps

    FB (Infrequent)
    Twitter (Never)
    Blackberry Travel (Frequent)
    Quickpull (Medium)
    Memboo (Frequent)
    Whatsapp (Frequent)
    Viber No Voice (Frequent)
    Opera (Frequent)
    Google Maps (Frequent)

    BTW - Facebook Messenger has lots of problems with my Hybrid , Had to get rid of it

    Im on EDGE so my adr is very good , havent tested on 3g , I assume there would be slight increase though
    Bold 9900 - .746 Large Rogers + .714 Large Sfi + BL Returns 1.00 + BL Returns 2.00 = ADR < 1% (EDGE)
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    Quote Originally Posted by l0rd1 View Post
    confirm, I have hybrid alcohol and latest version of whatsapp, ADR approx 7 - 11
    I think this is rather a high ADR...check your app settings
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    Quote Originally Posted by bmercer94 View Post
    The latest WhatsApp has been giving SOME high ADRs, but only occasionally. I don't believe BeJoose actually works, despite paying $0.99 for it.

    My Apps:
    Facebook
    Twitter
    AdvanceOSandLED
    BB Bridge(yes, it makes a difference, if you bridge you can kiss your free memory goodbye)
    DriveSafe.ly
    Google Maps
    Google Sync
    leeboUltraDock Theme
    MeterBerry
    Opera Mini
    OTA Downloader(less time browsing the internet for links)
    Tapatalk

    The reason i don't use app world would have to be put down to the fact that if you later want to uninstall, some issues have been known to arise, sites like KingKong and AppKita - BlackBerry Ota - BlackBerry AppWorld have links for your phone that can save you time and energy(may want to bookmark those)


    Current ADR on B@stard Ambage:
    http://img525.imageshack.us/img525/8...2112207455.jpg
    When is Ambage being released?
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    Quote Originally Posted by bmercer94 View Post
    The latest WhatsApp has been giving SOME high ADRs, but only occasionally. I don't believe BeJoose actually works, despite paying $0.99 for it.

    My Apps:
    Facebook
    Twitter
    AdvanceOSandLED
    BB Bridge(yes, it makes a difference, if you bridge you can kiss your free memory goodbye)
    DriveSafe.ly
    Google Maps
    Google Sync
    leeboUltraDock Theme
    MeterBerry
    Opera Mini
    OTA Downloader(less time browsing the internet for links)
    Tapatalk

    The reason i don't use app world would have to be put down to the fact that if you later want to uninstall, some issues have been known to arise, sites like KingKong and AppKita - BlackBerry Ota - BlackBerry AppWorld have links for your phone that can save you time and energy(may want to bookmark those)


    Current ADR on B@stard Ambage:
    http://img525.imageshack.us/img525/8...2112207455.jpg
    When is Ambage being released?
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    Very interesting thread...
    My app list is fairly long but the app I find causes the most contribution to higher than normal ADR is Visual Voicemail. No choice if I want that voice mail service from Rogers. Great in theory but the app is brutal on CPU use and always needs to be shut down by App Resource Monitor. My ADR tends to range 3.5 to 5.5 despite significant improvement by BL hybrids.

    Apps...
    Ascendo DataVault
    BB10 Countdown
    Bloomberg
    CamUltimate Pro
    Facebook
    Flashlight Pro
    Google Talk
    Meterberry
    Poynt
    Rogers MyAccount
    ScoreMobile FC (more lag here than with ScoreMobile basic app - If you're happy with soccer coverage in basic app, stick with it)
    Screen Muncher
    SmartWiFi
    T4BB
    TuneIn Radio Pro
    Weather Network
    Visual VoiceMail

    Many themes installed but 99% run default, and always run default theme when I'm looking at relative ADR performance of an OS.
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    appkita has been suspended ?!
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    Quote Originally Posted by sheldonbk View Post
    Very interesting thread...
    My app list is fairly long but the app I find causes the most contribution to higher than normal ADR is Visual Voicemail. No choice if I want that voice mail service from Rogers. Great in theory but the app is brutal on CPU use and always needs to be shut down by App Resource Monitor. My ADR tends to range 3.5 to 5.5 despite significant improvement by BL hybrids.

    Apps...
    Ascendo DataVault
    BB10 Countdown
    Bloomberg
    CamUltimate Pro
    Facebook
    Flashlight Pro
    Google Talk
    Meterberry
    Poynt
    Rogers MyAccount
    ScoreMobile FC (more lag here than with ScoreMobile basic app - If you're happy with soccer coverage in basic app, stick with it)
    Screen Muncher
    SmartWiFi
    T4BB
    TuneIn Radio Pro
    Weather Network
    Visual VoiceMail

    Many themes installed but 99% run default, and always run default theme when I'm looking at relative ADR performance of an OS.
    You should be able to shrink out visual voicemail by removing the .cod files associated with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bmercer94 View Post
    You should be able to shrink out visual voicemail by removing the .cod files associated with it.
    Thanks but I'm not looking to shrink it out. I'm using the service & being very patient with the lag that it causes on my 9900.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sojaysings@gmail.com View Post
    When is Ambage being released?
    I'll probably post it tomorrow...just making sure things are smooth and error-free.
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