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Get Up TO 8H of Screen On Time on OnePlus 3 by these Kernel Tweaks

Flagship Killer. A term that made OnePlus the best smartphone manufacturer to make budget friendly flagships that have the ability to beat some of the high-end phones from Samsung and Apple. Well, last year, the OnePlus 3 was launched which featured a new design from the company with no sandstone back. The features of the phone for the price that it had made it one of the best flagship devices of 2016. Then came the OnePlus 3T in December. Well, the company might be proud of its Dash Charging, but users were reporting that the OnePlus 3’s battery drains much faster than it actually should. So, if you are one of those guys experiencing this issue, the developers at XDA have found a solution that requires just a little Kernel Tweak, and you can get up to 8 Hours of Screen on Time which is awesome for sure.


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If you are concerned about your device’s performance after this tweak, well don’t worry because these tweaks don’t have any effect on the performance. Also, if you think you are having issues with tweaks, then reverting is super easy. Also, if you have the OnePlus 3T instead of 3, then the tweaks will work too. Your device needs to be rooted for sure. After rooting the device, you’ll need to download a profile for the Interactive Governor, which will automatically apply the tweaks to your Snapdragon 820 chipset.


It is great if we get this much amount of screen on time for a smartphone with the high-end processor and 3,000-mAh battery. The video above shows how to do it properly so that you don’t get any issues while tweaking. The developer on XDA says:

What I’m talking about is 7-14 hour screen on, actual hands-on usage times! Without compromising anything, you can get 7-8 hour screen on usage with regular, no-compromise usage habits: daytime visible screen brightness, both radios on, sync on, network location on, all the regular usage features, the whole kit, and kaboodle… all smooth and snappy! (Up to 14+ hours if you can stand minimum brightness and WiFi-only with a custom ROM and other stuff turned off!


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