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Dude what u need is to install softlocker from the market dosent drain mutch battery 2percent max...in system usage.


Seems to have done the job ..... I'll test over the next couple of days and see how much drain it actually makes! Cheers for sharing.

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Glad it helped just let me know how the testing is going ....

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Hello,
can someone can post a video about the deep sleep "issue", please?

So I can see it, because I can't understand how the lag can be a "problem".

Someone can help, please? I want to buy this device and I'm undecided...

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Just buy it cant go wrong and the lag is if you let the phone go in..to deep sleep(stanby) for lets say 2 to 3 mins when you press the power or home botton to wake it it takes 2secs to bring up the screen ....making it seem like it laggs but softlocker fixes this ...

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Just buy it cant go wrong and the lag is if you let the phone go in..to deep sleep(stanby) for lets say 2 to 3 mins when you press the power or home botton to wake it it takes 2secs to bring up the screen ....making it seem like it laggs but softlocker fixes this ...

Ok, very good.
The last question: the phone has got the notification led?
I've sell my LG Optimus 2X for the laggy software and the missing notfication led (a 15€ Nokia has the led).

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No led.

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No led.

Ok, thanks, now I've a clear idea of what device to buy. HTC Sensation.

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Ok, thanks, now I've a clear idea of what device to buy. HTC Sensation.

I honestly prefer the gs2 over sensation and the not having lsd can be fixed with noled app ....

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I honestly prefer the gs2 over sensation and the not having lsd can be fixed with noled app ....

I sold the LG 2X because of the missing led: I need to know when the phone is fully charged or if the phone is powered on.

I prefer the Sensation, it's personal choice, obviously.

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Yea true say ...

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as fredewis said: try NOLED (http://www.androidpi...ed.notify/NoLED)...
since the sg2 has a amoled display this hardly drains any battery, so its a very clever idea. ;)

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I honestly prefer the gs2 over sensation and the not having lsd can be fixed with noled app ....


The SGS2 definitely has much more advantages over the Sensation than the Sensation has over the SGS2, but they're both fantastic phones.

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