On 8/5/2011 12:27 PM, John Jones wrote:
Along those lines my wife's Samsung Epic seems to drain a lot during theday
when she's at work. Right now we're working the assumption that it's theare
WiFi. She doesn't have a WAP she can connect to when at work but there
WAPs available. So the phone is apparently always trying to talk to the
available WAP. At home it connects to our WiFi no problems.
Wifi shouldn't take that much battery power ... even less when it can't
There should be a setting to turn OFF the ability to connect to any
I'll know for sure tonight :)
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