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It might marginally increase your battery life, since if the network selection is set to Auto, it will periodically poll the networks to see if LTE is available. Since it won't find it anyway, why not disable it and restrict it to your available networks?


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This is because option "scanning always available" is turned on in WiFi Advanced Settings. Turn it off may solve this issue. (Click on image for larger preview)


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One more solution to your problem is to use an application like JuiceDefender. The answer to your questions also remains, Yes it is normal for the WiFi to be always on and as others mentioned you can either turn it off manually or let an app/OS do it for you. Some ROMs manage it well in built but still require the data to be turned off, otherwise there is ...


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The Wi-Fi device inside your phone (that includes the radio transceiver as well as the hardware that decodes the signals and tells the main CPU of the phone) has several different power states. Even when the Wi-Fi is on, after it's idle for several seconds, the Wi-Fi device goes into a low-power state. In this state, it's still connected, and can still ...


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Actually, wifi can be turned on or off manually, but you can set how the wifi will behave when the display is turned off - be it allways on, or turn off when screen is turned off and leave only 2G/3G/4G on. This settings can be found under the Advanced setting in menu on wifi settings page. Downside is that you are using your carriers data connection during ...


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Wi-Fi is usually turned ON or OFF manually. If it's turned on, and it's not in use or phone is considered sleeping, it's still running. You might want to check with the CyanogenMod forums if there is any Wi-Fi issue for that version.


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It is not because of cracked screen. It's because something has broke inside, I believe that's causing the battery to lose efficiency. Get it checked at the service center, it may cost you much for the screen, as much as half the price of the phone sometimes, so you may want to consider buying another, over repairing. Your preference.


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It could be that the visible crack isn't the only damage to your phone. If a connector is shorting in the screen or another component, that could be draining the battery (as well as generating heat). A short could also cause sparking around the damaged component, which will cause further damage over time. You should get your phone repaired. If you tell the ...


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According to this site, your Micromax A89 Ninja phone has a removable back plate with a replaceable battery. It should be possible to replace the original 1400 mAh battery with a higher capacity one. However such battery will definitely be thicker in size, so you would most likely need to buy a different back plate to accommodate for the added thickness ...


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You can try the following: 1.Try Calibrating your battery ( few says it is necessary to calibrate your phone after rom installation) Charge phone to 100% Boot in to recovery Wipe battery stats Reboot and drain the battery completely ( by playing or media or normal usage) After complete drain recharge the phone again to 100% 2.Try freezing or renaming or ...


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There may be apps in the background that run which drains the battery life. To be certain of which app: Go to Settings > Battery > Battery Graph The battery graph will give detailed analysis which app used how much battery. If there is any app that you don't recall using a lot but is one of the top battery consumers I'd recommend you to ...



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