HTC Droid Eris
First off, make sure that you only enable wireless modes that you're using at any given time. The easiest way of doing this is to add widgets for each of the wireless settings that you'll use, thus allowing you to easily enable/disable them with a single press.
For example, you should only enable Bluetooth if you're using a Bluetooth device. Only enable GPS if you're using location-aware apps and services. Only enable Wi-Fi if you're near a usable Wi-Fi hotspot.
Secondly, use a task manager. I recommend Advanced Task Killer. Just use it to kill off any app that y...
Now, there are some apps that I truly consider to be pointless. For instance, uninstaller apps aren't necessary, because you can access every one of your installed apps from Android Market, making a dedicated app for uninstalling apps a pretty worthless download.
i was told not to use the task managers.
i removed the one i was using.
The other day i turned of my mobile internet while i was home and used wifi
[since we have it]
and my battery lasted maybe 6 hrs+
rather than the 4 hrs i was getting b4.
it automatically sends me to the mobile version of sites on the browser so i would have to manually go to the full site.
my vibrate works now
the battery dies quicker though.