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If something like this has already been made let me know . Make an app that when your phone gives the 20% battery warning it automatically lowers the backlight, turns
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    Lightbulb App to lower backlight, turn off 3g, etc. when battery lvl gets low
    If something like this has already been made let me know.

    Make an app that when your phone gives the 20% battery warning it automatically lowers the backlight, turns off 3g, etc to conserve battery power. Just an idea...

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    Not sure if there is an app like that but you can use SBSettings to easily do it manually.
    I always feel sorry for the guy in the iPhone commercials. He always gets a call right in the middle of trying to do something

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    I'll give that a try, but an app that does it automatically would still be pretty nifty.

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    I was thinking about this the other day as well, either have it done automatically or add a separate "Battery Saver" toggle in SB settings.

    In addition to what you mentioned, it could also reduce the backlight timer, turn off location services, and turn off push and fetch email checking.

    ... I guess most of that stuff is pretty easy to do in SBSettings though...

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