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iPhone 1.1.1 Battery issues//
Hey people, two thumbs fresh for all the good work your all doing, hats off to the dev team. Ill be donating after payday!
I've Jailroken, Activated and Unlocked an 1.1.1 OTB iPhone - iNdependence and anySIM with FUGU SSH for Apptap etc.
I get 2 days battery life maximum and was thinking of 'Restoring' form iTunes (after deleting the 1.1.1 download file in itunes dir) to see if i can make my battery last longer.
Will this lock out my phone and ruin the anySIM baseband or will it work fine?
Ive disabled SSH, WIFI, Edge and BT and it still doesnt last. Brightness is on minimum and i always lock it - Apple claim 10 days standby? How on earth did that manage even 5?
If anyone has any suggestions or the same experience please let me know.
2 working days battery life is normal. I guess you must be confused with the term standby time.
According to this page
Stand-by time is the length of time the device could last, logged onto your phone network but with the screen blanked and with no actual useage, before a fully charged battery ran out and the smartphone would no longer turn on. And it's a statistic that could make all the difference if you're forced to go without that daily recharge from a convenient mains socket. While being used, a device using any OS will use a roughly comparable amount of battery current, with processor, screen and assorted comms technologies all being used. But in between these bursts of activity, it'd be nice to not have significant battery power leaking away through keeping the OS alive.
You are now having 1.1.1,
- if just restore to 1.1.1, you won't have to apply anySIM again. The effect of anySIM stay intact even after restore. But this won't save you extra days of battery life.
- extra steps involved in restoring to 1.0.2, which you need to put your phone into DFU mode (refer to iNdependence 1.2.5), restore your iPhone software to 1.0.2, and then downgrade your baseband firmware (refer to this page
Thus it is not recommended.
Your iPhone's battery life is normal. Thus, don't fix it if it ain't broken.
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