ONA Issues: Saving mobile battery life for Sandy coverage/life

onaissues:

If electricity dies during your Sandy coverage, you don’t want your smartphone to do the same. Here’s a round-up of links on how to save the battery to your mobile (for all the tweeting, Instagramming and source phone calls to come).

  • Android: Step by step ways to save power (with pictures)…

29 October 2012 ·

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    ^^^^ this. I never had to charge the Pearl as much as I do now for the Curve
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    Lmfao! #Throwback
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    Stay safe everyone, and make sure you can liveblog it for as long as possible.
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    good to know:
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    Storm prep for Millennials…
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    for my NY friends
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    How long will your phone’s battery last when the power goes out? I just changed my settings! Here’s how to extend it...
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