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How to Save Battery While Running Android on HD2 (Leo)
With the arrival of Android builds for the HTC Leo, we have seen that battery consumption is a problem not solved yet. XDA member Shatterv2 wrote a complete “how to” guide with tips to save battery.
Using SetCPU, which is an application for over/under clocking devices, and following the steps provided by the developer, your battery should last longer when running Android.
One good thing is that members are also posting their personal configurations as alternatives to test and decide which one works better for the Leo.
Originally posted by Shatterv2
[HOW-TO] Save battery while running any android build on your HD2.
As android builds are getting more and more closer to being daily builds, one of the standing issues that remains is battery life.
This thread is where posts concerning How to Save battery should go. NOT Questions, but suggestions. If your suggestion is one to look into, it will be added to the OP.
*MODs* Please sticky this thread if you feel it will be helpful to the average user.
You can find more information in the tweaking guide.
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