I got a Nexus 4. It's remained unplugged for over eight hours now and still has full battery. I'm definitely not worried about battery life on Android anymore.
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- Pretty much at this point. I've learned how to use fastboot, flashed stock back on, then a ROM, then stock again, resized a partition, rooted several times, made my own icons and ringtones...it's been stressful cramming all this learning into two days but I feel pretty ready for Android now. :)Feb 8, 2013
- Awesome! I'd say that puts you way ahead of some of the pundits we see on a regular basis. ;)Feb 8, 2013
- I don't know, I still have a lot to learn about before I really know what's up. But I'm trying all sorts of stuff and it's been fun discovering all the things Android can do. Many of the popular apps are really feature rich rather than simple and well-designed, so I've spent a lot of time digging around in the Play store for stuff that fits me. At first I didn't think I was going to find options, but it just took a lot of searching. :)Feb 8, 2013
- I was already on AT&T so I'm still on AT&T.Feb 8, 2013
- that is both a very severe problem and also tells me approximately 0% of what the problem is. show me the better battery stats partial wakelocks and the battery use list or i'll have no clue what is causing that. if there really is no change after a complete factory image flash, then your battery is faulty, but that's highly unlikely.Feb 8, 2013
- I've got a nexus 4 and I've been really impressed as well. I got pretty good battery life on my Galaxy Nexus before it, but nothing like what I get with the 4.Feb 9, 2013
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