Save your Battery with SuperPower
Looking to save battery life on your Android phone? XDA Senior Moderator Chainfire has developed SuperPower. SuperPower is a battery saving utility that allows you to set certain variables so when a certain threshold is reached the app will perform a certain feature.
Main features that the app has control over are:
- Cellular data
- CPU speed * ROOT *
- Bands (2G/3G) * ROOT *
It can change the above features based on the following variables:
- Screen state
- Wi-Fi network connection state
- Lock screen visibility state
- Download speed
- Foreground application
- Tethering state
- Low battery state
- Charging state
The app is feature packed and has some additional features that we did not list, go check out the app and the other features for yourself in the discussion thread. The app is still in beta so please report any issues you are experiencing by posting in the discussion thread, be sure to specify what device you’re using.
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