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Hey all,

Since unrooting my phone the battery seems to go down a lot faster, now I didn't clear anything off the phone once I added the new firmware so that maybe the issue.

When I look at the battery meter it's saying most of it's being used by android services, can anyone help me sort this?

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Hi,

Try recalibrating your battery . To do it, just let it fully discharge, then charge it completely while turned off (battery icon will pop up). After it you'll let it discharge completely again and do the same. I don't know if it's really the method, but always worked for me .

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Before unrooting did you use stock rom too?

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Yes used stock firmware to unroot everything and went okay but now my battery doesnt last long and wondered what I can potentially try to sort the issue out. I have tried letting the battery drain as above.

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Hi,

Try recalibrating your battery . To do it, just let it fully discharge, then charge it completely while turned off (battery icon will pop up). After it you'll let it discharge completely again and do the same. I don't know if it's really the method, but always worked for me .

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It's not.

Charge to 100%, pull battery, charge again to 100% while off. Battery calibrated. Fully discharging only damages your battery.
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Samsung Galaxy S 4 I9505 | WanamLite v3.0

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HTC Touch Pro2 | ROM: Valkyrie 6.5.23115TR2.5
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Yes I have done this also.

I have now done a factory rest and wiped everything clean so I will report back with my findings. Fingers crossed.

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Problem fixed after the factory reset

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