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Beersoft Battery Monitor

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[250]batterymonitor.JPG

File Name :: Beersoft Battery Monitor

Author :: beersoft

Category :: Utilities - Phone Management

Description ::

Beersoft Battery Monitor

See how long i think your battery is going to last with this super usefull program

(all unlocked smartphones)

Updated Mon, Jan 31 2005 11:59 pm

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Beersoft Battery Monitor looks kuhl but how do I install it:?:

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all you need to do is copy the cab file to

/ipsm/windows/start menu/ or /storage/windows/start menu/

then click on it from the programs menu

later

Owen

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Cool App, and very useful, I have been using it alot. However I am not sure what all the figures mean i.e Fastest / Slowest / Average / Last / Current? Can you give me an explanation please.

Cheers,

Goatfaced.

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ok, the magic numbers mean

fastest is the quickest time the phone has used 1% of battery (somewhere between 2 and 11 is normal)

slowest is the longest amount of time the battery has used 1% in (somewhere between 45 and 3 hours is average)

average is the average of the fastest,slowest current and last

and current/last is just what its doing at the moment, and what the last one was

later

Owen

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all you need to do is copy the cab file to

/ipsm/windows/start menu/ or /storage/windows/start menu/

then click on it from the programs menu

later

Owen

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What a great Freeware...thanks very much!!

Your Fans in Hong Kong :lol:

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Excellent soft ! thank you very much !

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When I downloaded the file it cam up as a Zip file on my PC.

Then I couldn't unzip it. What do I need to do to get the file to copy from my PC to my C500?

Thanks :D

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its a .cab file, not a .zip file

copy the .cab file to:

mobile device/my smartphone / storage/ windows/start menu

then on the phone look in the menu, you will see the file. run it

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I awnt to experience the coolness of this software do you have version for registered phone?I'm usin Smartphone 2003 voyager.

Thanks

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it will run on any 2003 device, even if its not unlocked (you just accept the "this is unsigned blah blah blah" and it will run

if anyone wants to give me the 500 big ones that it needs to get it signed i'll do it :D

later

Owen

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it will run on any 2003 device, even if its not unlocked (you just accept the "this is unsigned blah blah blah" and it will run

if anyone wants to give me the 500 big ones that it needs to get it signed i'll do it :D

later

Owen

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hehe. Nice try Beerie :D

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wow..this is a great software ! Thanks alot ! :D

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Dear Beersoft.

I installed your app and found it to be excellent and very easy to use, however I have a question regarding the numbers. My phone is an SMT 5600 suposed to last 140 hours on stand by, but I get about 1 day.

The numbers I get are as follows:

Battery: 83%

Fastest: oh:2m

Slowest: 2h:14m

Average: 2h:22m

last: 0h:1m

current: 0h:19m

Time Left 1d:18h:3m

Time Running 7h:17m

Are them correct or is there a problem with my phone or battery?

Thanks

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ok, the magic numbers mean

fastest is the quickest time the phone has used 1% of battery (somewhere between 2 and 11 is normal)

slowest is the longest amount of time the battery has used 1% in (somewhere between 45 and 3 hours is average)

average is the average of the fastest,slowest current and last

and current/last is just what its doing at the moment, and what the last one was

later

Owen

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Hello!

How can it be?:

Battery: 71%

Fastest: 0d 0h 4m

Slowest 0d 3h 34m

Average: 0d 5h 31m ????

Last: 0d 0h 11m

Current: 0d 0h 15m

Time left: 5d 17h 26m ????

Time running: 0d 18h 25m

How can average value be bigger than slowest value? :) Can you give the way, how it calculates the average value?

But... graet soft anyway :D

TIA

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Dear Beersoft.

I installed your app and found it to be excellent and very easy to use, however I have a question regarding the numbers.  My phone is an SMT 5600 suposed to last 140 hours on stand by, but I get about 1 day.

Thanks

<{POST_SNAPBACK}>

Try turning off Bluetooth, that eats up a lot of battery.

This is a neat app. I assume the OS tracks the battery capacity, and simply reports to you the percentage. But does the OS keep track of the time between % readings, or do you have to track that?

It is interesting that if I never turn on the screen, it could last 12 days.

Has anyone written up how much current draw there is to doing different tasks? (IE: Screen on bright = 25 mA. Screen dim = 20 mA. Screen OFF and no program running = 1 mA, running DOOM = 50 mA, etc.) (Hey those were just examples NOT REAL DATA)

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Hello Beersoft,

I tried this software in my spv c500 but i think it does not works as i see 2 files(_setup, 000000d_.001) in the zip file i downloaded i tried to copy both the files in the start menu but it does not work for me. :cry:

im i doing something wrong...

please help.. ;)

thx in advance..

Bob

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Hello Beersoft,

I tried this software in my spv c500 but i think it does not works as i see 2 files(_setup, 000000d_.001) in the zip file i downloaded i tried to copy both the files in the start menu but it does not work for me. :cry:

im i doing something wrong...

please help.. :D

thx in advance..

Bob

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Once again bobby it is a cab file not a zip. ;)

Don't extract the archive move it to the start menu of your phone and click on it - it will extract itself and install - have a look at what Disco Stu said in the other threads you posted in. :D

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Hi,

Jamma cheeers it worked and its really kool... 8)

thx for the help...

i fink now i can download most of the programs as i was extracting them :evil: and that was the problem..

regards

Bob ;)

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I copied it to my start menu, clicked and nothing happened, load of rubbish.

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I copied it to my start menu, clicked and nothing happened, load of rubbish.

<{POST_SNAPBACK}>

the cab file?

did it ask to install anything?

did you restart your phone afterwards?

did you think posting a rude request for help would make us want to help?

later

Owen

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Sorry, didn't mean to be rude, I was being flippant.

It appears the only rubbish thing involved was me, I've now got it working.

the cab file?

did it ask to install anything?

did you restart your phone afterwards?

did you think posting a rude request for help would make us want to help?

later

Owen

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The program is very nice! I just tried it on my i-mate SP5 - seems to be working ok (will post updates if I found anything strange).

This is actually the first program I've found that can estimate run time on HTC Tornado (WM5) devices which is excellent!

Beersoft, could I aks you couple of questions - program runs always in background and collects statistics data and this is the way it estimates runtime remaining based on battery charge % - right?

If so - does program load somehow on startup meaning not necessary to run it right after reset in order to start collecting data? (I didn't see it in memory when I restarted the phone)

Thanks again for the nice tool!

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I don't get any values, just a square instead of the value..

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ok

What phone you using?

I havent personaly tested it on any WM5 devices but people have had had it working

If you can give us some more info we can get it working

later

Owen

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