Hi, I recently RMAd my nexus 5 for a sudden death which required a new PCB. I've had it replaced about 2 weeks ago and last night a similar thing happened. I had about 40% battery and it instantly turned off so I feared the problem recurred, however this time I am able to charge it up again and it seems to be working... Is there a fix for this? Could it be a possible miscalibration of the battery since the RMA, or should I sent it back again? See the screen shot for the battery stats. I am running stock 4.4.4 and am not rooted.
You can try to fully charge it, then delete /data/system/batterstats.bin and reboot.
This is not the problem you posted about, but your phone isn't sleeping very well. Will take a look at a BBS log if you post one. Also, not too sure what's going on with your signal...
If your signal is very poor and you're on data....then battery can drop like a rock. And faster the more apps you have that are trying to sync over data.
Just so you know.
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Also, sometimes things get stuck and suck your battery dry if not caught. Usually a reboot will fix it. If it only happens a couple times....that's what's happening.
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