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    Great app for Android OS, G1 - PowerManager

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    http://nettogo.net/powermanager/

    This application provides your phone power management capabilities similar to what is currently available on laptops.

    It maintains battery statistics and allows you to quickly view and change the settings of your phone depending on power states (e.g. turn off the GPS when the battery level drops below 30%, lower the brightness of the screen when on battery power, raise the brightness of the screen if on A/C power, etc.)

    You can change individual settings (e.g. Wifi) by clicking on the buttons on the panel or you can change them as a group by using a profile.

    Profiles define what settings should be modified and can also contain triggers that indicate if they should be applied automatically (e.g. when on A/C power, when on battery power, when the battery drops below a certain level).

    NOTE: THE MONITOR ACTIVE BUTTON MUST BE ENABLED IN THE STATUS PANEL FOR PROFILES TO BE APPLIED AUTOMATICALLY.

    This application also gathers statistics as the device changes power states. These statistics and can be written to a CSV file on the SDCARD (in the power_manger sub-directory) and can then be loaded into a spreadsheet application (e.g. Excel) to perform analysis (e.g. determine if your battery does not last as long it used to, or if an application is affecting your battery life).



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    11/18/2008 – Version 1.0 released

    Here is a link to the android executable (.APK file) DOWNLOAD

    For comments, questions or bug reports send email to: b3amedina@gmail.com

    PS. This is not written by me, I just thought it was a great app.
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    So you'll get from 5 hrs on a full charge to 7 maybe 8? Cool!

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    Wait a minute, that's not an G1 in the pic! What's up with that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by phatmanxxl View Post
    Wait a minute, that's not an G1 in the pic! What's up with that?
    That's the pic of the G1 emulator.

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    Ok I know some people that have the G1's, I'll let them know about it. I'm sure they'll want to try this out.

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    This seems like a good app, I installed it and it seems to be helping.

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