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  1. CountIblis added a post in a topic Battery Manager   

    Thanks for suggestion. I'll give Greenify a go for a few days and then try Tasker.
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  2. CountIblis added a post in a topic Battery Manager   

    Thanks - I've already bought the IPEGA PG-9023 based on this guy's page, and I think I've done all the 'remove the bloat' stuff mentioned, but I haven't tried Greenify yet, so I'll give that a go.
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  3. CountIblis added a topic in Tesco Hudl 2   

    Battery Manager
    Given that the Hudl2 battery is not the greatest, I've been using Battery Doctor for a while now but I keep having to kill apps draining the battery every time I turn on the device which is a pain. I've given DU Battery Saver a go a while ago but found it a bit ad-intensive. You can set Battery Saver to auto-kill apps, but I wasn't convinced it was helping.
    Can anyone suggest a good app to maximise battery life?
    Presumably rooting helps (I believe you can then step the processor down a bit which would help and alleviate how hot it gets as well?), but I'd rather hang on to see if we get Lollipop before I start thinking about that. I recently upgraded my Moto G to Lollipop and found the battery lasts significantly longer, so fingers crossed it comes along at some point.
    I've turned off GPS, bluetooth, wifi etc. Any other ideas?
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  4. CountIblis added a topic in ZTE Blade / Libra -   

    San Francisco Boot Animation
    Hi there

    Hopefully this isn't a stupid question - I've done a bit of searching and can't find the answer.

    I'm trying to change my boot animation on my rooted San Francisco using Boot Animations Root from J Rummy apps:

    The problem is I can't seem to find where the install location should be. I've tried \system\media and a few similar ones and I've tried to search for the existing file without success. The program can obviously find it as it is capable of previewing it.

    Can anyone help by telling me where the boot anims are stored on a San Francisco?

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