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    How do you improve performance speed/battery life?
    I have nothing installed...yet to make my Pre better.

    Any suggestions?
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    There's a bunch of tips in the WebOs Getting Started Guide on here... I'm on the mobile site right now, but when I get back to a computer I'll post a link if nobody else has.
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    As DrHeathenScum mentioned, there are a few threads that are helpful showing a lot of Tips and Tricks for anything from better battery life, to speeding up your device.

    You can find most of these in the Palm Pre Tips, Information, and Resources forum. A great one to start off with is this:

    http://forums.precentral.net/palm-pr...ps-tricks.html

    Lots of good stuff to see!
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    Quote Originally Posted by HelloNNNewman View Post
    As DrHeathenScum mentioned, there are a few threads that are helpful showing a lot of Tips and Tricks for anything from better battery life, to speeding up your device.

    You can find most of these in the Palm Pre Tips, Information, and Resources forum. A great one to start off with is this:

    http://forums.precentral.net/palm-pr...ps-tricks.html

    Lots of good stuff to see!
    When I turn on airplane mode, does the alarm still work?
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    For battery life tips, check out this thread: http://forums.precentral.net/palm-pr...life-tips.html

    For speed and performance, you can check out the UberKernel with Govnah.
    "Patience, use the force, think." Obi-Wan


    Ready to try Preware? Get this first: Preware Homebrew Documentation
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    Quote Originally Posted by jnguyen2734 View Post
    When I turn on airplane mode, does the alarm still work?
    Yup it will Airplane mode simply turns off your phone's cellular radio and doesn't effect anything else.

    @vza33 - thanks for adding that!
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    Don't forget JStop
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    Quote Originally Posted by vza33 View Post
    For battery life tips, check out this thread: http://forums.precentral.net/palm-pr...life-tips.html
    Every single one of these tips help maximize your Pre's battery life.
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    I want a Pre Plus but am restricted to the Sprint Pre. Should I get this or the Evo? Gahhhh decisions! The Pre homebrew community looks awesome though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blitzpwnage View Post
    I want a Pre Plus but am restricted to the Sprint Pre. Should I get this or the Evo? Gahhhh decisions! The Pre homebrew community looks awesome though.
    Nice first post.
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    I'm on a sprint pre that i've had since march, i'm diggin the uberkernal/govnah for speed, really makes all the difference in the world! Also getting preware is a good start lots of good patches in there to give you what your phone is missing
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    Quote Originally Posted by vza33 View Post
    For speed and performance, you can check out the UberKernel with Govnah.

    Can anyone give a forum llink to the spicific install steps for using UberKernal with Govnah? I have see alot of posts on this and I am a bit apprehensive of doing this to my phone for fear of messing my phone up.

    Is the Uberkernal/Govnah safe and is it easy for a newbie to do?
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    Quote Originally Posted by marybee View Post
    Can anyone give a forum llink to the spicific install steps for using UberKernal with Govnah? I have see alot of posts on this and I am a bit apprehensive of doing this to my phone for fear of messing my phone up.

    Is the Uberkernal/Govnah safe and is it easy for a newbie to do?
    There is a decided risk involved in overclocking your phone. That being said, the webOS internals group has made the process and applcation as safe as possible. Using Preware, theUberKernel is easy to install and is OTA update safe. If you have an AT&T Pre Plus, the benefits might not be as rewarding as with earlier versions of the Pre's, in which case I would suggest doing a little research and taking your time with this endevor. You can find out more here: http://forums.precentral.net/webos-i...er-kernel.html
    "Patience, use the force, think." Obi-Wan


    Ready to try Preware? Get this first: Preware Homebrew Documentation
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    Quote Originally Posted by vza33 View Post
    There is a decided risk involved in overclocking your phone. That being said, the webOS internals group has made the process and applcation as safe as possible. Using Preware, theUberKernel is easy to install and is OTA update safe. If you have an AT&T Pre Plus, the benefits might not be as rewarding as with earlier versions of the Pre's, in which case I would suggest doing a little research and taking your time with this endevor. You can find out more here: http://forums.precentral.net/webos-i...er-kernel.html
    To the OP, this is good advice.

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