Also see if your wife is using the 4G feature - that's another power
eater, I believe. Especially if there are no towers for it nearby.
There are other optimization ideas out on the net - even Sprint has some
for the Epic.
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 theon&
available WAP. At home it connects to our WiFi no problems.
So for the moment I've told her to turn off WiFi when she gets to work&
turn it back on when she gets home. Not sure if she'll do it or not. If
she does then we should know in a few days if the battery "mystery" is
Is there an Android app that'll let us schedule hours for turning WiFi
off? It'd be good to automate that.--
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