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Old 19-12-2014, 12:29 PM
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Phranque, one of the soundest people on the PRoC.

When it comes to tech like.

His National Socialist leanings aren't to everybody's taste.
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Old 19-12-2014, 02:26 PM
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Phranque, one of the soundest people on the PRoC.

When it comes to tech like.

His National Socialist leanings aren't to everybody's taste.
What can I say, racial purity goes hand in hand with optimising mobile phone battery consumption
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Old 20-12-2014, 01:13 PM
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What can I say, racial purity goes hand in hand with optimising mobile phone battery consumption
Good answer
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Old 20-12-2014, 09:15 PM
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I read these on an Android forum
I am not sure why it is happening, but I recommend 2 things that may or may not help, but certainly won't hurt.
Download from the Google Playstore an App called Airpush Detector. It will let you know if you have downloaded any apps that push ads to your phone, what they are, and give you the option to delete them, as those could definitely cause the screen to light up when ads are pushed to your phone. The other thing I recommend is going into your display settings to reset all of your screen settings to the way you want them.



TO STOP YOUR ANDROID PHONE FROM LIGHTING UP WITHOUT REASON, YOU NEED TO REMOVE THE FILE smdl2tmp1.asec ON YOUR ANDROID_SECURE FOLDER.

TO DO THIS, YOU NEED TO CONNECT YOUR PHONE TO YOUR PC AND DELETE THE FILE MANUALLY SINCE IT IS HIDDEN IN YOUR PHONE'S FILE MANAGER.


Another guy recommended turning off your Sync
Sorry Frank but you must give the old man credit for this one
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Old 20-12-2014, 09:55 PM
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Sorry Frank but you must give the old man credit for this one
Yeah, it's a good bit of advice but twas the app from the sounds of it
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Old 28-03-2016, 07:43 PM
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Have a HTC 2200. Worst battery life ever. Nearly get rid it's so bad. Avoid these yokes.
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