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[Q] battery callibration..myth or necessity

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Exclamation [Q] battery callibration..myth or necessity

hi all

i flashed neatrom kk and then cm11 recently
but my poor 3 years old battery giving nonsense replies
it drop down from %80 to % 12-14 sunddenly after a reboot or crash
so is this because of my battery condition? or because of flashing roms?

and can callibration makes a differ? or is it just a myth?

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3 yrs old battery is the root of this problem. Flashing roms may affect your battery life but it happens only when you do it too much.
From my personal experience I can say that battery calibration is more a myth than necessity.
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Im having the same issue. The best option is to buy a new one i presume
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Correct. And calibration is an absolute myth. It's impossible to (re)calibrate these batteries.
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There's a "Reset Fuel Gauge Chip" option in Dorimanx kernel and it stabilized my phones battery. It used to show 30% after a restart just right after i unplugged it from the power source
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