Out of my LG Revolution (3G/4G), at least one day of network connection (a 10 hour day) is all I wanted. A simple hand held system to see and answer my emails, make a few phone calls without a battery charge. When the battery gets to half gone I panic easily. I've not yet to figure out how to set Adobe Flash to Turn On Only On Demand, but will shortly and let you know. The default on Adobe is set to On and I cannot find the Settings for my Browser, but will.
This article has helped a lot and I've unistalled some downloaded applications because they run all the time, even during sleep-mode. Important to me was to have connectibility with my clients, receive and answer emails while on the road. Very simple.
Improve Your Android Phone's Battery Life | PCMag.com
Whether it's a lowly LG Optimus or the latest myTouch 4G, here's how to get the most out of your Android-powered cell phone's battery.
Android-powered cell phones may be powerful devices, but devices like the Motorola Droid X and Samsung Vibrant don't have endless battery life. In fact, many owners would be happy to make it through a single day, hoping that a nightly recharge is sufficient.
Sadly, it sometimes isn't. A number of factors have conspired to reduce gadget endurance over the past several years. Thinner designs with less room for the battery, larger screens, faster processors, software that runs in the background, and power-hungry GPS chips all share responsibility. The move to 3G and 4G networks has also taken its toll. Our battery life test results drop significantly—sometimes more than half—when we're testing an AT&T or T-Mobile phone in 3G mode instead of 2G alone. Full Story . . . .
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