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Introduction
I Would like to create aA definitive guide on how to get the maximum longevity from the HTC Evo. Evo battery. The guide will focus on both free and a little bit of non-free affordable solutions. The goal here is to not have an Evo that shuts down in 5 hrs of not being plugged in. with a five hour minimum battery life. [ … ] giant screen, however screen. However, the first thing you notice on all reviews is the shitty awful battery life the Evo has. However that can change. has. [ … ] suffers (in my opinion) from feature overload, and too much power for too little needs. This will drain battery. And Sprint does not help out when it comes to apps that you can't remove which keep the Apps with large battery drainage to a maximum. At usage cannot be deleted. At 50% power you will get 99% of your needs met... and well met (on Froyo 2.2). So met. So why waste large amounts of energy on a powerful cpu processor that is mostly idle needed but killing battery? the battery life? With these steps I managed to increase the battery life of my the Evo about 70% compared to my wife who has not done this. And I definitely use my evo heavily. [ ] Now to note, I don't use 4G since I live in New York, officially Sprint has not rolled out 4G coverage (yet) in New York. 4G kills battery life faster than any other Antenna. However later discussed will be tools to mitigate this. .
I Would like to create aA definitive guide on how to get the maximum longevity from the HTC Evo. Evo battery. The guide will focus on both free and a little bit of non-free affordable solutions. The goal here is to not have an Evo that shuts down in 5 hrs of not being plugged in. with a five hour minimum battery life. [ … ] giant screen, however screen. However, the first thing you notice on all reviews is the shitty awful battery life the Evo has. However that can change. has. [ … ] suffers (in my opinion) from feature overload, and too much power for too little needs. This will drain battery. And Sprint does not help out when it comes to apps that you can't remove which keep the Apps with large battery drainage to a maximum. At usage cannot be deleted. At 50% power you will get 99% of your needs met... and well met (on Froyo 2.2). So met. So why waste large amounts of energy on a powerful cpu processor that is mostly idle needed but killing battery? the battery life? With these steps I managed to increase the battery life of my the Evo about 70% compared to my wife who has not done this. And I definitely use my evo heavily. [ ] Now to note, I don't use 4G since I live in New York, officially Sprint has not rolled out 4G coverage (yet) in New York. 4G kills battery life faster than any other Antenna. However later discussed will be tools to mitigate this. .
Summary
A (hopefully) definitive guide to the HTC Evo and getting the maximum battery life without sacrificing... anything really. Maybe a few seconds a day of actually being power-conscious. sacrificing anything.
A (hopefully) definitive guide to the HTC Evo and getting the maximum battery life without sacrificing... anything really. Maybe a few seconds a day of actually being power-conscious. sacrificing anything.