Jimmy McGee · Aug 8, 2012 at 01:00 pm

Fast Dormancy – The Whole Story – XDA Developer TV

On today’s XDA Developer TV Erica is back to talk about the interesting topic of fast dormancy again. In last week’s video Erica gave an overview of Fast Dormancy, what it is and how it works. After weeks of research and hard work, Erica submits a great doctoral dissertation on Fast Dormancy.

In this video Erica talks demonstrates the 3G state changes and discusses their impacts on the phone and battery life. She talks about how her network changes 3G states.  Finally, Erica talks about what happens if you disable or enable Fast Dormancy and how your cellular network provider’s policies can impact the state changes. Lastly a demonstration of XDA Elite Recognized Developer supercurio’s application Voodoo RRC Tool is given. Be sure to join in on the discussion in this thread.

Be sure to check out other great XDA Developer TV Videos!

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Check out Erica’s YouTube Channel and the Samsung Smart App Challenge 2012!


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