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Thread: Goodbye Mercury

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    Quote Originally Posted by indica View Post
    your phone is also retail price without contract between $650-$800
    on a side note, my $20 samsung chrono gets about 3 days heavy usage before i must charge it. .
    My brothers Nokia still has 99% since he bought it.

    Sent from my Verizon Samsung Galaxy S3 4G LTE

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    And the Nokia can destroy a bomb shelter, so that's a plus. ;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by ScoreUser34 View Post
    Get the app Juice Defender, that app helps battery life, in my mercury.
    Ive been curious how well Juice Defender works with the Mercury, I'm currently using GSam battery monitor which shows information on what is using the battery most etc. I can usually get 24 hrs out of my battery but thats with Auto-sync disabled (Background data is enabled) I don't get gmail notifications this way but other apps such as Draw Something still notify.

    I Never realized how much battery drain occurs with google sync enabled, i'm guessing part of that is due to my 3G signal being weak most of the time which in itself drains battery quicker, according to GSam my phone signal is very poor 80% of the time, it has a "Phone Radio" stats page which shows signal quality on a 1 - 5 scale (5 being best) and my Mercury spends most of the day with a score of 1 and never makes it above 3. Is that Cricket or the Phones fault? Not sure.

    Last edited by Mathesar; 07-31-2012 at 06:20 PM.


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