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How I Extended My Android Battery Life With JuiceDefender

Managing battery life on an Android device can be frustrating. Many applications run in the background and system processes suck a lot of power, even when the phone is idling. Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich did a lot to improve the transparency of what apps are affecting performance and battery life, but there are still a few tricks to squeeze out a few more hours of battery life out of your Android phone.

There are three versions of JuiceDefender: Free, Plus, and Ultimate. The free version is a great way to try out JuiceDefender. By default, JuiceDefender Free schedules turning on the WiFi or cellular radio at a fifteen minute interval. When you first enable JuiceDefender, you will find that your push notifications will not appear instantaneously because of this set interval.

JuiceDefender Free comes with presets for balanced and aggressive battery savings. The balanced preset will connect the device every 15 minutes while the aggressive preset will only check ever 30 minutes. The two paid versions of JuiceDefender offer more control and options to modify these presets or to create your own. Additionally, if your phone is rooted and its ROM supports CPU scaling, JuiceDefender will throttle the CPU when idling to reduce the strain on the battery.

         How Do I Configure JuiceDefender's  Minimal Profile

You can configure JuiceDefender to use the minimal profile to save a bit of battery life while keeping push notifications. This will require either JuiceDefender Plus or Ultimate to get the additional settings. Here's how to do it:

1.Enable the Balanced profile.
2.Activate the Advanced profile in the status tab.
3.In the "Controls" tab, ccroll down to the Keep enabled section and select both WiFi, data, and 4G if your phone supports it.
4.For a best buffer for low battery, go to the "Triggers" tab and make sure Battery is selected and choose when you want JuiceDefender to start managing the radios by killing them while the phone is asleep.
5.Scroll down and make sure Screen is enabled and that Ignore on low battery is disabled.

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