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    I've owned my phone and my battery life seems to be about the same as It was before.

    I listen to my music during my whole work shift which is 8 or 9 hours... And sometimes I can even go two nights in a row, depending how much I use the phone in between.

    Everyone just needs to make sure they don't have useless apps running in the background, turn off wi-fi when you know you won't use it.( I read that If you drive around with ur wifi on and there is alot of networks that you pass while driving you can kill the battery super fast that way)

    Like someone said earlier, download boss prefs and turn stuff off when not using it, it will really save your battery.


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    Dude, please no one say anything about applications.

    Me and some other people still have the battery problem right after a fresh restore with no 3rd party applications. No SSH either. I really want to solve this because I cant take it anymore.

    I am scared to connect to wi-fi now. Let's come up with a solution already.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunnetchi View Post
    Dude, please no one say anything about applications.

    Me and some other people still have the battery problem right after a fresh restore with no 3rd party applications. No SSH either. I really want to solve this because I cant take it anymore.

    I am scared to connect to wi-fi now. Let's come up with a solution already.
    Do you have the static noise in the headphone (hard to hear in the apple ones), that comes and goes?

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    Default Hard reset

    I was experiencing similar problems after bootneuter (marked neuter, unlock). I previously used iPlus.
    The battery drain stopped after a hard reset, menu-sleep +10 sec. Rebooting the hardware did not solve the issue, but a hard reset did.
    I am now enjoying the usual charge time again (2 days of hard using).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Floodland View Post
    I was experiencing similar problems after bootneuter (marked neuter, unlock). I previously used iPlus.
    The battery drain stopped after a hard reset, menu-sleep +10 sec. Rebooting the hardware did not solve the issue, but a hard reset did.
    I am now enjoying the usual charge time again (2 days of hard using).
    What's a hard reset and how do you do it (I mean, a slightly more detailed description of what you have already said)?

    Thanks

    Edit: Never mind, I think I know what you mean, home button and sleep/wake button pressed simultaneously until the phone resets
    Last edited by Marco60; 05-12-2008 at 03:39 PM. Reason: I realized I know what a hard reset is


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    i too want to add to the topic. in old times my 1.1.2 OTB used to hold battery very firmly but this morning i've been late for work because iphone didn't wake me up - the battery was absolutely drained although the day before i fully charged it. i also noticed over the period of ownership that battery would not last more than 1.5-2 days depending on usage. i can't say i talk alot over the iphone, but it could be up to two hours every day. sometimes a little less and sometimes a little more. wi-fi is on all the time coz there's no point in iphone without wi-fi. now is this normal behaviour of the phone you would say or is my pwned iphone about to join the club?

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    Maybe you can try reflashing your baseband and bootloader with boot neuter it worked for me yesterday my battery was 50% at this time of day and I did not use the phone at all to day its still full and I have been browsing for awhile. Might not work for every one but doesn't hurt to try ijust flashed to 3.9 and took off the unlock on baseband flashed and then put all settings back to how they should be and flashed again

    Like I said doesn't hurt to try

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    i noticed that 1st ever release of pwnage for mac, iphone gets good battery life ~2-3 days
    winpwn gets ~1-1.5 days

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    i winpwned my phone today and i too have the problem
    MacBook Pro OS X SNOW Leopard
    iPhone 4 16GB iOS 4.2
    iPad WiFi 64GB iOS 4.2
    BlackBerry Curve 3G (9300)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fab1Man View Post
    Is everyone so stupid? I really don't get it! SSH is not running as long as you don't have an active connection. See it yourself:
    In terminal type:
    # ps -A
    Nowhere it says that the SSH Daemon is running, so it can't drain your battery? Why is everybody so stupid in saying it drains your battery, when it physically doesn't do it??
    Early versions of SSH when it first came out were using an always-on process to monitor connections. Eventually this got changed but in the early days SSH did drain the battery. Unfortunately, not many people understood the change and this forum is full of early posts suggesting to turn off SSH to save battery.


 

 

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