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  1. I would like to know members's opinions about the Android 5.xx, I've checked some forums and sites reporting a lot of bugs and battery drain issues, but at the same time some reported a good and smooth OS with better RAM management (Less RAM used) and some other new features, my smartphone is going to receive the Android 5.0.2 soon, so I want to know: 1- What is your general experience with the OS? 2- things you like? 3- things you dislike? 4- Is it worth the upgrade from KitKat? NB: Please give the exact version of your smartphone because the version 5.1 is reported the most stable
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    BatteryBar 3.6.1

    BatteryBar displays relevant information on your laptop's battery, such as full runtime and battery wear. With its help you can keep track on your battery's lifespan and figure out how to take better care of your laptop. The installer includes a BatteryBar toolbar and floating toolbar, and you can select which of these components you want to install (or both). It also offers support for additional themes and language translations. The interface of the tool consists of a very small frame which resembles a battery meter. It shows the current percentage of your remaining battery, but you can ho
  3. By Austin McIntire 2 hours ago While Internet Explorer is often treated as the red-headed step child of web browsers, there is one area in which Microsoft's browser has traditionally reigned supreme, battery life. Microsoft's own research has demonstrated IE's power efficiency, and recent test results from the website 7tutorials have once again proved that IE enables user to eke out the maximum amount of battery life from their Windows laptops and tablets. This particular test relied on the Peacekeeper battery test and was performed across a variety of devices including a Toshiba Encore 8" t
  4. By Kannon Yamada 21 May 2013 Would you believe that many computers and smartphones can run cooler and consume less power? A trick exists, called undervolting, which can increase your CPU’s efficiency with few drawbacks. If performed right, devices generally produce less heat while exhibiting improved battery performance. The process can require a great deal of patience and confidence as the potential for disaster exists. Only the stouthearted should even make an attempt. For those of you looking for quicker solutions to reduce battery drain, check out Tim’s excellent article on mainstream
  5. The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is one of the several great Android smartphones for power users, thanks to the convenience of its large 3,200mAh battery. However, if you want even more power, Mugen has you covered, as it has released a 6,500mAh extended battery for the Note 3. Since the Mugen extended Note 3 battery is thicker than the stock one, the company also provides a custom back cover to house it. It’s available in black or white, and the end result makes the Galaxy Note 3 a bit thicker than its usual 8.3mm waistline. Mugen states its extended Note 3 battery lasts 2.03 times as lon
  6. Snapdragon™ BatteryGuru is a battery life saver app that extends battery performance and improves overall user experience by intelligently making changes that optimize device functionality in phones with Snapdragon mobile processors. This app: More Info: play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.xiam.snapdragon.app Download:http://www.tusfiles.net/tqvk0pd41v1rhttp://www.indishare.com/tcza5g79efndhttp://up.bannedhost.com/hjjsolnru9fu
  7. Du Battery Saver would dispel your worry of the dying battery and free you out of the life tangled by cables! You deserve a prolonged battery! You can search & try our FREE version before purchase. ===Major New Features=== 1. Revolutionary UI design of main page 2. Brand new reform of those smart Widgets 3. Whole refactor of Settings page 4. One-key Diagnostic & Auto optimization upon the result 5. More manual optimization offered after diagnostic ===Only for PRO=== ★ One-Key diagnostic, a unbelievable foolproof way of battery saving. ★ Intelligent mode-switching: e.g. - adjusted
  8. From the Italian folks that have been leaking info based on a prototype Nexus 5 with early builds of Android 4.4 KitKat comes the latest revelation on Google's elusive handset and its versions. First off, their sources confirm there will be two versions of the phone, with 16 GB and 32 GB of storage, respectively. Google's test Play Store pages where the Nexus 5 was pictured with $349 price tag is probably for the variant with larger storage. No microSD card for expansion will be available, of course. Second, as much as we've heard about two battery capacity versions - 2300 mAh and 30
  9. Earlier this month, a tipster told me that the Google Nexus 5 could have two different batteries powering the phone, depending on which model of the device you're looking at. According to our source, the 16GB version of the phone will be powered by a 2300mAh cell while the 32GB variant will be powered by a larger 3000mAh battery. Last week I passed on the word from a leaked report out of Italy that stated that the Google Nexus 5 will have just one battery, and that will be a 2300mAh cell. here is the 2300mAh cell which was leaked out in a series of photographs.
  10. If you upgraded to a new flagship iPhone 5s recently and you’re now finding that your battery drains particularly quickly, it might be Apple’s fault. Battery life is always an issue for iPhone owners and owners of just about any modern smartphone, but the issue has been made even worse for some new iPhone 5s users. Apple said on Tuesday evening that some of its new iPhone 5s handsets have a manufacturing defect that causes excessive battery drain. Apple told The New York Times that the issue only impacts a “very limited” number of handsets, but considering how short smartphone battery life
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