Greatly Improve Your Devices Battery Life By Removing Wake-Lock Apps

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  • 30 Mar 2013
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  • It is not just the manufacturers that need worry about improving their device’s battery life. In the end it is very much the users choice of apps he installs and any modifications that are brought to the system. Thus we are all prone to few unpleasant surprises.

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    It is no secret that not all developers manage to get things right from the very first try or even after a few. Likewise it is becoming increasingly hard for developers to launch apps that are compatible with all the different hardware configurations. Fortunately with so many apps on the Store there are a great deal of alternatives for about any solution. The important thing is to discover which is working in normal parameters and worth installing. Even more so with the potential of buying an app only to later realise it’s not working right and having missed the refund window.

    So what is a wake lock? A Wake lock is an event that keep the device from going to sleep and conserving battery life and can be mostly caused by apps running different processes in the background when they’re not supposed to. What can you do about it is to install Wake lock detector from developer UzumApps and start working from there. The app is able to find apps that are probable to keep the CPU or any other hardware resource, such as the screen or the touch sensor. Once found you have to decide if it is worth keeping or find a better alternative. Wake lock detector is offered completely free on the Store.

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