Sunday, November 13, 2011

SGS XWJVU Battery Life

How's XWJVU Battery Life? Baseband XXJVT. I will make screen capture of the battery usage from time to time and update here...

Firmware version. This is stock. No changes made. No new apps installed.


Running Services


Day 1. 11 Nov 2011

13 Nov 2011. Battery remaining 66%

14 Nov 2011.Battery remaining 60%

15 Nov 2011. Battery remaining 51%

16 Nov 2011. Battery remaining 44%

17 Nov 2011. Battery remaining 30%
No charging...minor awake and screen ON. SIM card in...phone signal almost continuous GREEN.

The phone awake and consume WiFi.. it's the background services that connect to the internet and doing some update.

18 Nov 2011. Battery remaining 22%

WOW! It's been more than 6 days ..........android really good in stand-by...
7 days........NO charging................
Battery remaining 11%...dying....


Gone. The phone going blank. not manage to get screen shot of the last battery juice after 7 days...

Note:
This is stand by mode test. Sometime I ON it to view the battery usage and status, make screen capture and upload to picasaweb.

Battery tips here



10 comments:

  1. Thank you very much for the time you spent on this blog and with the I9000.

    Please, tell us if you find a more "traditional" way to ROOT the JVU (as with the JVT).

    Any luck finding the changelog?

    Regards,
    Julio (South America -> Uruguay -> Montevideo)

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  2. what do you mean traditional way? Odin?

    from now on do not use odin..it will increment the flash counter..if you already break it..never mind...me too... new root technique available called zergRush Exploit..

    read here
    http://jjpda.blogspot.com/2011/11/getting-rid-of-odin-to-root.html


    CF-Root moved to the same technique.. I will update my blog later on how to root using zergRush

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  3. zergRush use ADB to copy/install root to your phone...it will not touch your kernel..

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  4. Thank you very much jamain johari!

    I'll be reading the new techinque when you recommend us to upgrade to JVU :)

    I'm very happy with JVT + Semaphore 1.8.2 + EXT4

    Regards,
    Julio.-

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  5. Yes. For me jvt+semaphore still the best and most stable..lets wait for ics :)

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  6. I will be.more happy if semaphore hv RE version(removed bloatware or samsung apps)

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  7. Thank you very much for your comments :)

    It would be nice if you tell us the battery remaining day by day (like you did on November 13th).

    Could you explain us what is about your battery test? (stand-by only?)

    Regards,
    Julio.-

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  8. Thanks for the time you spent with us and ours I9000 :)

    I hope your new toy doesn't take much time to you ;)

    Great Blog by the way! I'm keep coming back every day :)

    Have a nice weekend!

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  9. I9000 developers seems like busy cooking ics.we are in the waiting mode.

    Cyanogen/darky/miui...lets see who's come out first :)

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  10. Thank you very much for your test and patience!

    Now you have finished it, could you make a new post explaining flashing (without ODIN) + Rooting with (with or without Semaphore)?

    What about the change-log for this ROM? Do you think it's wise/advisable for us to flash it?

    Thank you very much again, have a nice day pal!

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