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Battery Script for Xperia Live Helps Improve Battery Life
Battery life on phones is very important and especially so on Android devices. One of the biggest and longest running complaints of the Android line is bad battery life. While manufacturers and Google have worked together to build phones with bigger batteries and better power management, some phones came out after these improvements and could use the extra help.
There are a few requirements before you give this a shot, should you want to, and include:
1. Your Live must be ROOT
2. Having already init.d folder, if not done this there can come a tutor>> http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=894445
3. if there is such previous script2 juwel ram script, V6 and script2 battery please delete it before just follow the tut’s is so clashed …. but if you want to try without doing a delete script2 mentioned above … please … … don’t forget, still could always do a backup first for awasome try this script! Do Way on Your Risk!!
So for those who own one of the aforementioned Xperia phones, you can check out this nifty little script in its original thread to find additional information, installation instructions and download links. The installation instructions make it look a little tough, so make sure you understand the instructions before attempting. Otherwise, have at it.
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